Physical activity for health training

Get the training you need to help your patients reduce their risk of major diseases.

Being physically active reduces our risk of major diseases by up to 50% and depression by up to 30%. But quarter of the adult population are not active enough to maintain good health.

Health professionals can be great champions for moving more. Patients trust you. And you regularly meet people living with long-term conditions, who are twice as likely to be inactive. So we want to help you become confident physical activity champions.


Moving Medicine

Moving Medicine is the ultimate online tool to help health professionals champion active lives. The website contains step-by-step guides, online courses and videos to help you get started.

Physical Activity for Social Prescribers

We run several training cohorts across the year especially for social prescribers. The training increases the skills and confidence of the attendees in order to understand the importance of being physically active and to role that has to play with social, mental and physical wellbeing.  

The content includes how to integrate physical activity into social prescribing, an overview of the key research and evidence on behaviour change and physical activity and a focus on engaging specific groups who may face additional barriers.

Dates for the next training are TBC. If you’re interested in taking part please email

Chat to us about training

We want to work with health professionals and help you champion physical activity. So please get in touch to chat about training or how we could work together to create happier, healthier and stronger communities.

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