Crewe Town Council and Local Leisure Charity Announce New Timetable For Free Health and Wellbeing Classes
Registered Charity, Everybody Health and Leisure are excited to announce the next round of their “Pop Up in the Parks” project, in partnership with Crewe Town Council, which has funded the project.
Everybody’s experienced coaches will be delivering a range of health and wellbeing activities, free of charge, in parks around Crewe including Cumberland play park, Leighton Brook and Queen Street park.
Helping to tackle social isolation, improve physical and mental wellbeing, the new timetabled classes launching include:
Open to all adults of all ages, Everybody have specialist instructors leading these walks to help local residents get out safely, increase activity levels and socialise in a safe environment, whilst exploring the local area.
Family Dance Fit
Dance Fit is open to all families with children of all ages. The routines incorporate interval training, alternating fast and slow rhythms, to help improve cardiovascular fitness.
Open to all! Families with children of all ages are welcome to this inclusive session where Everybody’s trained instructors will use a mix of bodyweight exercises and challenges to get everyone in the family active.
A series of different bodyweight exercises designed to raise the heart rate and build strength, fun for all ages
Prepare to be active, Everybody will provide a range of multi-sport activities, from kwik cricket, rounders, dodgeball and tennis! Open to all and great fun for all of the family.
Morning rise Yoga
A beautiful sequence of moves and breath, combining strength, flexibility and taking the body through a range of movements. Based on Ashtanga, Hatha and Iyengar formats.
Cllr Dennis Straine-Francis, Mayor of Crewe, commented:
“This is a fantastic free initiative for Crewe residents, which will have a direct impact on physical wellbeing and help to address social isolation in our local community in a fun and active way. It is great to see Crewe Town Council leading on projects like these which use our local parks for everyone’s benefit.”
Kerry Shea, Director of Health & Communities and Deputy CEO at Everybody Health and Leisure shares:
“As a registered Health and Leisure Charity, improving the health and wellbeing in our local communities is our main aim, so we are delighted to be working in partnership with Crewe Town Council to deliver these accessible classes in local parks for Crewe residents. We have a range of new classes on offer, which is the perfect way to get out in the open air and have fun whilst exercising with a like-minded community.”
For more information about these classes in the community please visit: www.everybody.org.uk/pop-up-in-the-parks/
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Notes to Editor
Everybody Health and Leisure are a registered charity which aims to provide ‘leisure for life’ by improving the health and wellbeing of local communities. The charity operates 16 leisure facilities including 9 swimming pools and 7 Taste for Life cafes across the Cheshire East region, and delivers a range of targeted health, sports and disability and inclusion programmes. For more information please visit: www.everybody.org.uk or follow on Twitter @ebleisure.
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