Healthy Ageing Women’s 50+ Group Classes

Healthy Ageing Group Classes – Women 50+

Being physically active and staying fit and healthy will help you to get the most out of life, whatever your age. Staying active is the best way to maintain health, well-being and quality to life. It can help to:

  • Prevent and Manage Chronic Conditions
  • Stay Socially Connected
  • Maintain Brain Function & Memory
  • Stay Independent
  • Reduce Risk of Falls

Despite the proven benefits of regular exercise, only 17.2% of those aged over 65 are meeting the physical activity guidelines. We want to change that.

Every Wednesday at the Morayfield Clinic at 11:30 am, group exercise classes of up to 10 people will be run by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. You will have access to tailored exercise sessions that cater to your needs in a supportive and engaging social setting. The addictive circuit style classes change weekly and target the key components of healthy ageing: strength, balance, and cardio! Bring your friends along, the more the merrier.

When: Every Wednesday at 11:30 am

Contact: Call 0412 740 322 or send us an email at [email protected] to

book your spot!


Meet your Instructor

Matthew Gaffney

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Matthew Gaffney is our newest member to join the Northside Allied Health Team, based in Morayfield. Graduating with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (2020) and Bachelor of Exercise Science (2020). Matt has previous experience working alongside a clientele to treat Cardiovascular, Metabolic, Respiratory and Musculoskeletal conditions with targeted exercise therapy. He also has additional experience working with clients with Traumatic brain injuries, stroke, spinal cord injuries and intellectual disabilities. He is passionate about, working alongside individuals with neurological conditions to improve quality of life, strength, gait, and overall fitness using unique exercise interventions. Matt is also well versed in the realm of hydrotherapy and he has seen firsthand the benefit it has in client’s wellbeing. For Matt, the best part about being an Exercise Physiologist is being a helping hand in the journey to achieving client goals as well as building strong relationships. Outside of being an Exercise Physiologist Matt enjoys playing team sports, snorkelling, and bushwalking.