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Age UK Kent Rivers offer a variety of gentle, fun wellbeing and exercise classes across various locations in Kent, which can help you improve your posture and balance, stay strong, mobile and independent, and meet likeminded people – suitable for people of all abilities.

Why is keeping fit in later life so beneficial?

Here are just some of the benefits of physical activity:

  • Helps you to maintain a healthy weight
  • Reduce your risk of falls by strengthening your muscles
  • It is linked to supporting your thinking skills
  • Boost your mood and energy levels (exercise releases endorphins)
  • It’s social – joining a sports team or a class can help you to make friends

If you haven’t exercised in a while, don’t worry. Our classes and clubs focus on gentle exercise to help you to regain your fitness at your own pace. If you’re used to regular physical activity, exercises can be tailored to be more strenuous.

Our Exercise and Wellbeing Classes

  • Steady, Strong & Able Classes

    Age UK Kent Rivers offers wellbeing classes across various locations in Kent, which can help you learn useful tips about how to stay independent and keep yourself strong and mobile - all whilst meeting friendly faces and making new friends. Click below to find a regular Steady, Strong and Able class near you, and find out how to sign up.

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  • Seated Exercises

    Join us for a free 45-minute Seated Exercise class every Tuesday at 11am at The Old Fire Station, Crescent Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7GU. The gentle, chair-based exercises are great for improving your posture and balance, and are suitable for people with reduced mobility. For more information call us on 01795 532766 or

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Activities at The Clarendon Royal Community

We have a variety of fun exercise and wellbeing activities on offer at The Clarendon Royal Community in Gravesend, which are suitable for all abilities, including Zumba GoldYoga and Walking Groups. To find out more, click the link below or get in touch by calling 01474 362221 or emailing

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