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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4 Records in Exercise and fitness filtered by Location "SW12".

  • Keep fit sessions and Dew Drop Inn

    Ramsden Lounge, Balham Baptist Church, 21 Ramsden Road, London, SW12 8QX

    Telephone: 020 8265 6626

    Description: Balham Baptist Church runs chair-based exercise and aerobics sessions for older people, as well as the 'Dew Drop Inn' lunch group.

  • Pocklington Resource Centre (Balham)

    1C Yukon Road, Balham, London, SW12 9PZ

    Telephone: 020 8675 4246

    Description: Balham Resource Centre provides a range of services and support for people with sight loss.

  • South London Day Centre

    Nightingale House, 105 Nightingale Lane, London, SW12 8NB

    Telephone: 020 8653 5615 (Gloria Harrison)

    Description: This is a social group for older people, particularly those from the Jewish community, which meets every Tuesday at Nightingale House in the Library area.

  • Unity Centre of South London

    2-4 Ravenstone Street, Balham, London, SW12 9SS

    Telephone: 020 8675 3901 or 07921 65 55 33

    Description: This community centre provides free services and activities for people of all ages including keep fit and computer literacy classes, a Women’s Group and a community space that can be hired.