Sunrise of Hale Barns
Virtual information session on women’s health - Friday 12th March at 3pm
You are cordially invited to join us for a virtual talk on women’s health. We have linked in with The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle and are pleased to announce that we will be hosting an interesting and informative talk with two specialists. The topic for discussion will be ‘Menopausal Health – the facts and the fictions’ and will be hosted by Dr Seif, a Gynaecologist and Caroline Jagger, an Osteoporosis Nurse who specialises in Bone Health. This is a great opportunity to learn and discover more from the comfort and privacy of your home.
Call 0161 509 6122 or email HaleBarns.DCR@sunriseseniorliving.com and we’ll send you a Zoom link for the event.
There's always something happening at Sunrise of Hale Barns. Call us to see what we have planned.
Macular Degeneration Society - 1st Wednesday of every month. The Macular Degeneration Society meet at Sunrise of Hale Barns every month at 1.30pm offering advice and support to people and their families who are affected by the condition.
Poetry Club - The Residents at Sunrise of Hale Barns gather every Wednesday at 16.00 in our Library to read, digest and discuss poetry. The art of poetry is rhythmical in composition, whether written or spoken and ignites positive thought provoking emotions in our residents. The poetry is chosen over a cross section of genres. We welcome visitors to join us for poetry, coffee and cake.
Flower Arranging workshop - Every Thursday morning at 10.30am. Residents meet in our parlour for our beautiful flower arranging class. Whether you are interested in flowers for the everyday, flowers for the home, growing flowers to arrange, creating floral design, creative floral art, or simply watching flowers being arranged, this is a lovely social session.
Art Therapy - Every Friday at 10.00am. Our experienced activities coordinator runs an art club for expressive art therapy. Sara uses the creative process of art to improve a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Tai Chi - Gentle T'ai Chi for health, happiness, fun and wellbeing. Some of the benefits claimed for T’ai Chi include; fewer falls, enhanced flexibility and balance, more energy, lower blood pressure and improved heart health, better mood and lower levels of depression, stress and anxiety.
Pilates - A gentle exercise class which will focus body and mind. Residents build on their strength while enjoying a relaxing class.
Flower Arranging - What a great way for the residents to get creative whilst designing a beautiful bouquet for around the home or their own rooms.
Baking - Residents are able to tuck into delicious cakes and other baked goods created by fellow residents.
Art Class - Whether you're an accomplished artist or a complete beginner, all residents and family member are welcome.
Arts and Crafts - Get the creative mind working while designing and creating fabulous pieces of art work that might feature throughout the home to show off our amazing resident art.
Louise Cahill - Travel writer Louise Cahill attends our home every six weeks to give an inspiring and eye opening talk about her travels around the world.
Ride! - Bi Weekly Classes We are hosting alternative exercise classes for seniors carried out by Ride!, a local company with a great concept! The classes involve boxing gloves, balls etc and are a LOT of fun whilst working the muscles in a gentle but effective manner appropriate for seniors.We are inviting members of our local community to come and join in the fun free of charge!If you would like to attend any of the sessions, at no cost, please call Sunrise of Hale Barns, Hale Road WS15 8SN on 0161 9809500