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Dementia Awareness Week


Nouveau has been busy training and attending many activities and events for dementia awareness week, including one of our senior practitioners becoming a Dementia Friends Champion and the rest of our team becoming Dementia Friends. Rheannon attended the sports village in Middlesbrough where there was a great set up of fun games and activities including …

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Nouveau Wellbeing moves to new Head Office


After outgrowing our previous head office, we made the move to Tees Valley earlier this month where we are situated in Belasis Business Park. Our new self-contained unit is eco friendly, has much more space and has been designed internally for our purpose, including a break out area, kitchen and training room! If you would …

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Families Active Together


Sing and shimmy is a fun and exciting social class for young families using a range of equipment, dance moves and songs. The class was designed to help children improve coordination, memory and learning skills. We have received excellent feedback from parents who have seen an improvement in their child’s independence and confidence over several …

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Increasing Dementia awareness in Middlesbrough


Funded by Comic Relief’s Sport for Change, we are delivering free chair dance classes and reminiscence activities for people living with dementia. We will also be offering weekly dance/fitness classes for communities across Middlesbrough, followed by a dementia friends session, once a month for those that want to learn more about dementia. We are very …

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Step Up Get Down for Red Nose Day!


Nouveau Wellbeing has been participating in Fitbit’s Red Nose Day Campaign #StepUpGetDown. Through the campaign Fitbit are donating money to Comic Relief for every dance video uploaded to their social media. Pelton Community Centre in Chester-le-Street and Neville Parade Group in Newton Aycliffe are just a few of our classes that are getting involved by …

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The Importance of Exercise


Exercise is a necessary part of every individual’s life as it allows us to maintain both our mental and physical health. Sadly, as we age it is usual for involvement in such activities to cease. ‘The loss of strength and stamina attributed to aging is in part caused by reduced physical activity’.