Siel Bleu

Through exercise, increase the independence and quality of life of older people in your community

How to get involved

Time: As a leader you’ll need approximately 4 hours a week to get Siel Bleu classes started. As a trainer the number of hours will depend on your own availability and demand.

You can find your nearest Siel Bleu class here. If there are none already happening in your community, you can register interest to get one started. Learn in our free How-To Guide what's involved.

5 Steps
Who?
Magda Ruszkowska joined Siel Bleu Cork a Siel Bleu group almost 2 years ago
jim craughwell joined Siel Bleu Kildare a Siel Bleu group about 2 years ago
Ann Leech joined Siel Bleu Johnstown Hall a Siel Bleu group about 2 years ago
Roisin Mc Grath joined Mobile for Life a Siel Bleu group about 2 years ago
Vicky Butler joined Siel Bleu Knockmitten Youth and Community a Siel Bleu group over 2 years ago
Aoife Brennan joined Siel Bleu Bray a Siel Bleu group over 2 years ago
anita luby joined Siel Bleu Athlone a Siel Bleu group almost 3 years ago
Fernanda A. Urzua joined Siel Bleu Clontarf a Siel Bleu group almost 3 years ago
Mark Murphy joined Siel Bleu Cork a Siel Bleu group almost 3 years ago
Thomas Mc Cabe joined Siel Bleu Cork a Siel Bleu group almost 3 years ago
Mervyn Walsh joined Johnstown Bridge Mens Shed a Siel Bleu group almost 3 years ago
Sean Smyth joined Siel Bleu Dublin south a Siel Bleu group about 3 years ago
Thomas Mc Cabe joined Siel Bleu Dublin North a Siel Bleu group about 3 years ago
Thomas Mc Cabe joined Siel Bleu Limerick/Clare a Siel Bleu group about 3 years ago
Thomas Mc Cabe joined Siel Bleu Offaly a Siel Bleu group about 3 years ago
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