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our seated exercise session is a low-impact workout designed to be performed while sitting in a chair. It typically includes a combination of stretching, strength training, and cardiovascular exercises to improve flexibility, muscle tone, and cardiovascular health. This type of exercise is suitable for individuals with limited mobility or those who prefer a less strenuous workout.
Our seated yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced while seated in a chair. It involves a series of stretches, poses, and breathing exercises that help to improve flexibility, balance, and relaxation.
Seated yoga is an ideal practice for individuals with limited mobility or those who prefer a more accessible form of yoga. It can also be a great way to reduce stress and improve mental clarity.
Our seated boxfit is a modified version of boxing that is performed while sitting in a chair. It typically includes a combination of boxing movements, such as jabs, crosses, and hooks. Seated boxfit is a low-impact form of exercise that is suitable for individuals with limited mobility or those who prefer a less strenuous workout. It is a great way to improve cardiovascular health, increase muscle tone and endurance, and reduce stress levels.
At BeGreatFitness, we’re passionate about helping people lead healthier, more active lives. We’re focused on developing innovative programs and services that support individuals, families, and communities in achieving their health and fitness goals. We believe in the power of exercise to improve our mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing.We’re also dedicated to building up our communities through our fitness centers and programs. We strive to create spaces that are welcoming and inclusive for everyone. Our mission is to make it easier for everyone to lead healthier and more active lives.
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-Claire, Royal Court
"As soon as the coach arrived at Royal Court it was obvious it was going to be an engaging and worthwhile exercise session. She was lively and interacted well with the residents. She quickly learned their names and tried to find out relevant information about them. She engaged lots of residents at once and encouraged participation without being forceful. Residents liked her and were keen to have her visit again."