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Change the way you age !

We are excited to offer a FREE TASTER class for Move it or Lose it® , the evidence based exercise class sweeping the UK , designed to improve your muscular strength, posture, mobility and balance. The class will be run by Amanda Bellia from Basingstoke who is a certificed instructor. Check out
Exercise is proven to help and prevent many conditions and illnesses including arthritis, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease(COPD), rheumatism, osteoarthritis, dementia and diabetes.

  • Improve your muscle strength, flexibility, balance, coordination and stamina
  • Get fitter and reduce risk of falls as you age
  • Exercise makes you feel good and lifts your mood

    The sessions run in blocks of 6-10 weeks, but you are welcome to book in for a one-off free taster at any point, and if you like it join the class the following week.

    Places are limited, so reserve yours as soon as possible
    Or call Tracey on 01635-291248

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