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Nouveau helping residents to keep fit

Nouveau helping residents to keep fit

Abbeyvale Care Centre which has 48 residents invited Nouveau Dance & Fitness to introduce chair based exercise, a recognised way of improving health and fitness for less mobile adults. Julie Shield, manager at the centre in Blackhall Colliery said, "The residents really enjoy the class in which they get active and exercise in a very safe and secure environment. The expertise and experience that Nouveau Dance & Fitness have made it a perfect partnership for us and our residents in mind."

Seated exercise can help improve circulation, lubricate joints, develop flexibility and strengthen muscles. Nouveau Instructor Carly, who delivers the sessions at Abbeyvale Care Centre explains, "Maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle is very beneficial to elderly people as it maintains independence and mobility, as well as providing a fun and enjoyable past time."

Please contact us for further information on our services and programmes designed specifically for older adults.

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