The NSW Government has thrown its support behind an initiative to stage the Biggest Online Seniors Workout. Acting Minister for Seniors Geoff Lee said the free 30 minute workout will be live streamed across a number of online video platforms on April 29 at 11am. “I know speaking to many seniors it has been a tough ask to stop their normal day-to-day routines which had been keeping them socially active,” Mr Lee said. “The NSW Government is keen to promote anything that will help them to keep in touch with the community while staying safe indoors. “I’m encouraging all NSW seniors to get online and get physical on April 29 so we can promote fitness and health while staying home to keep safe from COVID-19.” NSW Seniors Card partner and Active Seniors Health Centre owner Taylor Harrison will be hosting the Biggest Online Seniors Workout. “We are championing health for our seniors more than ever in these unprecedented times to help them maintain balance, strength and flexibility while self-isolating,” Dr Harrison said. “Our 30 minute workout on April 29 will be conducted by our professional team and streamed on various platforms including YouTube Live, Facebook Live, and Zoom. This is fun and free, so tell all your older friends and family members to get involved.” To join the Biggest Online Seniors Workout follow this link. Active Seniors Health Centre will continue to provide daily free exercise sessions for seniors across NSW on their website. Seniors are urged to get the latest COVID-19 information at: www.health.nsw.gov.au To register for this please visit the Active Seniors website.
During the class, Active Seniors will have staff monitoring each platform to ensure the safety of the attendees. Active Seniors can answer any questions or concerns live and also monitor that people are not disrupting the event. All participants will be on mute.
Date: Wednesday April 29th at 11:00am
How to view: The class will be hosted on Facebook live, Zoom and Youtube live. The class will be 30 minutes and free for all attendees.
How to register: Visit the Active Seniors website.
For those who register for the zoom they will be sent a link via zoom which they can click on to watch the class.
For those registering for YouTube they will be sent a link the day prior and the day of the event.
For those who register on Facebook, they will get a Facebook notification the day prior plus when the class is commencing.
Active Seniors Health Centre will continue to provide daily free exercise sessions for seniors across NSW on their website.
Seniors are urged to get the latest COVID-19 information at: www.health.nsw.gov.au