Live Online Exercise Classes

FREE 10 Minute Mover Sessions

Join us twice a week from the office or your living room at home

Get away from your desk and move for 10 minutes throughout the day which  helps to circulate blood and oxygen to the muscles leaving you with more energy to work.

Research has found that short, 10-minute workouts can help improve your health and fitness, they show immediate improvements to concentration levels compared to sitting. 

During the 10 minute mover you will do 3 different types of exercise.  Mobility stretches e.g. hip swings, pulse raisers e.g. jog on the spot and strength exercises e.g. squats. 

No Equipment is needed and a small amount of space is adequate.  Beginners are welcome.

Day & Time:  Monday - 10:30am

Day & Time: Wednesday - 2:45pm

Access: Microsoft Teams

FREE 30 Minute Fitness Frenzy Class

Just as the name would suggest, a frenzy of all things fitness for 30 minutes!!

A high energy session comprising of many different exercises with no equipment needed.

No two classes are the same. Suitable for all levels of fitness from beginners to the elite!! Lots of fun, always functional and a great way to control weight and gain strength.

Day:  Tuesday

Time:  5:30-6:00pm

Access: Microsoft Teams

FREE 30 Minute Legs, Bums & Tums Class

Legs, bums and tums is a full body aerobic workout that aims to tone up those flabby areas of your thighs, bum and stomach.

Great for those who want to lose weight or even for those who simply want to improve their fitness levels.

Day:  Thursday

Time:  8:00 - 8:30am

Access: Microsoft Teams

 

Email Active.workforce@sefton.gov.uk to book on to any of these live classes.

On-Demand Exercise Videos

Check out the Active Workforce YouTube channel for lots of on-demand physical activity videos for you try Here

Health Assessments coming to your Workplace

 

Having regular Health Checks can detect signs of serious health problems, lowering the risk of further issues with diseases such as some cancers, heart disease, diabetes, stroke and kidney disease

Health Checks involve:

Height

Weight

BMI

Waist Circumference

Blood Pressure

Resting Heart Rate

(Duration – 10 mins per appointment)

 

Details for these sessions will be confirmed soon!

 

Our Weigh Forward Programme has been specially designed to reduce the confusion about nutrition.

Face to face and online courses are available and will provide you with:

An individualised approach that can take the stress out of losing weight.

An understanding to modern approaches to dieting & how they work to find a way that suits you.

A range of practical ways and tips to improve your health and fast track your results.

 

There are no courses running at this time. Keep checking on this page for updates.

All our courses are FREE and last for 6 weeks. If you have missed a week, you can receive information from the previous session on request.

To Register your Interest please follow this link and fill out the eform online:

https://www.activelifestyles-sefton.co.uk/wf-online-consent-form/

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September W.O.W Newsletter

 

Please see click here for a PDF of the new W.O.W August Newsletter!

This newsletter will give you a little snippet of what we have going on with Working On Wellbeing AND Active Workforce,

along with some information on the different areas of wellbeing, something to try, and how to join our business spotlight!

Take a look at our Personal Wellbeing pages to read more about tips to enhance your mental, financial, spiritual and physical wellbeing.

 

 Available Prerecorded Seminars:

Stop Smoking

Female Health in the Workplace

Managing Time

Post Lockdown

Weight Loss

Sleep

Menopause

Physical Activity & Nutrition relating to the Menopause

Back Care

Stress

Physical Activity

Low Mood

Alcohol Awareness

Mental Health

Osteoporosis

Managing your Wellbeing

7 Dimensions of Wellbeing

Fitness Week

Did you know that FITNESS has its own awareness day?

National Fitness Day 2022 will take place on Wednesday 21st September and is a chance to highlight the role physical activity plays across the UK,

helping us raise awareness of its importance in assisting us to lead healthier lifestyles through being physical active.