Have you ever thought about participating in a warm water exercise class?
Did you know that warm water exercise classes are ideal for people with arthritis and related conditions?
Arthritis NSW is offering a number of warm water exercises classes throughout NSW giving you the opportunity to exercise, with guidance from a trained instructor, in a friendly and social environment.
The next term will be starting in April 2013 and there are places still available.
Why should you get involved in warm water exercise?
- To keep you moving
- To improve your coordination and endurance
- To ease stiff joints and relax sore muscles
- To help you feel better
The soothing warmth and buoyancy of warm water makes it a safe and gentle exercise.
To register your interest, click on the form below or to book your place, call 1800 011 041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Term 4 timetable
|Mowll Village Retirement Village – Castle Hill||Monday
|Karonga School – Epping||Saturday||8.00am|
|Lane Cove Physio – Lane Cove||Thursday||5.00pm|
|Royal Prince Alfred Hospital – Camperdown||Monday||5.00pm, 6.00pm|
|St Lukes Hospital – Potts Point||Wednesday
|Canterbury Hospital – Campsie||Wednesday||1.30pm, 2.30pm|
Some regional branches and support groups run their own warm water exercises, call your branch now or call 1800 011 041.
Become a member of Arthritis NSW today!
Arthritis NSW offers a comprehensive membership program that aims to help people improve their quality of life and is working to keep NSW moving. At Arthritis NSW, our focus is to ensure that members are well-informed, educated and supported to aid in managing their condition and enjoying a healthy lifestyle.
“I have osteoarthritis and was diagnosed in 1999. It has affected nearly all the joints in my body, and I have had 11 operations for my arthritis since 2004. I joined Arthritis NSW years ago to get more information about arthritis, and I have got heaps of helpful hints and I am attending warm water exercises organised by Arthritis NSW. That has been a great help.”
Mary from Killara and has osteoarthritis