Headway Suffolk is running a Brain, Body, Balance programme for adults living with brain injury, stroke and neurological conditions, which focuses on improving physical health and emotional wellbeing following lockdown.
Participants will have the opportunity to try different activities such as pole walking and other exercises, which will focus on posture, balance and the importance of exercise to brain health.
Participants should be able to walk a short distance independently.
The sessions will run on Wednesday’s from 10.30am – 2.30pm for five weeks from 25 August to 22 September. Participants will need to bring their own lunch.
The course will include pole walking practice, dynamic exercises, active relaxation, park walks, outdoor activities and peer support.
It takes place at Headway Suffolk’s hub in Olding Road, Bury St Edmunds, which is located near to Asda. Some sessions will be run outdoors at local parks.
The course is provided free of charge. Participants can make a donation to Headway Suffolk if they wish to.
Anyone interested in the course should contact Hilary Wiltwell, Senior Bury Hub, on 01284 702535 or email [email protected].
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