Suitable fitness activities for seniors in Brussels

ASPRIA ROYAL LA RASANTE - the sport and wellbeing club in Woluwe

Situated in a green setting, Aspria Royal La Rasante is the perfect place to get in shape at any age:

- spa with pool, sauna, hammam and jacuzzi
- fitness and tennis courts
- specific group classes oriented for 50+ and supervised by professionals who correct, advise and motivate you
- guided tours of museums and many other cultural activities

Discover the Stand-Up class, only for seniors.

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This organization offers senior citizens a choice of more than 26 different activities (aquafitness, gymnastics, walking…). The classes take place in a friendly, fun and safe atmosphere.

GYM SANA - Brussels

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Located in the heart of Brussels, this centre welcomes elderly people who want to maintain an active lifestyle. They have designed a special program ideally adapted to the body of people aged 50 or more.

ROYAL LEOPOLD CLUB - Uccle

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In this fitness club in Brussels, professional trainers evaluate your abilities as a senior and provide a personalised program.
Avenue Dupuich, 42 - 1180 Brussels.
Tel : 02 / 344 06 15

MEDICAL FITNESS - Jette

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The Medical Fitness, a gym center located in 1090 Brussels offers highly dedicated classes for seniors, such as Zumba Gold, ballatechnics...

Tel: 02 / 425 54 49

PLURIEL DE SOINS - Bruxelles

This specialized center suggests gymnastic lessons adapted to seniors that are collectively given by professionnals. Those sessions help reinforcing your muscles in order to prevent any problem of balance, but also hypertension.

Additional informations

With ageing, people tend to reduce their activities, which can reduce their energy. In order to exercise without any risks, it is preferable not to start a whole new sport. Exercising at an advanced age can bring significant benefits such as reducing fall risks and obesity risks, contributing to the decrease of cholesterol, fighting against the osteoporosis, improving the immune system and maintaining muscle mass.

Sport is not limited to young people, regarding the short and long term benefits, it is even largely recommended for the elderly. 150 minutes per week represents a good program : you can exercise 30 minutes per day for 5 days a week.

The best thing to do is to choose among soft disciplines such as yoga, nordic walking, gymnastic, aquagym, tai chi chuan and outdoor activities like biking. The most important thing is to choose an activity that will not hurt your joints or your back. You can also work with the help of a a personal trainer at your local fitness club in Brussels who will build you a personalized program and help you get through your sessions without hurting yourself.