Exercise and fitness

Exercise and fitness

Exercise and keeping fit helps you to stay healthy. It is also good for your mental health and can help boost your mood. Exercise doesn't have to mean going to the gym - it can simply involve doing a physical activity you enjoy. There are many sports and groups on offer, including Pilates, Tai Chi, Zumba, and more. Active Lifestyles is a council service that runs all sorts of sessions for people of all abilities.

If you have fallen or are worried about falling, there are special classes to help reduce the risk of falling and build your confidence. You can find chair-based exercise classes as well.

 

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11 Records in Exercise and fitness filtered by Key words "groups and clubs".

  • 50+ Restart

    91-93 Moyser Road, London, SW16 6SJ

    Telephone: 020 8785 2142

    Description: This is an advice, activities and support group for older people that takes place every Monday from 12 midday to 4.

  • Common Sense fitness group

    Clapham Common Bandstand, off Windmill Drive, London, SW4 9DE

    Telephone: 07979 900 818

    Description: Common Sense is an exercise and fitness group for older people, with ages of participants ranging from the 50s into the 80s.

  • Disability Sports Coach

    Southbank University TechnoPark, Unit 2b21 90 London Road, Southwark,, SE1 6LN

    Telephone: 020 7928 4267

    Description: Disability Sports Coach (DSC) is a charity and registered company that provides sporting opportunities for people with disabilities throughout the UK, including a club in Wandsworth.

  • Dolphins Swimming Club

    Latchmere Leisure Centre, Burns Road, Battersea, SW11 5AD

    Telephone: 020 8672 1761

    Description: Dolphins is a term-time swimming club for children and adults with learning disabilities or mild physical disabilities.

  • Furzedown Project

    91-93 Moyser Road, London, SW16 6SJ

    Telephone: 020 8677 4283

    Description: The Furzedown Project offers a meeting place for older people and aims to prevent social isolation amongst older people.

  • Katherine Low Settlement

    108 Battersea High Street, London, SW11 3HP

    Telephone: 020 7223 2845

    Description: Katherine Low Settlement (KLS) is a multi-purpose community and social action centre in Battersea.

  • Metro – blind sport

    Telephone: 020 8255 7788

    Description: Metro is a London based sports and social club for blind and partially sighted people of all ages.

  • Ramblers

    Ramblers 2nd Floor Camelford House, 87-90 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TW

    Telephone: 020 7339 8500

    Description: Ramblers is Britain's walking charity, which works to encourage more people to take up walking and to safeguard the footpaths, countryside and other places people go walking.

  • Sutton Blind & Visually Impaired Runners

    Beddington Park, Sutton, London, SM6 7NP

    Telephone: 07540 704 347

    Description: This is a social group for blind and partially sighted runners or joggers, which aims to help people increase their fitness and health, meet new friends and increase their confidence.

  • Wandsworth Blind Bowling Club (Bowls)

    King Georges Park Neville Gill Close Wandsworth, SW18 2GJ

    Telephone: 01502 580 737 or 077911 28639

    Description: This club meets every two weeks from April throughout the summer months, usually on a Monday.