Move More Highland is a partnership between Macmillan Cancer Support and High Life Highland that aims to help people affected by cancer to get moving.
Taking part in physical activity before, during and after cancer treatment can play a huge part in enabling you to take back control. A growing body of evidence also shows that being active can play a vital role in helping to prevent a recurrence of cancer, slow disease progression as well as reducing the side effects and consequences of cancer treatment, such as fatigue and depression. Find out more at Macmillan.
Move More Highland classes are open to everyone, whether you’re going through treatment or have long finished. You can even bring along a friend, relative or carer.
To register your interest in joining the programme, please complete the Move More self-referral form.
Exercise class: These classes are led by specially trained cancer rehabilitation and exercise instructors. They use a variety of simple cardiovascular and strength exercises which are adaptable to provide an individualised physical activity programme. The instructors are always on hand to offer you guidance and support. Whether you have never been active before, or are looking to get back into the swing of things – our circuit classes are an ideal social way of doing this.
Venue: Inverness Leisure | Day: Mondays | Time: 12:30 -13:30
Additional activity options:
Pedometer | Move More fitness DVD | Free High Life Highland 7 session pass | High Life Highland membership
Walking groups | Gentle Movement classes | Additional exercise classes
Move More Highland would not be able to provide the service without the help of volunteers.
We are currently looking for volunteers to deliver Gentle Movement exercise across the Highland area. Full training will be given, including cancer awareness and role specific training.
If you would like more information on joining the programme as a participant or a volunteer, please don’t hesitate to contact the Move More Highland team:
Phone: 01463 667500 ext. #8595 Email: [email protected]