Course Summary

Liz Ede has designed a follow on course for the experienced student, designed to stimulate the mind and body by learning a variety of exercises using dumb-bells to help strengthen muscles and project joints.

Learn a variety of exercises that will help strengthen muscle and boost bone density and challenge yourself further with more complex multi-focus exercises which combine strength, co-ordination and balance. The emphasis is on safety and correct technique.

Students needs and abilities are taken into account and all exercises can be modified to suit the individual.

Course Sessions

Monday, 7th October - 10 classes


Session ID DJAB9307C
7 Oct - 9 Dec 11:45am - 12:45pm
Location CAE
Session Fees
$219 / $208 (conc)
Teacher
Liz Ede

Increased knowledge to exercise safely and effectively. Improved strength and reduced risk of osteoporosis. Improved posture and balance. Increased stamina and overall wellbeing in everyday life.

Liz trained at in dance at the Scottish Ballet School and Theatre School of Dance and Drama in Edinburgh but decided to spread her wings and travel to Germany, where she worked as an au pair while studying at the Berlin Opera Ballet School. While on a visit to relatives in Australia she fell in love with the country and decided to make it her home. In 1990 she returned to study fitness at Victoria University, specialising in older adults.

 

Since then Liz has been a regular tutor at CAE, as well as at various private and community classes in Melbourne such as Downtown Theatre Co., Studio 56, Hawthorn Community Mental Health Clinic and Harold Holt Swim Centre. At the CAE Liz has developed courses specifically for older adults utilising other disciplines (such as yoga, tai-chi, Pilates) as well as bringing in ideas and knowledge from her dancing background.

Suitable for continuing students, those who have completed Level 1 or have similar experience elsewhere.

A pair of runners, sneakers or something similar and wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. 

Men and women of all ages who are interested in improving their fitness. Particularly useful for post and pre-menopausal women as bone strength declines at this time.

Last updated: August 20, 2019 12:54pm