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*Everyone Health physical activity sessions - COVID 19 / CORONAVIRUS 19 - UPDATE

Staffordshire County Council services

COVID 19-UPDATE

To protect you, your family and our staff, Everyone Health is asking all service users not to attend any face to face appointments. We have been contacting our patients to arrange alternative support. We are transitioning services to be delivered over the phone or virtually and can therefore still offer you support and would still welcome new clients to our free services. If you have any questions or would like to join our service, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0333 005 0095 or via eh.staffs@nhs.net

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Want to get fit? Get round to these circuit classes 

Regular exercise is a fantastic way to lose weight and improve your overall health and wellbeing. And with our weekly group exercise classes it can be great fun too, with lots of people saying they also made new friends.

Why get fit

There are so many health benefits to exercise, from improving your mood to helping avoid life-limiting conditions. Regular exercise can help you manage your weight, which in turn will help reduce your risk of a heart attack, type 2 diabetes and some cancers. It will also help lower your blood cholesterol and blood pressure levels. If you’re at risk of falls or have been in hospital or bed ridden it’s also a great way to get up and moving again (some of the excises are chair based). With stronger bones, muscles and joints, you’ll also lower your risk of developing osteoporosis. The endorphins from exercise will give you more energy, help you sleep better, make you feel happier and more relaxed. 

Get fit today 

If you’re 50 or above and think you could benefit from this service just fill in our short online assessment to see if you are eligible. You can also contact us on 0333 005 0095 or eh.staffs@nhs.net

In addition to the group classes we run, we also can provide the following if you prefer:

North Staffs

  • Jubilee2 leisure centre, Newcastle - free pass for 12 sessions
  • Brough Park leisure centre, Leek - free pass for 12 sessions
  • Biddulph Valley leisure centre, Biddulph - free pass for 12 sessions
  • Tai Chi, Belong, Newcastle, Thurs 1.30pm - 2.30pm - free pass for 12 sessions
  • Yoga4health, Silverdale Library Monday 10am - 12pm - free pass for 12 sessions
  • Brazillian dancing Monday 6pm - 7pm Kings Studios, Newcastle under Lyme free pass for 12 sessions  
  • Seated Samba Thursday11am-12pm Audley Community Centre

Burton

  • Thursday 10am - 10:45am Dance with Victoria Europa House, Wharf Road, Burton Upon Trent DE141PZ
  • Friday 3.30pm – 5pm Circuits Burton Albion Community Hub, Casey Lane Burton Upon Trent DE142JQ
  • Meadowside leisure centre, Burton - free pass for 12 sessions

Stafford/Cannock

  • Monday 11am - 12pm, Rowley Park Sports Stadium, Stafford
  • Monday 2pm - 3pm Salvation Army, Faraday Road
  • Tuesday 1pm - 2pm, Rising Brook Methodist Church, Stafford
  • Tuesday 3pm - 4pm Rugeley Community Centre - chair based exercises
  • Thursday 10.30am - 12.30pm Stafford Rangers Football Club

Tamworth/Lichfield

  • Monday 3.30-4.15pm, Lichfield social club, WS13 6 TS - Dance class
  • Tuesday 5.15pm – 6.15pm St Peters Church & Community Centre, B77 2HH - Circuit session
  • Wednesday 10am - 11am Beacon Park, Lichfield – Walk
  • Thursday 11.30am - 12.30pm CIC hub, Tamworth Castle Grounds – Walk
  • CIC gym in Tamworth Council – free pass for 12 sessions

Who to contact

Contact Name
Everyone Health
Telephone
03330 050095
E-mail
eh.staffs@nhs.net
Website
Everyone Health Staffordshire Website
Twitter
@EHStaffordshire
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

You can self refer yourself into our free service.

Other notes

Please be advised clinics may be subject to change.  Contact us to book your place at your preferred venue, where we will confirm days and times with you. 

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