Monday

Ball Pilates

  • 09:30-10:15
  • Studio 2
  • Improve posture, balance and core strength in this 45 minute class on the ball. Learn how to use your breath effectively during the exercise. Participants should be able to move easily from a lying position to standing. Warm clothing is recommended as the session concentrates on slow pilates techniques and moves.

Active Living Circuit

  • 10:30-11:30
  • Studio 1
  • An entry level class. For individuals who are referred into the programme (e.g. cardiac rehab, diabetes clinic, GP) and beginners looking to increase their physical activity. The circuit includes exercises for heart and lungs, muscular strength endurance and balance. Structured to allow participants to work at their own pace. The class is of low-moderate intensity and is social, fun and effective workout.

Tai Chi

  • 10:30-11:30
  • Studio 2
  • This session will offer participants the techniques of Tai Chi. This class is taught as a series of slow, low-impact movements which integrate the breath, mind and activity to promote a greater sense of well-being and awareness.This class is done in standing and soft shoes, yoga socks or bare feet are advised.

Aerobics

  • 9:15-10:05
  • Studio 1
  • A 45 minute moderate intensity exercise to music class will give participants a cardiovascular workout and may improve co-ordination and balance. This low-impact choreographed session is for anyone who lce.s to dance.

Tuesday

Active Bike

  • 09:30-10:00
  • Studio 3
  • A 30 minute session on the static exercise bikes. This cardiovascular class is of moderate intensity level with a focus on cycling fitness and is an ideal non-weight bearing mode of exercise.

Aquanastics

  • 10:10-11:00
  • Pool
  • A fun and effective way to exercise the heart, lungs and muscular system. The buoyancy of the water is especially beneficial for individuals with limited mobility and joint conditions. A poolside chair provides assistance into the water. A number of floatation aids are used in this dynamic water workout. Non-swimmers are welcome.

Active Living Sleek

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Studio 1
  • A strength class aimed at maintaining and developing functional strength and endurance. The 45 minute session will focus on improving balance, posture and good technique through the use of resistance equipment. Participants should be able to move from a lying position to standing.

Relax-in-Chair Yoga

  • 10:30-11:30
  • Studio 2
  • A chair-based session focussing on gentle, adapted yoga stretches, which also includes balance exercises and relaxation. Suitable for individuals with limited mobility and for those trying yoga for the fist time.

Aquanastics

  • 11:10-12:00
  • Pool
  • A fun and effective way to exercise the heart, lungs and muscular system. The buoyancy of the water is especially beneficial for individuals with limited mobility and joint conditions. A poolside chair provides assistance into the water. A number of floatation aids are used in this dynamic water workout. Non-swimmers are welcome.

Active Living Circuit

  • 15:00-16:00
  • Studio 1
  • An entry level class. For individuals who are referred into the programme (e.g. cardiac rehab, diabetes clinic, GP) and beginners looking to increase their physical activity. The circuit includes exercises for heart and lungs, muscular strength endurance and balance. Structured to allow participants to work at their own pace. The class is of low-moderate intensity and is social, fun and effective workout.

Wednesday

Mat Yoga 2

  • 09:15-10:15
  • Studio 1
  • For participants who are capable of stretching on the floor and who enjoy more challenging poses. This class features longer sequences and levels of progression are encouraged. Standing and balance exercises are also included in the class.

Active Living Circuit

  • 10:30-11:30
  • Studio 1
  • An entry level class. For individuals who are referred into the programme (e.g. cardiac rehab, diabetes clinic, GP) and beginners looking to increase their physical activity. The circuit includes exercises for heart and lungs, muscular strength endurance and balance. Structured to allow participants to work at their own pace. The class is of low-moderate intensity and is social, fun and effective workout.

Aerobics

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Studio 2
  • A 45 minute moderate intensity exercise to music class will give participants a cardiovascular workout and may improve co-ordination and balance. This low-impact choreographed session is for anyone who lce.s to dance.

Aquanastics

  • 9:05-9:55
  • Pool
  • A fun and effective way to exercise the heart, lungs and muscular system. The buoyancy of the water is especially beneficial for individuals with limited mobility and joint conditions. A poolside chair provides assistance into the water. A number of floatation aids are used in this dynamic water workout. Non-swimmers are welcome.

Thursday

Active Living Sleek

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Studio 1
  • A strength class aimed at maintaining and developing functional strength and endurance. The 45 minute session will focus on improving balance, posture and good technique through the use of resistance equipment. Participants should be able to move from a lying position to standing.

Tai Chi

  • 10:45-11:45
  • Studio 2
  • This session will offer participants the techniques of Tai Chi. This class is taught as a series of slow, low-impact movements which integrate the breath, mind and activity to promote a greater sense of well-being and awareness.This class is done in standing and soft shoes, yoga socks or bare feet are advised.

Aquanastics

  • 11:00-11:45
  • Pool
  • A fun and effective way to exercise the heart, lungs and muscular system. The buoyancy of the water is especially beneficial for individuals with limited mobility and joint conditions. A poolside chair provides assistance into the water. A number of floatation aids are used in this dynamic water workout. Non-swimmers are welcome.

Active Living Circuit

  • 9:30-10:00
  • Studio 3
  • An entry level class. For individuals who are referred into the programme (e.g. cardiac rehab, diabetes clinic, GP) and beginners looking to increase their physical activity. The circuit includes exercises for heart and lungs, muscular strength endurance and balance. Structured to allow participants to work at their own pace. The class is of low-moderate intensity and is social, fun and effective workout.

Mat Yoga 2

  • 9:30-10:30
  • Studio 2
  • For participants who are capable of stretching on the floor and who enjoy more challenging poses. This class features longer sequences and levels of progression are encouraged. Standing and balance exercises are also included in the class.

Friday

Active Bike

  • 09:30-10:00
  • Studio 3
  • A 30 minute session on the static exercise bikes. This cardiovascular class is of moderate intensity level with a focus on cycling fitness and is an ideal non-weight bearing mode of exercise.

Chair Yoga

  • 09:30-10:30
  • Studio 2
  • This class offers participants options to progress through a range of adapted yoga stretches and poses on the chair. The session also includes optional standing and floor exercises and is suitable for individuals with limited flexibility. The class concludes with relaxation.

Active Living Circuit

  • 10:30-11:30
  • Studio 1
  • An entry level class. For individuals who are referred into the programme (e.g. cardiac rehab, diabetes clinic, GP) and beginners looking to increase their physical activity. The circuit includes exercises for heart and lungs, muscular strength endurance and balance. Structured to allow participants to work at their own pace. The class is of low-moderate intensity and is social, fun and effective workout.

Mat Yoga 1

  • 10:45-11:45
  • Studio 2
  • An entry level mat based yoga class. For participants who require a gentle, supported sequence of mat exercises. Exercises in lying, sitting and kneeling are included therefore participants should be capable of stretching on the floor. Standing and balance exercises also feature in the class with relaxation to end the session.