Caversham Older Adults Fitclub (C.O.A.F)
Chair based class at Beechwood Grove.
Plenty of parking is available at this newly built hotel-style centre and a very pleasant bistro is open during the day, should you fancy a cuppa before or after the session.
Number 22 bus stops right outside.
The class will be 30 minutes in length and will consist of mobility, pulse raising, strength and flexibility exercises. It will also challenge your co-ordination and sense of rhythm as we work to the beat of some of your favourite old tunes.
Most of the time you will be seated, but the middle section can be done standing behind your chair if you are able.
Your first class with me will be free of charge and thereafter:
The cost will be £4.00 to residents and £5.00 to non-residents.
If you are interested please call 07900906056 or email email@example.com
I have many years experience of working in this field and am qualified to take on most health conditions associated with older age. Please do not hesitate to call me and talk through any concerns you may have with regard to trying out these sessions.
If you would like something a little more challenging, then please check out www.coaf.co.uk to see where I run 60+ classes elsewhere in Caversham.
Who to contact
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Where to go
- Beechwood Grove
1 Albert Road
- RG4 7AN
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Time / Date Details
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2:30 pm for 30mns
- £4 for Beechwood Grove residents £5 for non-residents
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