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We believe that being physically active will help you to live a healthier and happier life.

We support people with long-term health conditions and those who would benefit from moving more often, to build physical activity into their lives. Our programme provides you with the guidance, confidence and motivation you need to exercise safely from the comfort of your own home or in your local community.

What is Get Help To Get Active?

The team at OneLife Suffolk understands that being physically active can be very challenging, particularly if you are living with a long-term health condition. The truth is that you can start small, and you don’t have to get moving when you don’t feel up to it. Ultimately, when you’re managing a long-term health condition, being active is about finding what works for you. That’s where we come in…

We provide you with the tools and information you need to gradually increase your activity levels safely and effectively. We are here to show you the power of physical activity.

More information about our programmes can be found here.

To sign up for Get Help To Get Active, please contact our client services team on 01473 718193 or complete our online form.

We have a new face-to-face “Get Help” group starting in Felixstowe on Tuesday 25th May at Felixstowe Leisure Centre!

Our 12-week “Get Help” programme consists of weekly supervised exercise sessions and practical support around key topic areas such as how to exercise safely, overcoming barriers and staying motivated.

Book your place TODAY!

You can contact your local Active Lifestyle Practitioner using the numbers on our Meet the Team page.

Share your passion for physical activity and support your local community by becoming a OneLife Suffolk Activator today!

OneLife Suffolk are looking to build a new volunteer network of Activators to support those in Suffolk living with a long-term health condition to get more active and move more often.

An Activator is a trained volunteer who is passionate about sport, activity, and movement and would like to share it with those who need it most.

Find out more information HERE.

If you have any urgent questions, please see our FAQ’S or call our client services team on 01473 718193.

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We’ve added the new Active at Home Booklet from Public Health England. It provides practical guidance to older adults on staying active during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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“If physical activity were a drug, we would refer to it as a miracle cure, due to the great many illnesses it can prevent and help treat.”

from UK Chief Medical Officers
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