Current health initiatives

We currently offer the following health initiatives

Steady and strong

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Steady and Strong classes are aimed at older adults who may be at risk of falling. The sessions are led by qualified Postural Stability Instructors who use evidence based exercises aimed at improving strength, balance, flexibility and the confidence and ability to carry out normal activities of daily living. Information is also provided on how to get up from the floor and coping techniques such as crawling and rolling while on the floor.

Find your nearest Steady and Strong class.

Please contact Mike O'Mahony if you would like further information by emailing mike.o'

New Age Kurling

Promoting opportunities for physical activity, New Age Kurling is an activity for all ages and abilities and can be played competitively or just for fun.

It is based on the winter version of the game curling, which is played on ice, but New Age Kurling can be played on any smooth surface, making it ideal for community halls or school floors. The game allows able bodied and disabled, young and old alike to compete on an even level. The tactical game is played using stones on weighted ball bearings and two teams take it in turns to slide the stones down towards a target.

The kit is easy to transport and set up and includes pushers and ramps to help those with a disability. It's a fun and easy game. We have a Kurling kit available for loan free of charge to community groups.

Further information and contacts

To discuss current health initiatives, please contact:

Mike O'Mahony
Email: mike.o'

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  • 01256 844844
  • Civic Offices
    London Road
    RG21 4AH
  • Opening hours
    Monday to Friday
    8.30am to 4.30pm
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