Longevity

Longevity

“The class is great, I love the body movements involved in the exercises. Feel significantly stronger mentally and physically the next day.”

Our weekly online Longevity class is held every Thursday evening from 6.30-7.30pm. It will build your strength and flexibility using a series of movements engaging the whole body, and improve respiration and blood flow. What’s not to like? To join send an email to peter@healthygenerations.org.uk

And it is never too late or too early to start. The actress Sheila Hancock at 80 couldn’t put her luggage in the overhead locker on a flight and had to ask for help. A friend suggested she began lifting weights to restore the strength in her arm muscles. She now puts her own luggage in the overhead locker.

Muscle mass and bone density reduce as we go through life, a process that begins in our 30s, accelerates in our 40s and becomes alarming in our 60s.   

Exercise will radically slow down this process and maintain and build both muscle mass and bone density. Start exercising now! And come to Healthy Generations’ Longevity class to learn a series of simple movements to engage the body and restore strength and flexibility.

THURSDAYS LONGEVITY! – Using Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Kung Fu and Yoga.
Gentle yet profound exercises to build internal strength.
6.30-7.30pm £3 optional donation with Peter.
Email peter@healthygenerations.org.uk and he will send back the URL.

User Reviews

That was great! Just what I need…. Thank you! 

“I really rate your classes. I have done and do many different forms of exercise but have never done elements of yours before. I especially like the short sharp jabs and pushes.”

“The exercise is proving wonderfully effective.”

I’ve been doing this class since it first started, and look forward to it every week. I’m so happy that the class transitioned to an online format so quickly after the first lockdown. I love the mix of exercises, and I also love the social aspect.”

Taxing but not too shattering given I am in mid seventies. I like the mixture of exercises, some quite strenuous, others easy and ending with some line dance routines.”