Chichester District residents looking to lose weight, get fit, and lead a healthier lifestyle can join Chichester Wellbeing’s online Move it and Lose it workshops.
The workshops will re-start on Tuesday 28th July, led by a Registered Nutritional Therapist. The workshops are designed to help people lose weight, get back on track and feel healthier. They also offer advice and information about eating a healthy diet that can be maintained for life.
In order to comply with the current Government social distancing guidelines, all workshops will be held online. During the course, clients will receive:
- a Move it and Lose it handbook posted out to them;
- a weekly newsletter with video presentation and a recipe for six weeks;
- weekly phone support for 12 weeks; and,
- one-to-one guidance throughout the course.
“We know that the coronavirus lockdown has had a big impact on people’s lifestyles, which in turn may have affected their weight, fitness levels, and general wellbeing,” says Councillor Roy Briscoe, Cabinet Member for Community Services and Culture at Chichester District Council. “Our Move it and Lose workshops focus on healthy eating, nutrition, exercise and education to help people lose weight and lead healthier lifestyles.
“We recently received some lovely feedback from a previous client who said that they found the course to be an excellent learning curve in how to respect and treat their body. They commented that their diet had become increasingly diverse during the course to include healthier foods which they not only enjoyed eating but also made them feel better too.”
Residents can sign up or for more information about Move it and Lose it by contacting Chichester Wellbeing on 01243 521041 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
People can also find out more by following the Chichester Wellbeing Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/ChichesterWellbeing/