Let's Get Active In Leisure Centres:
For only £10 per
month participants can access any LLGA gym, swim or court session.
If you would prefer
to attend a session every now and again there is the option to pay £2 per
This opportunity is
available citywide and is open to all (unless stated e.g. women only session),
with at least 1 hour every day across 17 Leeds City Council Leisure
Members receive an
appointment to help set goals, learn how to use the equipment and get the most
from their workout – they will be able to ask a qualified instructor for help and
advice on their fitness journey.
Check out our Leeds
Let's Get Active timetables below.
information or queries about LLGA at Leeds leisure centres please contact
on 0113 378 8001 or email Membership.Services@leeds.gov.uk.
Let's Get Active In The Community:
programme provides free sport and physical activity opportunities to help you
get active. We will be setting up sessions with community organisations and
groups and will keep you updated via our community timetable below about the
sessions we have running.
The activities are
free and open to all (unless stated e.g. women only sessions) and are run by
our community activators and instructors who will provide support and advice.
Pull on some comfy clothes, pick up at water bottle and join in the fun!
If you are a
community organisation or group in South and East Leeds that is interested in supporting
inactive people to get active and would like to find out more about
LLGA in the community please get in touch via 0113 378 8002 or email email@example.com.
The LLGA Community
sessions are funded and supported by South and East CCG.
Leeds Let's Get Active Falls Prevention:
A structured 20 week programme of exercise
for people at risk of falls. The programme is delivered by qualified
instructors in a range of leisure centres across Leeds.
programme is designed for people with low mobility and focuses on improving balance,
confidence and to reduce the fear of falling.
our current classes here
Check out our falls prevention update including up and coming
Falls prevention November Update
To be accepted for a falls
prevention class a referral is required from a physiotherapist, health/social
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Prevention Quality Assurance Scheme:
provide support for community based exercise providers to ensure they are
delivering safe and effective exercise classes to people who are at risk of
the 'Make it Fall Proof' award, classes have been fully assessed to ensure
they deliver the right level and standard of class for older people.
it Fall Proof' award gives providers a range of support to enhance their
programmes and allows them to bid for small grants to enhance their service.
Prevention Quality Assurance Scheme: http://active.leeds.gov.uk/communitysport/Pages/Events.aspx?q=falls&location=&radius=&page=1
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