Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Sue Hardacre - 28th March 2014 6:00am
There are some people who are naturally sporty and there are some for whom the thought of activity inspires only dread. Indeed the whole idea fails to move them at all! Yet we know that keeping fit is not only good for our health but enables us to do those other things in life that give us pleasure.
The Community Centre is home to a number of fitness opportunities and is delighted to be able to offer yet another. Starting on WEDNESDAY APRIL 2nd there will be two 'Keep Fit Happy Hours' designed to stretch and tone bodies of all ages. The emphasis is on a safe routine that will help people of modest fitness levels improve. The first will be from Noon until 1.00pm and will suit anyone able to stand and move freely for an hour while the second, from 1.15pm to 2.15pm, will suit anyone who may need to sit for all or part of the session. The sessions will cost a modest £4.00.
The sessions will be run by Sarah Sutton Smith and are intended to be relaxing, enjoyable and, above all, fun. They will be some music, but it unlikely that a loud and insistent techno beat will part of the deal. They are not intended for just the more mature, but for anyone who has lost the exercise habit and is determined to start getting back into shape. Sarah is hoping that members of Slimming World, who will finish a meeting just before the first session, will be tempted to come along.
After all, the summer is on its way and bodies will have to come out of hiding sometime!
There is no need to book, but if you want to find out more do call Sarah on 07872 053 617
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