We offer a variety of opportunities for adults over 18 to take part in sport and physical activity, including health walks, yoga, line dancing, and zumba classes - use the links below.
And if you are worried about your health and want to learn how to manage your weight or get fit, one of our special programmes could help. Find out more.
Call Beth Towle (Sports Development Officer) on 0207 938 8182 or email Bethany.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sport and physical activity sessions
Women’s Buggy Fit
Venue: Holland Park, meet outside Holland Park Cafe
Time and Day: Every Thursday, 11 – 12 noon
Description: Includes power walking to raise your heart rate and burn fat and specific exercises to strengthen and tone particular muscle groups. Our Buggy Fit instructor is an expert in assessing how hard to work each mum in order to gain maximum results in a friendly environment. All mothers must be at least 6 weeks post natal.
Contact: For more information call Beth Towle on 0207 938 8182 or email Bethany.email@example.com
Women’s Football (16+)
Venue: Avondale Park, W11 4EW – Entrance on Mary’s Place Road
Time and Day: Every Wednesday, 7-8pm
Description: The session is a beginners session and will have elements of fitness, coaching and small sided games.
In the pool
Venue: Chelsea Sports Centre, Chelsea Manor Street, SW3 5PL
Time and day: Tuesday and Thursday 12 noon to 1pm
Description: A gentle exercise session which takes place in the shallow area of the pool. This fun and sociable session includes simple exercises to increase your mobility, strength and flexibility.
Active for Life Programme
Our Active for Life programme works in partnership to cater for people aged 55+, adults with disabilities, women, and residents from ethnic minority backgrounds, in order to involve everyone in sport. For a list of what's available download the Active for Life brochure:
- Active for Life Brochure [PDF] (file size 2.5Mb)
Kensington and Chelsea Community Sport and Physical Activity Network (CSPAN)
The CSPAN network aims to ensure a comprehensive programme of physical activity and sport across the borough involving the public, private and voluntary sectors.
The main aim of the Kensington and Chelsea CSPAN is to increase participation in sport and active recreation, and widen access to opportunities within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea based on the specific needs of the community. The CSPAN encourages partnership working, and promotes sharing resources and expertise.
Read more on the CSPAN page.