How to Create Safe Exercise Routines for Older Adults Practical CPD


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As you add new exercises to keep class content fresh and engaging, it’s important to ensure the exercises are safe and within your scope of practice. As well as knowing what you can include, it’s equally vital to know what you shouldn’t include.

This CPD will cover exercises and movements that should be avoided by older adults so you can confidently create safe, effective and varied exercise sessions.

This will help you when choregraphing routines, adding new strength, flexibility or balance exercises, or devising games and activities.

The morning session has been devised with an NHS physiotherapist and will cover exercises that should be avoided, the reasons why and alternative options. For example, why should head rolling be avoided and what is a safer alternative.

The afternoon session will be a time to share exercises with the group. Each delegate will be asked to demonstrate a pre-prepared exercise or very short routine of their choice. This is not a formal assessment, but an opportunity to share and help each other so you leave with a whole raft of new ideas to refresh your repertoire.

CPD dates: 

Online – Saturday 29th June 2024 – SOLD OUT

The training day is 10am-4pm. 

For the online CPD day, we will use Zoom (please check your system requirements here) to deliver these CPDs so you will require a stable internet connection. Please read the requirements for completing your practical CPD online here. By booking an online date, you’re accepting you will meet the requirements outlined.

Please ensure you wear appropriate clothing and footwear to participate – trainers are recommended.

Please note, CPD bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable. If you are a licensee of Move it or Lose it, by booking onto the CPD, you agree to these terms and conditions

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29th June 2024


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