Whatever your age or ability, there is something to help everyone be active and to have fun at the same time.
Here’s a taster of some of the options on offer in South Derbyshire:
Tai chi - combining deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements, tai chi helps to reduce stress, improve balance and general mobility and increase muscle strength in the legs. Get Active in The Forest delivers weekly sessions for beginners and intermediates from 3pm on Tuesdays at Rosliston Forestry Centre.
Strictly No Falling (pdf, 86kb) - this community based exercise programme supports people who have fallen or are at risk of falling to improve their strength, balance and coordination. Structured sessions are delivered from community venues by Age UK Derby and Derbyshire in partnership with Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Trust.
Walking Football - the craze that is sweeping the country. It is exactly like football but with one difference - NO jogging, just walking. It is available at Pingle School in Swadlincote from 7pm on Mondays and Etwall Leisure Centre from 6pm on Tuesdays.
Just play and Back to Netball - there’s a range of opportunities for people just wanting to play netball in an informal and social setting. Get together with a group of like-minded people and have a game. Sessions are held at the following times and locations:
- Mondays from 7pm at Melbourne Sports Park
- Tuesdays from 7pm at Etwall Leisure Centre
- Thursdays from 6pm at the Green Bank Leisure Centre in Swadlincote
Further details about times and venues can be found in our events and activities.
If you want help and support to stop smoking, lose weight, become more active, or improve your diet or overall wellbeing, Live Life Better Derbyshire can help you to make the changes needed to improve the way you feel now and in the future.