Macmillan Move More Moray
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A range of groups to help people affected by cancer ‘Move More’ and feel good
For people with any diagnosis of cancer, at any stage of treatment, physical activity can have huge benefits – reduced fatigue, improved fitness & improved quality of life. It is even linked to reduced risk of cancers coming back and improved survival after cancer [Read more]
When shouldn’t you exercise [Read more]
Patient referral exclusion criteria [Read more]
Download the forms above and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to Caroline Van Der Heiden, Macmillan Move More Development Officer, Moray Council, High Street, Elgin IV30 1BX.
Move More guide resource
The Move More pack includes a copy of the booklet Physical activity and cancer, five short flyers about some popular types of physical activity. There is also an Activity chart you could use with a fridge magnet (provided) to put this on your fridge so you can see what you have achieved each day. And there’s a Move More You Tube video (see bottom of the page) which includes gentle activity videos you can do at home. [Guide]
The Move More Moray 12-week (free) physical activity groups for people affected by cancer.
These classes are led by specially trained exercise instructors. They use a variety of simple exercises that are done in a circuit that is adapted to suit your level of ability and fitness. The instructors are always on hand to offer guidance and support. These are a great way of getting back to fitness and helping you to recover after treatment for cancer.
|Elgin Sports & Community Centre||Tuesdays||Morning|
|Buckie Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre||Wednesdays||Evening|
|Other activities will be available soon.|
MacMillan Move More on Social Media
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