“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live in.” - Jim Rohn
Yoga for Teens with Adrienne
Yoga for Teens with Adrienne and her dog Benjy. Link here to a 20 minute teen yoga practice or search her You Tube channel for shorter 5-10 minute sessions such as Chair Yoga and yoga for the classroom.
Online Yoga for Teens with YogaEd
Yoga Ed's yoga channel contains classes, brain breaks, and relaxations for teens and young people from beginners classes to simple ideas to help you get a digital break or to manage emotions - classes include help with focus, calming emotions and even for soccer skills. Subscribe to their channel now.
PE with Joe Wicks - daily workouts for you and your family
Joe Wicks became a lockdown hero with his morning home workouts available free to all, whatever your fitness level. Now Joe's You Tube Channel has more than 250 family workouts to try for free. Check them out here!!
NHS Fitness Studios
A whole range of instructor-led videos from 10-45 mins across our aerobics exercise, strength and resistance, and pilates and yoga categories. Special workouts suitable for new mums, such as postnatal yoga, or health problems, such as pilates for back pain. Plus, there's the Wake up! workout, Vinyasa flow yoga, and Belly dancing for beginners to get you moving.
This Girl Can - Home Exercise
Stairs, chairs and household objects can be used to create your very own gym circuit, or download fitness apps or You Tube videos. This Girl can suggest exercises to try at home.
Ballet at Home with the ENB
Ballet classes 'in your kitchen' - English National Ballet artistic director and lead principal dancer, Tamara Rojo, is teaching classes via ENB's YouTube and Facebook pages.
Want to lift your spirits? Take time out from the tech' and head out for a stroll. Walking is known to reduce anxiety and stress and can even improve sleep. Short walks in nature can really boost your mood especially if you do so mindfully -notice the flowers, bird song, sunsets, cloud formations around you... Take a look around you and appreciate nature. You may like to join a group such as the Ramblers Association to get you started and for first time ramblers, take a look at their safety guide here: