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Founded in 1976 EXTEND was one of the first organisations to deliver exercise training for those who work with the older person. Delivering an exercise for the over 60's is not as simple as slowing down a mainstream exercise class, the teacher has to accommodate arthritic joints, bad knees and hips as well as heart conditions, stroke, as well as conditions such as MS and Parkinson's.
Tracy qualified with EXTEND Exercise in 1999. She has 2 community classes and has taught in residential homes and wardened accommodation.
Exercise for the older person need not be slow or prescriptive and Tracy's class is best described as a keep fit class for those who 'do not want to jump up and down' or can not longer get down on the floor; in fact the class is far from 'slow'.
The term 'gentle exercise' can be misleading, the class will challenge your co-ordination and balance. Working to a variety of music and tempos Tracy's EXTEND classes are suitable for those who are more active but looking for an exercise class that will accommodate their aches and pains.
Getting out of the house and making new friends is just as important as the exercise and Tracy's class is the place to go for both!
For a class that:
.......is fun, enjoyable and social!
If you want to try a class for free or if you want more information then text
FREECLASS followed by your name
to 07949 055958.
If you prefer to call then do not worry if the call is missed and Tracy will call you back.
You can email Tracy on
Monday afternoons, 1.30-2.30
The Bourne, Southgate, London, N14 6RS
Tuesday mornings, 10-11 Highlands Village Hall,
5 Florey Square, Winchmore Hill, London N21 1UJ