Introducing, returning or continuing regular physical exercise is an important part of your recovery and beyond.

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The NHS Website has some gentle and easy to follow exercises and a range of exercise videos for people of all levels of fitness and ability in their fitness studio

Public Health Wales have a range of resources with lifestyle advice and top tips for starting to become more active keeping physically well

Disability Sport Wales deliver lots of opportunities for inclusive sports in your local area. You can search for sporting opportunities by disability, sport or local authority

Versus Arthritis has top tips and progressive exercise programmes that you can follow from the comfort of your own home

Dewis Cymru is THE place to go if you want information or advice about your well-being – or want to know how you can help somebody else. You can search by your local area and by what matters to you

Natural Resources Wales have lots of information on days out and things to do in your local countryside or further afield across Wales

Brecon Beacons National Park contains ‘whats on’ information as well as activities to discover and do across the national park

Integrated Wellbeing Networks in Gwent

Early Childhood

Young People

Disabled Children and Disabled Young People

Adults and Older Adults

Disabled Adults

Pregnant People

After Childbirth

Physical activity guidelines for Children (under 5 years) – NHS

Physical activity guidelines for Children and Young People – NHS

Physical activity guidelines for Older Adults – NHS

Exercise – NHS