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Active Seniors supports a National Osteoporosis Society event 7 June 2017

Active Seniors instructors Kim and Angela are supporting an event in the local area to raise awareness and support sufferers of the bone condition osteoporosis.

The event is being held at Amblecote Christian Centre, Brettell Lane, Amblecote. During the evening of the 7th June there will be interesting and informative talks from Dr Andrew Whallett- Consultant Rheumatologist at Dudley Group of Hospitals and Katie Hall – Regional Development Manager NOS. Active Seniors will also be speaking on the role of exercise in the management of the bone condition and lots of information will be available during the evening.

Please give Angela or Kim from Active Seniors a ring on 07512 546480 if you would like more details or are interested in attending the event.

Don’t forget Active Seniors now have classes at the Community Centre on Thursday afternoons as well as Tuesdays so if you weren’t able to make a Tuesday class and Thursday suits you better then give us a call. Slightly easier class is at 1-45-2.45pm and a slightly harder one 3.15 - 4.15pm with refreshments after each class. Ring to discuss which class would suit you and to book a free taster session.

We have just a few places available in our Tai Chi for health class (arthritis and falls prevention) on Tuesday afternoon so why not give it a try? This is a modernised and adapted version of the traditional form of tai chi and is therefore more manageable for older adults. It is ideal to strengthen your legs and improve balance and is also very relaxing.

Kim Sproston
07512 546480.
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Last update: Tuesday 30 May 2017

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