Dementia Friendly Seated Exercise - Love To Move
Love To Move is a fun age and dementia friendly seated movement programme to music. Love to Move is the first cognitive enhancement exercise programme of its kind in the UK and based on scientific research. There are demonstrable benefits in the physical, emotional and cognitive aspects of older people especially those living with Dementia. Love To Move is a British Gymnastics programme in partnership with AgeUK Berkshire.
Love To Move sessions in Reading are brought to you by BETTER (GLL) Leisure for free and include a welcome cuppa and social.
When, Where and How?
Tuesday 3rd January 2023, 11:00 - 12:30 and running every Tuesday until 28th March 2023. Coley Park Community Centre, 140 Wensley Road, Coley Park, Reading, RG1 6DW.
Thursday 5th January 2023, 11:00 - 12:30 and running every Thursday thereafter. Meadway Sports Centre, Conwy Close, Reading, RG30 4BZ.
Please email DementiaExercise.Reading@GLL.org to register your interest. Please include a telephone number if you would like a call back rather than an email.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Steph Smith
- Contact Position
- Healthy Communities Manager - Reading
Where to go
- Coley Park Community Centre
140, Wensley Road
- RG1 6DW
Directions to RG1 6DW
Coley Park Community Centre has free parking in the car park, or street parking nearby.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Tuesday 11:00 - 12:30 and/or Thursday 11:00 - 12:30
- Time of day
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Please email DementiaExercise.Reading@GLL.org to register your interest, please include a telephone number if you would like a call back rather than an email.
- Other notes
These sessions are open to older people and those living with Dementia in Reading Borough. We encourage friends, family or carers to also participate in these sessions.
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