Senior “Keep Fit” class is here!

We are delighted to announce that we are starting a brand new class “Keep Fit.”

If you’re interested to know more, please, keep reading. 


What is “Keep fit?”

Keep Fit are group classes which include low-impact and low – intensity workouts. They are designed to help you increase muscular strength and flexibility needed for everyday activities. It also strengthens your body using techniques that emphasize balance, abdominal strength and muscle control.


Who is it for?

Our classes are for everyone who wants to feel fitter, more flexible and stronger, but they have been specifically designed for people over 60.

Don’t worry if you are a newcomer or advanced, the classes are for everyone. Feel free to bring your husband, partner or friends if you think they could benefit from our classes.


Where can you find us? 

Christ Church Hall,  corner of Copse Hill and Cottenham Park Road, Wimbledon, SW20 0NA


When does it start?

Our first class starts on Thursday, 2nd of November, at 9 am and will continue every Thursday. Also, we have the same class every Monday, at 9 pm.


What is the price?

Everyone’s first class is FREE.

After your first free class, the price will be £120 for 10 classes’ class pass (£12 per class).


How can I pay?

You can pay by cash, cheque or by bank transfer.


What is a “class pass?”

A class pass is a card that should be brought to every training so that we can tick one off every time you attend the class.

Each class pass is valid for 3 months after your first purchased class but that can be extended in case of illness or any other valid reason.


What to bring to our class?

Everyone should bring a bottle of water, a towel and preferably an exercise mat.

You should wear either sports/ exercise clothes or something loose and baggy. Your shoes should have a good grip on the wooden floor.


What if I have a medical condition?

If you have any medical conditions consult with your doctor before you start but this class is specifically designed to suit older adults and people with high blood pressure.

 And last but not least…

 ‘Good to Know’ facts

Official guidelines for Cardiovascular Fitness are:
Frequency: 3 – 5 times per week
Time: 20 – 60 minutes of sustained activity
Official guidelines for Muscular Strength and Endurance are:
Frequency: 2 – 3 times per week
Time: Variable but around 20 minutes
Official guidelines for Flexibility Training are:
Frequency: 5 – 7 times a week
Time: 10 – 30 seconds per stretch
Each of our classes is structured to score 1 for each of the three categories. Other activities that count as cardiovascular exercise are walking, gardening and DIY.
Guidelines may slightly vary for individuals with conditions such as hypertension. You can always refer to me for more specific guidelines or any other health and fitness related questions.