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Steady And Strong Exercise Classes

Steady and Strong
Community Balance Classes

Having a fall can have a serious impact on anyone’s life - but for older people the consequences are even greater, including a loss of independence, mobility and confidence as well as the time it takes to recover. By preventing falls, older people’s chances of staying independent at home are significantly increased and they can continue to live an active lifestyle. Exercise is one of the most important factors in preventing a fall.

 Steady and Strong exercise classes are all taught by qualified postural stability instructors, who have been specifically trained to reduce falls in older people. The classes also link in with the NHS led fall prevention classes and provide a follow on for people completing their rehabilitation.

Classes are suitable for older people who are unsteady and will help them to carry on their normal daily routines and improve their balance.

If you are interested in joining a class, please contact the Instructor before attending

Location

Venue

Day and time

Instructor/contact

Hedge End

2000 Centre
Starting 21st January 2014

Tue 10.00am

Wendy Sheaf/
Alison Solomon
023 80684813

Bursledon

Pilands Wood
Community Centre

Thu 10:00am

Wendy Sheaf/
Alison Solomon
023 80684813

Eastleigh

The Pavilion

Mon 10.00am

Mandy Moore/Jacqui Hewitt
01962 713444
or 023 8036 0625

Chandlers Ford

The Hilt, Hiltingbury Road

Mon 11.30am

Mandy Moore/Jacqui Hewitt
01962 713444
or 023 8036 0625

 

The Velmore Centre

Wed 10.00am

Wendy Sheaf/Alison Solomon
023 80684813

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