Physical activity adults (16+ years)
Exercise is great for both your physical and mental health. It is recommended that adults do at least two hours and 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity a week and carry out muscle strengthening activity on at least two days a week.
Whilst this may sound like a lot, the good news is some activity is better than none, so starting somewhere is better than not at all.
Need some help to get started?
Let our team of welcoming and experienced Health and Wellbeing Activators support you on your journey to leading a more active lifestyle at one of our timetabled sessions below.
The team lead a range of sessions including seated exercise classes, active circuits, walking sports programme, archery, rebound therapy and specialist disability sessions.
Fancy trying something new? Come along to one of the sessions below and give it a go. If you have never been before, please arrive a few minutes early so you can complete a registration form, or download, print and complete a Do Something Different registration form [DOC, 453Kb] and bring it with you. We also need you to complete a physical activity readiness questionnaire [DOC, 196Kb].
Some sessions do require booking. This will be clearly stated on the timetable.
Physical activity timetables
Active Ageing sessions are aimed at increasing activity in older people. Some of the Active Ageing sessions are suitable for people who have limited mobility or long-term conditions. Have a look at our Get Active [PDF, 2Mb] leaflet.
Come along and try our ‘Do Something Different’ sport, leisure and cultural sessions specifically for adults with a disability aged 16 and above. Have fun, meet new people and learn new skills.
Our Do Something Different video shows some of our previous activities and what people think to them.