Join our healthy ageing exercise class to stay active and vibrant as you grow older. Our physiotherapy team will guide you through enjoyable workouts tailored to your needs, helping you maintain strength, flexibility, and overall well-being as you embrace the golden years.
It starts with an initial physiotherapy session.click here to book
Physiotherapist supervised exercise class. Resistance training for older adults to combat the negative consequences of physical inactivity associated with ageing. Classes run for 45 mins - capacity of 6 people.
Book an Initial Physiotherapy Assessment Tailored program will be created by your Physiotherapist
When: Tuesday & Thursday 10am
Cost: $35 per session - in 12 week blocks
Can claim with Private Health Insurance
Being part of a healthy ageing program yields multifaceted success.
Participants often witness improved physical strength, flexibility, and balance, allowing them to move with greater ease and reduced risk of injury.
Enhanced cognitive abilities and mental acuity are common achievements, fostering sharper thinking and better memory retention.
Moreover, a sense of increased social connection and emotional well-being is frequently observed, leading to a more fulfilling and vibrant life during the ageing process.
Contact us to learn how we can help you with your training
The RADcentre's Physio lead Healthy Ageing Program designed to help you in your journey.
Fully individualised strength and conditioning program
Tuesday and Thursday Mornings from 10am
$35 per session.
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Enhanced Quality of Life: A healthy ageing program helps maintain physical strength, flexibility, and cognitive abilities, enabling individuals to enjoy an active lifestyle and engage in daily activities with ease and confidence.
Reduced Risk of Chronic Diseases: Engaging in such a program lowers the risk of chronic conditions like heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and certain cancers, promoting better long-term health.
Improved Mental Health: Regular exercise and social interaction within a healthy ageing program contribute to better mental health, reducing stress, anxiety, and depression while enhancing cognitive functions and overall well-being.
Increased Independence: Strengthening muscles and improving balance and coordination through targeted exercises allows older adults to maintain independence and reduce the risk of falls or injuries.
Social Engagement: Participating in a healthy ageing program fosters social connections, combating isolation and loneliness commonly experienced in older age, thereby enhancing one's social life and emotional support network.
Enhanced Mobility and Flexibility: Dedicated exercises and routines tailored to ageing bodies can improve joint flexibility, mobility, and overall range of motion, ensuring individuals remain agile and active.
Better Sleep Patterns: Regular physical activity and a healthy lifestyle positively influence sleep quality, helping individuals achieve restful sleep, which is essential for overall health and vitality.
Longevity and Vitality: A comprehensive healthy ageing program contributes to a longer, more vibrant life by promoting healthy habits, empowering individuals to live actively and enjoy life to the fullest, regardless of age.