Each 90-minute session includes around 45 minutes of gentle exercise, plus time to get to know one another in a friendly, sociable setting.

The programme is currently open only to people 75 and over living in Wales.

Tuesday, 23 February, 11am-12.30pm

Dragons Fitness For All led by Gareth Sullivan

Gareth is part of the community team at rugby club, the Dragons, and has vast experience of developing inclusive exercise sessions. Gareth says:

“The group is suitable for all fitness levels and will help improve strength, balance and joint flexibility.” 

Wednesday, 24 February, 11am-12.30pm

Chair Yoga led by Margaret Hudson

Margaret is an experienced yoga teacher and specialises in teaching safe postures and breathing and relaxation techniques. Margaret says:

“Chair yoga helps keep you flexible, develops stamina and maintains good posture. Conscious breathing techniques help to reduce anxiety and provides moments of quiet and calm.” 

Thursday, 25 February, 11am-12.30pm

Tai-Chi led by Lis Duffy

Lis has taught Tai Chi to hundreds of older people across Carmarthen. She says:

“Tai Chi consists of gentle and fluid movements in sequence. Benefits include improved mood, flexibility, balance and an increase in strength and wellness.” 

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