Heart Throbs hosts well attended exercise sessions with professional trainers specialised in cardiac rehabilitation exercises. Classes are open to men and women and the ages of the exercise group range from members in their early 40’s through to those in their late 80’s. All new members are made welcome, the sessions are designed to extend and strengthen your heart rate but are generally light hearted and at any time you can step out and take a breather if thing are getting too strenuous for you.
There are six one-hour exercise sessions held each week at Holtwhites Sports & Social Club and one at St Stephen’s Church. You can join any session to suit your diary and attend as many times as you like. The cost of each session is £5.00 for members and £4.00 for a partner or carer.
Alternatively you can pay by standing order at one of the following options;
£20 per month – covers one session a week.
£25 per month – covers as many sessions as you like.
Holtwhites Sports & Social Club, Kirkland Drive, Holtwhites Hill, Enfield, EN2 0RN
Monday at 10am and 11am
Tuesday at 2pm and 3pm
Friday at 10am and 11am
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Park Avenue, Bush Hill Park, Enfield
Monday at 5pm
Please be aware that classes are cancelled on Bank Holidays unless notified.
There will not be any exercise classes on the following dates for 2017
Friday 14th April – Good Friday
Monday 17th April – Easter Monday
Monday 1st May – May Day Holiday
Monday 29th May – Spring Holiday
Monday 28th August – Late Summer Holiday
2017 Christmas Holiday period
Last exercise class before Christmas Monday 18th December – restart on Tuesday 2nd January 2017.
For more information please contact Roger Gard on 01707 642022 or 07771 894294
‘Heart-Throbs has given me a steady fitness regime that has given me a standard of fitness that enables me to resume, as best as possible, my day-to-day life with a chance of compounding that fitness’. Bob, a retired Med Lab Scientific Officer and football referee who had an aortic valve replacement at The London Heart in August 2012.
‘The exercise classes have made me much fitter which helps my tissue valve’. Barrie, a market trader, who had an aortic valve replacement in 2009.