Move More

There are plenty of ways to remain active in your home. Why not try one of our Move More exercise videos? WATCH OUR MOVE MORE EXERCISE VIDEOS

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

For our top tips for staying active and healthy during Coronavirus social distancing, take a look at:


Whilst social distancing is being recommended to help contain the spread of Covid-19, cycling makes a lot of sense. Find out why:


Jersey Sport is monitoring the Coronavirus situation closely and we advise all sports clubs, associations and groups to follow the advice from the Government of Jersey regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. The best source of local information can be found at:

Register with us to book onto our Move More Classes – our professional Move More Instructors will give you a warm welcome and help you to take that step to improving your health and well-being!

The key is to start small and slowly build up the number of minutes of activity you fit into your week. Think about when you might have some free time to do some exercise or try a new class.

In addition to our Move More Classes, we also offer Move More Health Walks and a variety of cycle rides.

HSBC Breeze Jersey offers fun, free bike rides for women of all abilities, HSBC Guided Rides offers free bike rides for adults, and there’s HSBC Let’s Ride Pop-Ups held throughout the year, where you can enjoy some time cycling together as a family.

Click on any of the activities below for further information, including how to book onto our Move More Classes.

Move More Classes

Our classes, held in local community settings, are friendly and sociable - helping you take that step to improving your health and wellbeing.

Move More Health Walks

Our free health walks, led by fully trained leaders, are easy, short walks suitable for those with lower physical ability or long-term conditions.

Cycle More

By joining HSBC Breeze Jersey, HSBC Guided Rides or our HSBC Let's Ride Pop-Ups, you'll discover new places to ride and gain confidence on your bike.

Run More

There are local running clubs you can join to learn to run, or there are running plans available online you can follow yourself and with friends.

The NHS also offer some great advice about physical activity for adults aged 19 – 64 years old on their website. Take a look at their activity guidelines: