Teresa Yiu (left) and Noelle Dohl Dino at XP Fitness Hub in Central in Hong Kong. An exercise programme can turn your health around and improve your quality of life, even if you’re in your 60s or older, like Yiu. Photo: Winson Wong
Teresa Yiu (left) and Noelle Dohl Dino at XP Fitness Hub in Central in Hong Kong. An exercise programme can turn your health around and improve your quality of life, even if you’re in your 60s or older, like Yiu. Photo: Winson Wong
Wellness

How to age well? Stay active, and that’s just what a step-dancing 62-year-old in Hong Kong does - you’re never too old to start, she says

  • Starting an exercise programme can improve your quality of life and turn your physical and mental health around, even if you’re in your 60s or older
  • Teresa Yiu resisted trendy workouts because she thought she was too old – but found she’s just as capable as younger people of dancing up a storm

Teresa Yiu (left) and Noelle Dohl Dino at XP Fitness Hub in Central in Hong Kong. An exercise programme can turn your health around and improve your quality of life, even if you’re in your 60s or older, like Yiu. Photo: Winson Wong
Teresa Yiu (left) and Noelle Dohl Dino at XP Fitness Hub in Central in Hong Kong. An exercise programme can turn your health around and improve your quality of life, even if you’re in your 60s or older, like Yiu. Photo: Winson Wong
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