Active North Ayrshire

Exercise on Referral Programme

It has been proven that physical exercise can assist with recovery from chronic illness as well as improving self-esteem, confidence and helping people deal with transition in their lives. To this end KA Leisure has developed Active NA to enable people recovering from a wide range of conditions to take part in sport and health and fitness activities.

Together with a range of partners, specialist staff from KA Leisure's Active NA team will support participants through a broad range of enjoyable activities delivered within their community including; aqua fitness, low impact exercise classes and personalised fitness sessions. The individually tailored programmes are designed to be light, enjoyable and fun.

If you have health issues that could be improved through regular physical activity, speak to one of our Active North Ayrshire referral team or your GP.

Call the Active North Ayrshire Team on: 01294 605128

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Invigor8 North Ayrshire

(Falls Prevention)

Invigor8 is a falls prevention exercise programme, specifically designed for people 65 and over, provided by KA Leisure in North Ayrshire.

The Invigor8 programme helps reduce the risk of falls in people aged 65 and over, through a series of core exercises. The initiative is funded by North Ayrshire Health and Social care Partnership through the Integrated Care Fund. Participating in Invigor8 will make a huge difference for many people, by reducing their risk of having a fall, improving their physical wellbeing and boosting their confidence.

NHS Ayrshire & Arran's Falls Lead Practitioner, Rebekah Wilson said: "Invigor8 is an evidence-based service which meets the needs of the people who are most at risk of falling. We know that to reduce the numbers of people who suffer falls in Ayrshire and Arran, we need to deliver a 50 week exercise programme focused on improving an individual's strength and balance. This partnership programme supported by the Community Health Partnership allows us to deliver this important service."

One in three people aged 65 and over experience a fall each year. Falls, however, are not an inevitable consequence of ageing. By undertaking a specific strength and balance exercise programme for 50 weeks, the risk of having a fall is markedly reduced. Sessions are led by highly trained and experienced instructors and suitable for people who have had a fall or want to prevent falls in the future.

movemoreMove More North Ayrshire

Move More North Ayrshire is a programme funded by Macmillan Cancer Support for people who have had a cancer diagnosis, are undergoing or recovering from treatment for cancer.

It is important to keep physically active, but you may need to be careful with the activities that you choose. This will depend on the cancer, your treatment, it’s side effects and any other medical conditions you might have.

Our Move More programme can help keep you active and can have a positive impact on your health and well-being, and also help reduce the side effects of treatment.

We can help you choose an activity you enjoy from circuits, gentle movement, gardening and walking. We will help you set realistic goals to improve your health and wellbeing.

For further information please contact (01294) 605128 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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