Older Adults

Where possible, try to keep up with normal everyday activities and interests, especially keeping in touch with friends, family and neighbours - either via the telephone or on a video call - or even writing letters. 

Keeping active with interests and hobbies we enjoy keeps our mind well too - which is just as important as keeping our bodies moving. Trying something new can be a great thing to do, and have many positive effects on your mental health.

Here you will find lots of ideas on how to do this, with some chair-based exercise video classes as well as creative ways to keep your minds ticking over healthily too.

A selection of our gyms and pools have now reopened and our online classes are still taking place 7 days a week, so you can have the best of both worlds!

DCLT YouTube >>

DCLT YouTube >>

Check out our YouTube channel for the latest recently uploaded classes and fitness tips for you to take part from the comfort of your own home or garden.
Live Stream >>

Live Stream >>

Some of your favourite weekly fitness classes streamed live from the Studio
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Yoga with Adriene >>

Yoga with Adriene >>

High quality practices on yoga and mindfulness to inspire people of all ages, shapes and sizes across the globe.
Get Doncaster moving >>

Get Doncaster moving >>

Get Doncaster Moving is a partnership of organisations who are committed to helping Doncaster's communities become healthier and more vibrant
Practise your swing >>

Practise your swing >>

Age UK >>

Age UK >>

Age Uk have complied information on Coronavirus along with tips on staying healthy
Les Mills On Demand

Les Mills On Demand

Get unlimited access to Les Mills workouts loved by millions for an exclusive member price!
Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters

Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. The NHS have expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.