Our care Living Well Five ways to wellbeing: Be Active Here at Living Well, we have made the following suggestions to help you stay active. Exercising, however big or small, makes you feel good. Most importantly, discover a physical activity you enjoy and that suits your level of mobility and fitness. Be active through Living Well Katharine House Hospice physiotherapist You can find a feature in the back issues of our Newsletters from our physiotherapist Hannah. She explores a different theme each time, such as gentle exercise routines, managing anxiety, mindful breathing and relaxation. Hannah has also made this 11-minute video of gentle seated exercises. Join Lydia for a gentle chair yoga class You don’t need to have done yoga before to join in with Lydia for this 35-minute class. All you need is yourself and a chair! Be active through online resources General exercise The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy have devised a guide to incorporating activity/exercise into your daily routine. NHS exercise resource: these exercises are designed for people aged 65 and over with links. Note this is not condition specific and designed as a general resource. It's suitable for people who can navigate through a website. Royal Voluntary Service brings you the Virtual Village Hall, offering gentle dance classes and seated exercise and Pilates. Tai Chi: seated Tai Chi suitable for anyone and particularly those new to Tai Chi taught by a physiotherapist. Note: there is a section where touching of the face is included so be mindful of washing hands prior to this. Other Five Ways to Wellbeing resources Connect Take Notice Keep Learning Give Find out more about Katharine House Hospice To find out more about the work we do, read What we do or explore our For Patients and Families pages. To explore fundraising events, visit Fundraising events, Challenge events and Supporter events. To receive regular news about development at the hospice and fundraising events, please sign up to our digital newsletter.