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Friday, April 23, 2021

Stay Active and Zoom into free virtual exercise and wellbeing classes
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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Sport and Well Being team is helping us to stay active with a new series of free virtual exercise and health classes.

The live classes, which will be delivered using the Zoom platform by Council’s qualified tutors, will allow you to take part in Yoga, Pilates, Tums and Bums, Fitness and Dance Fit.  The weekly timetable will also include classes on health and nutrition, chair based exercise and ageing well. 

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Alderman Mark Fielding, the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, said: “This fantastic initiative shows Council’s innovative approach to ensuring our residents stay active during the current pandemic. With an overall focus on health and wellbeing, there’s a great variety of activities and topics to choose from and I would encourage people to get involved. Staying active is so important at this time and this free programme will allow you to avail of expert guidance and instruction from the comfort of your own home.”

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Classes will begin from week commencing Monday 22nd June 2020 and the timetable will be refreshed every two weeks. 

To register your place or to request additional information email sportsdevelopment@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk. You will be sent an application form to complete and return via email. Following this you will receive the link to your selected Zoom course. 

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If you have any queries you can also ring 07719 745936.

The programme is supported by Sport Northern Ireland and the Public Health Agency.

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