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Run yourself happy – the ‘miracle cure’ improving brits’ mental health

Run yourself happy – the ‘miracle cure’ improving brits’ mental health

Posted: Thu, 02 Nov 2017 08:00

Whilst the physical benefits of running are well known, new research released today reveals that improvements in emotional health and wellbeing are being experienced by an extraordinary three-quarters of runners. Read More »

Tags: Mental Health, Run Together, Running, Well-being

Mental Health in Sport Workshops

Mental Health in Sport Workshops

Posted: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 16:23

As we look to move forward with Sport England's 'Towards an Active Nation' strategy, one of the key highlights for us is continuing to increase awareness of the benefits that sport and physical activity has on young people's mental health. Read More »

Tags: Courses & Workshops, Mental Health in Sport, well-being

Working Together to Reduce Childhood Obesity

Working Together to Reduce Childhood Obesity

Posted: Tue, 20 Jun 2017 14:09

The National Children's Bureau has recently released a new report to help agencies understand how they can work together to reduce childhood obesity and improve health outcomes. Read More »

Tags: Health, Obesity, School Sport, Well-being

New health and wellbeing facilities open at Stokewood Leisure Centre

New health and wellbeing facilities open at Stokewood Leisure Centre

Posted: Tue, 20 Jun 2017 12:13

A partnership project to improve the public health and wellbeing facilities at Stokewood Leisure Centre, Bournemouth has completed. Read More »

Tags: BH Live, Health, Well-being

Local Charity holds Bournemouth’s first large Scale Wellbeing Event for Teenage Girls

Local Charity holds Bournemouth’s first large Scale Wellbeing Event for Teenage Girls

Posted: Mon, 06 Mar 2017 15:51

Local Charity, the Shine Project, in partnership with BH Live, will be running a well-being event for young teenage girls at Bournemouth Pavilion on Monday 12 June 2017. Read More »

Tags: BH Live, Shine Project, Well-being

School P.E. nightmares mean women shun exercise – putting them at risk of poor physical and mental health

School P.E. nightmares mean women shun exercise – putting them at risk of poor physical and mental health

Posted: Mon, 11 Apr 2016 09:48

Women with mental health problems are not exercising because of bad experiences with P.E. at school – putting them at greater risk of poor physical, and mental, health the charity Mind has warned. More than half of women (57%) do not participate in sport because they were not good at PE at school[1] while nearly half (43%) feel it is too competitive.


[1] Mind conducted a Survey Monkey poll of 660 people (488 of whom have mental health problems) between 11 May and 06 July 2015. Read More »

Tags: Physical exercise, mental health, well-being