RHL Phase IV Cardiac Rehab Classes

About

Phase IV Cardiac Rehabilitation classes are for people who are either recovering from heart problems or heart surgery. RHL offer safe and effective exercise under the guidance of a qualified BACR exercise professional (British Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation) to help with your long term maintenance of physical activity or lifestyle change. You can join at any time as our classes run throughout the year, but a medical referral is always required.

Following completion of the NHS Phase III Cardiac Rehabilitation programme, you can be referred to continue into our Phase IV programme. This is a weekly, circuit-style class that is not held in a gym, and which you can continue to attend for as long as you wish.

Phase IV Cardiac Rechab Classes take place at the following times on a weekly basis:

Monday 09.30 – 10.20 Hawley Leisure Centre
Monday 10.30 – 11.20 Hawley Leisure Centre
Tuesday 16.40- 17.30 Church Crookham Community Centre
Wednesday 10.10 – 11.00 Masonic Centre Farnborough
Friday 09.30 – 10.20 Hawley Leisure Centre
Friday 10.30 – 11.20 Hawley Leisure Centre

About Rushmoor Healthy Living

Rushmoor Healthy Living (RHL) primarily targets those with or at risk of serious health conditions, disadvantaged and vulnerable older adults, the Nepali community (with a focus on the older population) and Gurkha veterans. Last year they achieved over 23,000 attendances across over 25 different projects and classes.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
See web-site. Monthly charges vary.

Find out more

Rushmoor Healthy Living

Telephone
01252 957430 (9.00-12.00)

Email
classes@rhl.org.uk

Website
https://www.rhl.org.uk/cardiac_rehabilitation.php

Location

Farnborough Masonic Centre
37 Alexandra Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 6BS

Hawley Leisure Centre
Hawley Green
Blackwater
Hampshire GU17 9BW

Church Crookham Community Centre
Boyce Road
Fleet
Hampshire GU52 8AQ

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