#ExtraordinarySpurs: PHASE - Sheila's story
08 March 2017|Tottenham Hotspur
The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is celebrating a decade of creating opportunities that change lives and today we bring you the latest in a series of features taking a look at some of the Club’s extraordinary yet often unseen work in its community.
Here we meet Sheila, who struggled with her mobility before attending PHASE – an exercise programme offering older people in North London access to regular physical activity to help reduce the onset of mental and physical illness.
She has benefitted greatly from the programme - vastly improving her movement, reducing aches and pains and making new friends, while forming a strong bond with Foundation instructor Walter.
Sheila said: “Walter is a great guy, he looks after everybody and gives them a lot of his time. The exercises he shows us are fantastic and the friendly atmosphere of the sessions makes me feel at home.”
The PHASE programme delivers sessions at a range of day care centres across Enfield including the William Preye Centre and the Rose Taylor Centre, while promoting social interaction, inclusion and healthy lifestyles.
For more information on PHASE, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org