Exercise

Move your body

The resulting benefits of exercise to the body and mind are exponential. Physically, it makes you fitter and stronger, it helps ward off chronic illnesses such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancers, it improves sleep and digestion and keeps people mobile later in life. Mentally it enhances emotional well being, increases self-confidence, gives purpose, enhances mental resilience and improves intelligence. All of these have a resounding common theme- they make us feel well and healthy.


There is no 'one size fits all' physical activity programme we all should follow. Instead, individuals are encouraged to try a variety of activities and determine what they like best. Enjoyable activities will be repeated and will be easier to build into daily/weekly habits and thus making exercise sustainable. 


Your body has been designed and created to move and be active, however, our lifestyles encourage us to be sedentary.  It’s your choice- move it or lose the ability to do so.

"DR ME bought my family closer together with sport, which before you Claire, was a foreign language. Thank you."

Georgie Mason James, Parent, Cudham C of E Primary school.

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