Pilates classes could be making a return soon to a health and wellbeing facility in Lundin Links.
Popular demand has suggested a course in the well-known form of physical fitness may be coming to the Homelands Trust-Fife premises, Paxton House.
Homelands offers the chance of holiday accommodation and optional supportive day services for people with long-term disabilities or debilitating conditions, and their carers.
A free pilates taster sesssion was held recently and, after several requests from those who attended, Realistic Pilates is looking to run a six-week block course at the Paxton Centre.
Refreshments are provided and the sessions should be suitable for people – and their carers – affected by disability, long-term health conditions and illness.
Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise and evidenced to be effective in improving health.
Anyone interested in attending is asked to contact the Homelands office at 01333 01333 329039 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to have discussion about the health benefits, staff can put you in touch with Real Pilates’ instructor, Yvonne Rodger.
Two other presentations are coming up soon at the Paxton Centre. Tomorrow (Thursday) at noon, there is a talk from an NHS dietician on food and diet, with information on long-term health matters and also a cooking demonstration and a taste test.
On April 29 at 1.30 p.m., Peter Scobie is delivering a talk on personal alarms safety in the home, personal safety and ICE (In Case of Emergency).