Balance Exercises Brisbane & Seniors Exercise Classes

Active Ageing at Graceville Physiotherapy 

Looking for balance exercises in Brisbane and other exercise classes for seniors? Look no further than Graceville Physio.

Feeling the effects of ageing? Feel like your life is winding down and you’re only 50?

Our programs are run daily and have no more than 6 attendees. Our balance classes are clinical exercises based with a focus on Core strength, Balance and Posture. You can be involved with others interested in maintaining active and healthy lifestyles.

Being happy and active is a choice, so take control of your life today! Our actively ageing programs will equip you with the necessary information to live your life with freedom and activity.

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If you want to …

  • Improve your balance and strength
  • Improve your health and fitness
  • Avoid preventable illnesses and injury
  • Have more energy
  • Meet like minded over 50’s
  • Exercise and have fun

Then our programs are for you. Take control of your life today.

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At Graceville Physio, our Core, Posture and Balance exercises classes can help you to feel that spring in your step again.

All programs are DVA and Chronic Health Plan eligible. Private health fund rebates also apply to those who have extras.

Education is an important part of the actively ageing program and the following topics are all covered in our courses.

  • Importance of fitness as we age
  • Aerobic exercise prescription
  • Core stability training
  • Diaphragmatic breathing
  • Postural correction
  • Falls prevention
  • Safe lifting techniques
  • Bone health
  • Brain health
  • Nutrition
  • Age related health issues
  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Obesity
  • Healthy lifestyle changes

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of exercise is best for the elderly?

Really, any exercise is good exercise. However, the best exercises are those that increase breathing or heart rate, such as endurance or aerobic - for example, walking or swimming.

Why do seniors need to exercise?

Exercise is good to maintain mobility and strength in the muscles by keeping the core active. This can also have other benefits such as lowering blood pressure, enhancing flexibility and even enhancing balance.

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