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Girls Get Moving is coming to Sunderland.

Girls Get Moving is coming to Sunderland.

New classes in Sunderland launched this month with the aim to help young women aged between 16 - 35 years improve their physical activity levels and health, boost confidence and raise self-esteem. The project is funded by Coalfields Regeneration Trust's, Coalfields Community Investment Programme that supports organisations and initiatives that address; skills, employment and health.

NHS research shows that physical activity can also boost self-esteem, mood, sleep quality and energy, as well as reducing your risk of stress, depression, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

In addition to providing a range of fun dance and fitness classes, we are working with the Live Life Well team who offer expert advice on other factors that contribute to a healthy lifestyle such as: Stop Smoking, Healthy Eating and Alcohol Awareness.

Gabriella, who is leading the project said “I can’t wait to get the project started, it will be great to meet new people and have some fun with fitness.”

The project will run in Redhouse, Castletown and Southwick. The first class Fitness Fusion is starting at the Community Room at Bunny Hill Primary Care Centre on Monday 24th April 6.00pm – 7.00pm. It will guarantee to raise your heart rate and get you breaking a sweat, So bring a friend and join us!

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