I am worried about my balance. I want to stay fit, strong and healthy.
We can help build strength and fitness, enabling clients to maintain an active, independent lifestyle.
Every person’s fitness goals are as unique as the way they like their coffee. Our qualified staff work with each person to create individual health goals. Clients may want to work on being able to walk to the bus stop, preventing falls, improving balance or core strength. Whatever the goal, we have an exercise program to suit.
Age Well Fitness
This exercise class is for those who want to start exercise for the first time, are returning to exercise or who need support after an illness or injury. This is a group class (so expect a fun, social atmosphere!) but each person has their own exercise program, created by their Exercise Physiologist after an initial assessment.
Using water resistance, hydrotherapy is great for recovery and building strength without putting pressure on your joints. Sessions are run by a Physiotherapist at the North Adelaide Aquatic Centre and the Parafield Gardens Swim School.
Strength for Life
This program is run by Helping Hand Exercise Physiologists who develop a personalised program. Designed for anyone over the age of 50, or over 40 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Strength for Life is a gentle strength program that helps to improve balance and walking endurance.
Balance and Strength
Build muscle strength, balance, flexibility and coordination in this group class, monitored by health professionals.
Walking, Balance and Strength
Our Walking, Balance and Strength group is an ideal way to gently maintain or gain strength, flexibility and balance. The exercises are similar to our Balance and Strength class, and also include a 20-30 minute gentle walk. Clients need to be able to walk short distances independently or with a walking aid.
How do I join a class?
Call our friendly staff on 1300 444 663 for more information on costs and how to join.
For more information on which class is right for you, have a look at the table below.