This class is designed to help you understand goal setting and tracking personal fitness. This is open to everyone who would like a structured pathway through their rehabilitation process. It focuses on strength, aerobic fitness, balance and flexibility.
Designed to tackle the most frequently reported side effects of chemo and radiotherapy, these sessions focus on dealing with fatigue and stimulating a positive outlook. These sessions are suitable for any cancer type and those who may never have exercised.
The CU Fitter version of this gentle exercise classic, focusing in particular on strengthening the core muscles.
As the name suggests "stronger" is a step up from the other CU FITTER classes and is designed for those who are fitter or on the final stages of their cancer recovery journey. There are separate classes for men and women.
Designed for those undergoing treatment for breast cancer or in recovery, this upbeat fun class concentrates on increasing bone density, improving muscular strength, stamina and improving mental wellbeing.
This high intensity, upbeat dance class isn't for the faint hearted. It combines mobility, stretching, body balance and co-ordination, choreographed to your favourite sounds to improve feelings of wellbeing.
Nordic Walking benefits everyone whatever their fitness level. Using 90% of your muscles burns 46% more calories than normal walking whilst creating an opportunity for social interaction.
Designed for men with prostate cancer, this class improves the fitness, bone density, muscle tone and core strength of men struggling with the effects of prostate cancer. It is also suitable for men with many other cancer types.
Personal training is the ultimate investment in your health and fitness post or during your treatment.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on increasing strength, flexibility, balance, mobility, and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing and may help with depression and stress.
An exercise class designed to focus on strengthening the core and pelvic floor using a variety of small gym equipment. Suitable for both men and women it helps improve core muscle strength, tone and balance.
This dance class combines mobility, stretching, body balance and co-ordination, choreographed to your favourite sounds to improve feelings of wellbeing and keep you moving.
Playing socially at a slower pace thus reducing the threat of pain, discomfort and injury, this now very popular style of football allows those who have loved the sport to play safely. It also introduces the sport to people who have never considered playing it before.