COVID has impacted heavily on the fitness industry – even more so in Victoria, and particularly on our beloved strength and balance program, Living Longer Living Stronger.
But there’s still a need for an affordable and social strength and balance program designed specifically for older adults. In fact, it’s more important than ever to combat both the social isolation and the lack of activity that lockdowns sparked.
That’s why we’re excited to announce the opening of a new studio – Reform Exercise in Tuck Street, Moorabbin. The studio is expected to host as many as 50 Living Longer Living Stronger sessions every week.
The owner, David Trotter, had long wished for a dedicated space to run Living Longer Living Stronger. Having sold his gym pre-COVID and taken a break to study exercise physiology, David took his time finding a new space that met his requirements: close to public transport, good parking, and the chance to design a space that was 100% NDIS approved, with full wheelchair accessibility.
The space that David has created is well thought-out for people of all abilities. There is even space that can be configured for workshops or lectures, or as offices for other allied health professionals.
Sessions will be run by Robert Irwin, an experienced Living Longer Living Stronger instructor who is pleased to be able to offer classes in a tailor-made environment.
If you are in or near the Moorabbin, classes will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10.00 am and 12:00 pm. To find out more or book, email David at email@example.com
A big thank you to all those instructors and providers who have kept the spirit of Living Longer Living Stronger alive and strong.
To find other Living Longer Living Stronger providers, visit the COTA website.