Active Supporters - Physical Activity
what are we offering?
Building on the success of the Active Supporters and Active Ewe programmes and to create a sustainable membership for local people, our friends over at the Derby County Community Trust are developing an even bigger and better programme aiming to get Everybody Active!
Due to go live on 8 January, Everybody Active will offer access to a wide range of classes and group activities across Derby for under £1 per week.
The new programme will be available to people over the age of 16 and classes will include:
- Stretch and Relax
- Selected Livewell classes including Kettlebell Fitness, Boxwell, Aerobics, Saturday Energiser and more!
Download the Everybody Active timetable here.
If you are a current Active Supporters or Active Ewe client, your membership will continue as normal for the remainder of your programme, please contact your advisor if you have any questions.
Interested? Find out more and register here or call 01332 416140.
Other Derby County Community Trust wellbeing programmes
A free child weight management service run in partnership with Livewell for children aged 5 to 17 years with a BMI of 85 or over, registered to a Derby GP practice. A parent/carer must support their child through the 12-month programme, which offers fun activities, healthy eating workshops, one-to-one and group support.
Click to join - https://www.livewellderby.co.uk/episodes/join/live_it
Aged between 14-17? Join MOVE IT to get a year’s FREE access to our Fitness timetable offering HiiT, Dance, Boxing and even sessions at Oxygen Freejumping!
Click to join: http://www.themovementderby.co.uk/move-it/
A free 12-month physical activity programme for people over 60, combining gentle exercise to boost balance stability and strength with sociable get-togethers
A cancer exercise and rehabilitation programme which works with anyone who is recovering from or living with cancer within the last five years
A healthy lifestyle and behavioural change programme which helps people who have struggled with substance misuse issues