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Sport: Wheelchair Rugby

Friday morning, 10 - 12, all year round.Aimed at men and women 45+ who want to play a very limited contact version of a fantastic sport.
A session on Friday consists of a short warm-up of stretching and movement, followed by a number of short games with balanced ability teams.
Fun 1st, Rugby 2nd.... It's important that we enjoy the experience, or we wouldn't come back!

We enjoy all aspects of being part of a senior rugby club in Surrey.
Within the club, Walking Rugby runs its own social events, play home and away at other clubs, and in 2019 won a tournament in Guildford, and also played in competitions in Salisbury and Bath.

The current group of players come from all walks of life, we are actively all inclusive, including disability.

Come along and just watch, and have tea/coffee with us post play!

Sport: Walking

Fairlands Walking Group has been established for over five years. We have more than 100 registered walkers and average 30 to 60 walkers each week depending on the weather! All walks are free of charge.There are at least four different paces of walk each week ranging from a slow 30 minutes to a faster 60 minutes. Once a month there is a 90 minute walk for faster, fitter walkers. All walks are led by trained walk leaders.
After the walk there is coffee and tea for anyone who would like to join us.
We meet every Wednesday at Merrist Wood Golf Club at 9.50 for a prompt 10.00 am. Start.
Please wear walking shoes, boots or trainers and other clothing suitable for the weather on the day.
This is a social group and other walks take place, usually monthly, with lunch afterwards. There are also organised theatre trips, quiz and golf putting events.

Sport: Walking

Meet Mondays at 9.45 am, Boxgrove shops (GU1 2PF), Guildford. Walks start at 10 am.Walks are led by trained volunteer walk leaders and back-markers, and are up to 90 minutes long.
4 Routes: to Riverside Park, across Guildford Golf Course, to Pewley Down, and around Stoke Park.

Sport: Hockey

Flyerz Hockey is fun and accessible hockey for all disability groups. Flyerz Hockey are fun and friendly sessions inclusive of all abilities and ages. It enables new players - regardless of experience and ability - to play together along with the whole family. Siblings and parents can get involved as well.The sessions are free of charge and all equipment will be provided.Our sessions take place at Guildford Hockey Club (based at Broadwater School, Summers Road, GU7 3BW), starting on Monday 7th September from 6pm to 7pm. Sessions will run every fortnight. No matter your ability, age or hockey experience, come and join us!

Please contact to express your interest, we would love to hear from you.

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Sport: Exercise To Music

In many cases people have ailments that require exercise, maybe it’s recovering from an accident or maybe it’s lowering the rate of muscle atrophy and many other things. We have qualified and dedicated people here ready to help you exercise SAFELY. As a bonus we have noticed people make friends in this class, our own staff members have become very close to the gig members. GIG is more than just a class. It’s a mini community and a friendly one that invites you to join….

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Sport: Running

Run Talk Run Manchester is a weekly 5km gentle jog. Meeting outside Sainsbury's cafe, Fallowfield at 14:15 and starting at 14:30. Before every run there is a window of time to meet the other runners andsay hello to the run leader. It's alright if you're a little anxious and quiet - we 'get it' at Run Talk Run. It's important that everyone knows that the run is gentle and that there is no pressure to "keep up",
and that at the forefront of our runs is support...a safe space to chat first, running second.

Sport: Chair Based Exercise

Our chair exercise sessions is open to anyone that would like to exercise seated. The fun 45 minute class includes a warm up, strength exercises, stretch and relaxation! We can accommodate most health condition such as Parkinson’s, MS, stroke, Cardiac conditions etc. If you would like a chat, please contact Sophie

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Sport: Multi Dance

End the week the right way with our Gentle Dance sessions for all ages 19+. Run by Mary Ward Centre tutor Emma Weir, you'll pick up a range of dance styles (and listen to a range of lovely tunes) and all abilities are very welcome!
'Emma is a Fellow of the International Dance Teachers’ Association and trains students in a range of social dance styles from beginners to professionals. Recent students have had the opportunity to dance at local events such as Queen Square Fair (pictured) but there’s no pressure to perform and everyone is encouraged to go at their own pace. Emma’s classes are fun and inclusive – and her popular Zoom taster classes in the summer proved that they work very well online too.'

Sport: Dance Fitness

A dance exercise cardiovascular class performed to 60’s, 70’s and modern music incorporating aerobic type exercises to increase the heart rate and burn fat. A fun and friendly class that also incorporates optional weights and squats.

Sport: Yoga

ON LINE LIVE yoga class - 60 minute class.
You are never too old to start yoga! Yoga helps to improve posture, balance, flexibility and mobility, to relieve lower back pains, to reduce stress, to strengthen muscles and improve general well-being.

Suitable for those wishing to do a gentle exercise focused on a balanced combination of postures, to improve flexibility, mobility and balance. Students are encouraged to work and progress at their own pace. Special attention is given to basic alignment and plenty of options are given for the execution of postures on mat or chair.

Ideal for those looking to improve their general wellbeing.