Chair-based Exercise and Tai Chi - Formby
The Harington Centre,
Second and fourth Thursday of each month from 1pm to 3pm
Ian Wright 0800 040 7318
Research has proven the general benefits of exercise. Regular movement improves your cardiovascular health, strengthens your muscles and bones and raises your mood. Exercise can reduce the risk of major illnesses and help you to maintain a healthy weight.
If you are affected by MS, the right exercise can make a difference to managing your everyday activities. It can keep your body at its best by maximising mobility, posture and balance. It can reduce pain and fatigue, improve your confidence and reduce depression.
Tai Chi is a gentle martial art that combines deep breathing and relaxation techniques with slow, graceful movements.
Practising Tai Chi could help your balance and flexibility, lower your blood pressure and improve your cardiovascular health. It could also help with pain, stress and anxiety.
|Date and time:||Second and fourth Thursday of each month from 1pm to 3pm|
|Frequency:||Every 2 weeks|
|Group:||Sefton Area Group|
|Contact details:||Ian Wright 0800 040 7318|
|Accessibility:||Accessible internal environment, Accessible toilet, Level access, Parking facilities for disabled people, Ramped access|
|Who should attend:||People with MS|