Low Impact

At any age physical activity improves muscle strength, endurance and reaction time, as well as bone density and posture. As we get older being active is particularly important. It can help to improve your health and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. However you are feeling these workouts can help you get moving more so you will feel better for longer!

Strength and Balance

Strength and Balance in partnership with HSP are designed for individuals wanting to improve their strength and balance while learning new exercise to help maintain independence

Move it or Lose it!

Move it or lose it are classes which have been developed with experts to help improve your flexibiilty, aerobic health, and strength and balance. All the workouts can be done seated or standing.

10 Today

A set of fun, 10-minute audio and video workouts, intended to easily fit into your day, that help you get stretching and moving at home.

NHS Balance Exercises.

These simple exercises can be done art home to help improve your health and mobility.

Fun and Moving (FAM)

Fun & Moving has over 1400 safe, medically-approved videos to get you moving, whatever your current level of fitness. Routines from a bed, chair or standing, rehab, memory care, yoga, dance, Tai chi, Pilates, balance and fall prevention, and more. Click on the link to access the 1 month free trial, and if you have a look around the site before joining up, come back here to the free trial link to make sure you access the free trial

HILS Exercise at home

HILS Exercise at Home programme is delivered by our Active Ageing team, which consists of qualified exercise instructors with experience of working with older people. They can help you get more physically active and mobile, build your confidence, and feel better