Through the Get Moving classes we run, I have some experience with exercising with medical conditions (in the classes, we have stroke survivors, people with MS, Parkinson’s and in rehab after injuries or surgery). When I was learning about coaching stroke survivors, I was told a fantastic story about what it is like when people … Read more Exercise with medical issues is hard, but worth it.
Because of the tennis tournament at Ilkley tennis club next week, there will be no Get Moving class at Ilkley this Monday! Make sure you let everyone know. But don’t worry, you can join us on Friday morning at Steeton if you like. All details can be found by clicking here…
Keep your diary free for the following dates: Sunday June 9th, 2pm, Aireville park. Sunday June 30th, 2pm, Ilkley riverside park. Because we are thinking of doing a Get Walking event on those dates. What is Get Walking? It’s really simple….it’s summer, so this is an excuse for us all to get out and about … Read more Get Moving, Get Walking!
I train people with quite a wide range of abilities. On one end of the spectrum I train with some very fit, strong, athletic people. On the other end, I train with people with disabilities, chronic pain and degenerative conditions (see my Get Moving page for more details). But I still have a favourite core … Read more My favourite core exercise
OK, so maybe it’s not quite a full blown Davina McCall style workout DVD, but I don’t think it’s far behind! If you can’t make it to one of the sessions, here is your chance to at least so the warm up with us. Play the video and warm up with the gang. I promise … Read more The Get Moving workout DVD!
I’m afraid there will be no class this Wednesday at Keighley. I will be going to a funeral and won’t be able to make it to the session. I’m sorry about that, but don’t forget the other classes we run through the week. All details can be found by clicking here.
This is nothing more than a chance for me to blow my own trumpet for a minute, so feel free to go back to watching Game of Thrones or whatever you were doing…But last week I was a bit busy meeting and chatting to various people! Monday – Talk with the Skipton Invisible Illnesses group … Read more Busy week last week
On Monday evening, we went to have a chat with the Skipton Invisible Illnesses group about exercise and what we do at our Get Moving classes. The group is a support group for people with conditions, illnesses and disabilities that are not obvious to the wider world. Conditions such as fibromyalga, lupus, ME, FND, anxiety, … Read more Thank you to the Skipton Invisible Illnesses group
We started the Get Moving class a month ago. Yep, it’s been 1 month now so I thought I would give you a quick update as to how it’s going so far… In case you missed it, Get Moving is our new “brand” aimed at training people who may need a bit more care and … Read more Get Moving update
Put the date in your diary and please share this with anyone you know! Get Moving, the new exercise class for people with ongoing, chronic conditions, will start on Friday March 1st. If you find it hard, difficult or maybe a bit scary to exercise or even start exercising because of your medical condition, why … Read more Get Moving on Friday March 1st!