We are delighted to have been recognised for helping those affected by lockdown to sit less and move more. Our Health at Home programme was a special evolution of the Active Movement concept, and we are pleased that it was able to positively support so many people.
Our second ‘Innovations’ conference on March 15th was another outstanding event with a superb set of speakers enjoyed by all. A huge thanks to the many who came to hear the presentations found here for your reference.
When designing the programme Dr Mike Loosemore was very clear about the evaluation processes behind it. As both medical innovator and scientist, he recognised that without substantial evidence as support, the programme could not have the wide appeal it merits.
Experts say being active is proven to support brain and muscle development as well as helping with social skills. Source: Sky News
Active Movement is an initiative that focuses on simple behaviour changes to empower people to sit less and move more.
ITV Anglia reported on the Active Movement programme at the Old School House Nursery near Newmarket.
Active Movement is to work with Park House, Newbury in a pilot programme to test the Active Movement concept in secondary schools.
With our sedentary lifestyle now recognised as a major contributor to non-communicable diseases (NCD), founder Dr Mike Loosemore was delighted to work alongside C3.
Speakers Dr William Bird, Linda Baston-Pitt and Dr Mike Loosemore will be revealing new thinking and practical solutions in the field of education, nutrition and behaviour covering the early years of children’s development.
We are entering into the second week of our 12 month programme and already participants are adding their own movement ideas. Communication around the office is educating and inspiring non-sedentary behaviour and low-level activity. As one staff member confessed “I’m beginning to feel uncomfortable sitting down too much.”