The Rural Living Well Project
The Rural Living Well Project is an exciting new range of activities and services promoting healthier lifestyles and improved condition management.
Free activities include:
Strength & Balance classes: 12-week exercise classes designed to help improve balance, strength, flexibility, mobility & coordination.
Feel Good with Food: Healthy practical cookery linking to long-term condition management
Speak to Jess for dates and times
Living Well with Long-term Conditions: practical, interactive workshops offering guidance on managing long-term conditions through lifestyle. The programme includes taster sessions such as relaxation, mindfulness and breathing techniques and a chance to chat to others.
Healthy Hearts: a 12-week course offering a blend of cardiac rehab exercise and healthy lifestyle information for those diagnosed with a cardiac condition or have raised blood pressure.
"These sessions have not only given me a reason to get out of the house and exercise, but have given me brilliant company and I have made
some lovely new friends, who I will continue to meet up with in the future"
Access to all activities is free and daytime and twilight sessions will be available, with home visits on request.
The project will be delivered by a range of health professionals and exercise instructors and most importantly will be shaped by the participants.
If you are interested, for yourself or someone you know, please contact Georgie from Healthbox CIC: email@example.com or call 01513550205 or 01244957289
Know of a local venue we could use?
A local group who'd like to be involved?
Or if you're interested in volunteering or becoming a Rural Living Well Champion please let Georgie know!
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