Changes Over 50

Fall Prevention Focused, music based exercise class.

A low impact fitness class designed for the over 50’s. This class is beneficial for individuals returning to exercise after a fall, and who want to regain their self confidence through movement. Perfect for individuals who are physically mobile but have impaired stability, or individuals wanting to ‘ prevent ‘ a fall by continuing to remain mobile, agile and stabile. 

EXERCISE TYPE

  • Cardio
  • Strength Training (hand weights provided )
  • Balance
  • Core Strength 

There is no floor (mat ) component in this class

INTENSITY: Low/Moderate 

FITNESS LEVELS: All

RESULTS

  • Increased confidence and self esteem 
  • Increased Cardiovascular endurance
  • Increased muscle strength
  • Improved joint mobility and flexibility
  • Improved core strength  
  • Improved co-ordination 
  • Reduced stress and anxiety 

‘Marion makes ageing fun!’

*During COVID: Students studying on-site at NSCC will be expected to assist their tutor in a post-course clean down of the room & anything used during this time. Please understand we are putting in strict protocols across the board to ensure the safety of our entire community.

Materials List

Please bring a full water bottle. Shared equipment is not currently available at NSCC due to COVID-19.

Tutor: Marion Claridge

Marion has been teaching a variety of Group Fitness Classes at the NSCC for 13+ years. Whether your been a student for X number of years, or you’re a relatively new student, you will always find Marion’s classes inviting, encouraging, and with a whole lot of laughter along the way. Marion believes fitness is for everybody and everyBODY!  Marion started her teaching  journey years ago, after attending an awesome ‘ free style ‘ aerobic class at a gym. It got her hooked on not only attending this particular class regularly, but also lit her passion to qualify as a ‘free style ‘ teacher herself. (Teaching ‘free style ‘ gives Marion more freedom over her choreography and music choice, instead of a more structured teaching program). Her leg warmers and leotard may be at the back of the closet now, but grapevines and easy walks are still front and centre in most of her classes, and if not, still expect a playlist from the Bee Gees to Justin Bieber and everything in between.