Community Strength and Balance

Keeping Older Adults on their Feet

Falls Prevention by Improving Balance through Gentle Exercise

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Kerri Moran

Kerri Moran

Community Strength & Balance Manager - 022 380 8910
Phone: 412 4611


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Strength and Balance

Maintaining a Healthy, Mobile Older Community


Each year, one in three people aged 65 and over will fall. For people aged 80 and over, the risk increases to one in two. Clinical research has shown that when people do exercise and strengthen their core, their balance improves, and their risk of falls reduces by 30-50%.

Older Adults

Gentle group exercise sessions to suit all fitness levels, with an aim to strengthen core muscles and leg strength to improve balance and help prevent the risk of falling.


A series of training sessions designed to educate your team on the key aspect of falls prevention and helping the older members in your community stay as healthy and mobile as possible.

Health Professionals

Community Group Strength and Balance classes will support participants to build their core muscles and leg strength and improve their balance.
Chris Christensen

Chris Christensen

Community Strength & Balance Trainer - 027 700 4021
Phone: 412 4611


Sarah Freiberg

Sarah Freiberg

Community Strength & Balance Trainer - 027 700 4043
Phone: 412 4611


Latest Resources and News

The Latest News

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After a 20 year break the Harbour Sport Corporate Golf day was brought out of retirement. The event took place on 19th October at Pupuke Golf Club and saw a total of 42 golfers take part. It was a glorious sunny day with lots of networking opportunities for...

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Our NiuMovement Pacific families programme has engaged with 53 participants to date. Equip’d Pacific teen girls programme has engaged with 80 Pacific female students across 4 schools. The July PolySports school holiday programmes engaged with a total of 58 kids over...

NZSSSC Census Student representation in school sport has been static.

Top 5 sports over the past 5 years have been Football, Netball, Rugby, Hockey and Basketball.

Basketball, Volleyball and Badminton have been consistent in increasing student representation in the last 3 years.

  • In 2015, 50% of students in the Harbour region represented their school in sport.
  • Boys’ representation had an increase of 1% whereas Girls’ representation had a decrease of 2%.
  • In 2015, schools in the Harbour region offered students the opportunity to represent their school in 66 out of the 81 sports recognised in the census.






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