Vitality Hub is a health and fitness movement encouraging people who find exercise difficult to move more, eat well and feel amazing. We specialise in senior holistic health and offer a range of services including clinical exercise/personal training (private or corporate), group fitness classes, well-being and programmes for people with clinical health limitations. Currently based in Maidstone, Kent, we are recruiting trainers throughout the country to offer the Vitality Hub ethos to as many people as possible.
What we do
Over 65's fitness
Exercise plays such an important role in keeping healthy physically and mentally. Maybe you have a friend or relative that is home bound but still needs to keep their body and brain active. You have come to the right place!
"I am rather an ancient old lady with severe mobility problems which keeps me very sedentary most of the time. My family felt I needed to use what muscles I have left more frequently which is what inspired me to seek some help. Rosie has done just that - a charming, smiley, very qualified young lady who is a delight to be with. Inspiring whilst instilling some discipline which I badly need and working me hard in such a friendly way."
"Age UK Tunbridge Wells are so grateful for the fantastic exercise videos Rosaria has created for us.
The videos are fun, energetic and a hugely appreciated resource when trying to encourage our older community to keep moving while isolating at home. The videos have also been useful when carrying out welfare calls, as staff are able to refer clients to the exercise videos and encourage them to participate."
"I found Rosaria’s Active Movers classes invaluable during Lockdown A short walk once a day was not enough exercise for me! I feel much better keeping active..
I feel it is very important to exercise as we get older. One doctor once said to me - use it or lose it!
Doing Rosaria’s classes have kept me fit and able to continue playing 18 holes of golf. I always looked forward to the classes three times a week as it gave some routine to the day and people to talk to. It was contact with the outside world. I am sure it helped my mental attitude too."
Jenny Preston, 86