Exercise material for adults

During this lockdown period of spending more time at home, it is important to keep yourself active and consider your general health. 

We have a range of exercises suitable for all levels.

Have a go at some of the material which is updated weekly.

Exercises for adults with restricted mobility

Please view the disclaimer before participating in any exercise and make sure to take this lesson at your own pace.

Seated Tai Chi lesson 4 screenshot

Seated Tai Chi lesson 4

In this lesson, Dominic will recap on the sequence that we covered in the first three lessons.

Seated Tai Chi lesson 4

Seated tai chi lesson 3 photo

Seated Tai Chi lesson 3

In this lesson, Dominic will recap on the previous lessons and teach us a new move called 'waving hands', which is the final move in the sequence.

Seated Tai Chi lesson 3

 

Seated Tai Chi video

Seated Tai Chi lesson 2

Dominic Ayton, one of our Health and Wellbeing Officers, is back with his second lesson of seated Tai Chi.

In this lesson, he will be teaching us how to do the ‘single whip’ move, the third move in this sequence, and join it to the commencement move and the open and close move which we covered in lesson 1.

Seated Tai Chi lesson 2

Seated Tai Chi video

Feel Good project - Seated Tai Chi lesson

Seated Tai Chi lesson 1

Tai Chi is a martial art that originated in Ancient China. Tai Chi focus on slow controlled movement, balance and breathing. This low level exercise is widely suitable to a range of people with or without a health condition.

Seated Tai Chi lesson


Gentle exercise for adults

Tai Chi session 4 screenshot

Tai Chi lesson 4

This lesson goes over the moves that Dominic covered in lesson 1 to 3 and joins them all together.

Tai Chi lesson 4

Tai Chi session 3 image

Tai Chi lesson 3

In this video, Dominic shows us the final move in the sequence, which is 'waving hands' and recaps on what we have learned in the previous lessons.

Tai Chi lesson 3

Tai Chi video

Tai Chi lesson 2

Dominic Ayton, one of our Health and Wellbeing Officers, is back with his second lesson of seated Tai Chi. In this lesson, he will be teaching us how to do the ‘single whip’ move, the third move in this sequence, and join it to the commencement move and the open and close move which we covered in lesson 1.

Make sure to take this lesson at your own pace. If you have low mobility, there is a seated alternative to this lesson on the website.

Tai Chi lesson 2

Tai Chi lesson lesson 1 video

Feel Good project - Tai Chi lesson 1

Tai Chi lesson 1

Tai Chi is a martial art that originated in Ancient China. Tai Chi focus on slow controlled movement, balance and breathing. This low level exercise is widely suitable to a range of people with or without a health condition.

Tai Chi lesson 1