Popular vitality classes for over 60s expanding in Bourne

Vitality classes at Wake House, front from left, Diane Connell, Maureen Stevenson, Josie Hill and back, Rosetta Nicholls, Susan Pask, Cathy Hebborn, Sarah Hill (leader), Ann Taylor, Jean Yeomans and Marion Marshall
Vitality classes at Wake House, front from left, Diane Connell, Maureen Stevenson, Josie Hill and back, Rosetta Nicholls, Susan Pask, Cathy Hebborn, Sarah Hill (leader), Ann Taylor, Jean Yeomans and Marion Marshall
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DUE to high demand a vitality group for the over 60s is expanding.

The class, which runs from Wake House in North Street, on Wednesday mornings from 9.30am-10.30am will be an extra addition to an already full session which takes place an hour later.

The classes aim to keep people healthy by keeping them active.

They help to develop increased mobility, balance, posture, breathing and co-ordination.

This is achieved by putting participants through their paces with a range of physiotherapy-based moves to music, using resistance equipment designed to work the joints.

The classes cost £3 each, £2.50 for members and are also open to younger people with a medical condition.