Everybody Moves, and You’re Invited!

EverybodyMoves: Inclusive and accessible physical activity. Four circular photos of: an older man holding his bike on his shoulder and smiling; a young girl on a playground rope bridge; a woman in a wheelchair playing tennis; and two men smiling at each other, wearing anti-homophobia t-shirts.

We are excited to announce that BC Alliance for Healthy Living (BCAHL) and the Physical Activity for Health Collaborative have launched the much anticipated EverybodyMoves Resource Hub! The Hub is a one-stop shop for sport and recreation leaders who want to ensure physical activity is as inclusive and accessible as possible. 

Physical activity is vital for one’s health, and yet we know many British Columbians face visible and invisible barriers to regular activity. 

For example, nearly half of adults with disabilities don’t get any aerobic physical activity, and people identifying as lesbian, gay and bisexual of all ages are less likely to participate in sports. The consequences for not being physically active are serious. People who don’t engage in physical activity are more likely to have increased mental and emotional health issuesdecreased immune function and inflammation , and are more at risk for developing chronic illnesses.

BC clearly needs solutions to get us all active, and the EverybodyMoves Resource Hub is part of the answer! The Hub collects and stores information from evidence-based relevant sources on an ongoing basis. Here, you can find a variety of inclusion and accessibility resources such as:

After using the search tool, participate in a quick survey to tell us about your experience with EverybodyMoves, and you can enter a draw for a $50 Visa gift card!

For updates on the Hub, subscribe to the EverybodyMoves newsletter and follow the social media channels linked below:

The EverybodyMoves Hub is a place for physical activity leaders to get their communities active. Together, we can create an inclusive, active BC for every body!

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