Current Timetable

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9.30am

Seniors Fitness

Seniors Fitness

Mat Work Pilates

10.30AM

Seniors Fitness ADvanced Class

Seniors Fitness Advanced Class

matwork PILATES / advanced mat work pilates

In this class you will complete exercises that focus on core strength, muscle control, flexibility and breathing promoting balanced body. This is a complete mat work based class.  Advanced Matwork classes may include the use of equipment such as balls, Pilates circles and resistance bands.

Seniors Fitness/ Seniors Fitness advanced

Focusing on strength and balance these classes are designed to help regain and improve muscle mass, bone health, posture, balance and falls prevention improving overall physical health. Classes follow a simple format which involves aerobic style balance moves, specified balance exercises as well as exercises that implement the use of bands, weights and core strengthening.  The Seniors fitness class is a slower paced workout that only incorporates movements in standing and sitting. The Advanced class is designed to be a faster paced class involving floor exercises as well as standing and sitting exercises.

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Opening Hours

COMING SOON

LOCATION

Thomas Holt,
1-25 Acacia Road, Kirrawee

CONTACT ACTIVE AGE

(02) 9525 3000

info@activeage.com.au

NEWS

Posted on November

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Active Age is excited to announce it’s new timetable will be commencing on 4 December 2017.

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Posted on November

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