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Active wellbeing

Exercise makes you feel better. This doesn’t have to mean going to the gym. Instead, find something you enjoy that fits your level of mobility and fitness. This could be going for a run or walk, a bike ride, playing a sport or even gardening. 


We offer a range of free active sessions, available to all students and led by a wellbeing practitioner. Details about the sessions and links to book onto them can be found below. 


Why active wellbeing?

Hannah Prestwich (SU officer for Wellbeing, Sport and Physical Activity 21/22) talks to Wellbeing Practitioners about their active sessions and why these can be so good for enhancing wellbeing.

Active wellbeing sessions

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SHU Seasons

A gardening group at Collegiate Campus. Grow organic edibles and plants and improve your mental health.

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Yoga for Wellbeing

This 45-minute session will include mindful movement, body awareness, breathing practice and relaxation

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Ways to be active at home

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Keeping active at home with Hallam Active

Online workouts, hints, tips and videos.

Ways to keep active at home
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Get active for Better Health

Tips and tools from the NHS to help you move more every day. 

More information about NHS get active

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