ACTIVE AGEING CLASSES 

TACKLING ISOLATION, LONELINESS AND INACTIVTY

Together during lockdown

Supporting social isolation, loneliness and dementia awareness with FREE CLASSES.

It is more important than ever to get regular exercise during this time and keep our brains active.
These sessions are intended to offer alternative and slightly gentler forms of exercise for people.

The classes are free of charge and are live-streamed via Zoom.

Never has it been so important to be active to help both your physical & mental wellbeing, especially at this time.

Therefore, we are offering you the opportunity to join in one or more of these easy to access group, from the comfort of your own home.

EXERCISE CLASSES

Monday 15:00-15:30
Strength and balance class

Tuesday 15:00-15:30
Chair based exercise class

Wednesday15:00-15:30
Chair based exercise classes

Thursday 15:00-15:30
Strength and Balance class

VIRTUAL TOGETHER FRIENDSHIP GROUPS 

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 14:00-14:45

We welcome those living with dementia, their friends, families and carers to our virtual friendship groups.
Enjoy a chat and a cup of tea together, take part in a quiz and if you have the time, why not take part in some chair-based activity with us at 15:00.

For further information and details on how to access the classes or join the groups, please email jill.mason@acleisure.com

Please note:
When restrictions allow us to reopen our centres, the Friendship Groups are likely to take place in the centres on the following days.

Together Tuesday at Hadleigh Pool and Leisure
Together Wednesday at Haverhill Leisure Centre
Together Thursday will remain virtual

Jill

Ros (customer)

“I’ve really benefited from attending the virtual chair-based exercise sessions.

My husband and I have been shielding throughout, so attending the sessions weekly has allowed us both to stay active and connected to other people.

I would really recommend the classes to anyone wanting to stay active and be part of a community”

Lady doing chair based exercise

SEE JILL’S IMAGE GALLERY doing armchair exercise