Our philosophy is to have a holistic approach to health and wellbeing by combining allied health practitioners working closely with fitness professionals. By specialising and focusing on every stage of life, we can make sure our programs and health services are appropriate, targeted and relevant to your needs, to ensure you remain active at any age.
If you just wish to simply look after your health and wellbeing we have plenty of fun programs to keep you fit and healthy.
Our exercise programs range from individual, tailored programs to small group sessions. The focus can be on either general health and wellbeing or to address any specific areas, help with fitness, weight loss, rehabilitation or recovery from surgery.
Classes at Active Age are kept small – we have a maximum of 10 people in our classes (or 6 in our Clinical Pilates), which enables us to provide a much more tailored and personalised approach and focus on individual technique
Using a therapeutic approach this Wellbeing Centre has been designed to help you. We will work with your GP’s and medical practitioners to manage acute health conditions and chronic and complex diseases such as: CVD, Osteoporosis/Arthritis – Neurodegenerative diseases, obesity, diabetes, chronic lung diseases, cancer and mental health conditions.
Allied Health Services
Active Age aims to support and guide you to health, wellness and happiness. We aim to provide a better understanding of the changing relationship between health and age.
Whilst we specialise in people 50+, we can make sure our programs and health services are appropriate, targeted and relevant to every stage of life, as we believe every age should be an Active Age.
1-25 Acacia Road, Kirrawee
(02) 9525 3000
Active Age is excited to announce it’s new timetable will be commencing on 4 December 2017.
This timetable features a range of classes, and will incorporate Active Kids and Active Teens classes..
Children who exercise are more likely to maintain an active lifestyle as an adult, but what children want to consciously ‘exercise’? It’s hard enough for