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Stay Active and Able At Cross-Cotswold Courses

Under the Active and Able programme, a combination of both Tai Chi and Falls Prevention are held at several of the 4 different venues across the District.

The classes, which are designed for older people, are aimed at reducing the risk of falls, improving balance and can also help people who may be suffering from bone density problems. 

All of the sessions, which are held at a variety of locations including Cirencester, Bourton on the Water, Moreton in Marsh and Stow on the Wold, are hosted by our trained Falls Prevention exercise instructor, Jaki Hood.

Cotswold District Council's Healthy Communities Officer Sarah Clifton-Gould said:
 "Wherever you are, these classes really do help you to keep a healthy body and mind."

If you think an Active and Able course could be for you, please contact Sarah Clifton-Gould at Cotswold District Council on 01285 623450.

Each class costs £4.50 per person, which includes health and fitness assessments.

Posted : 08/06/2016 13:35:02

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