Need Some Help and Motivation to Get Active? Chat to Us, It’s Free!

During these strange times, some of us need a little more motivation to get-up and be active. Does this sound like you? Don’t worry, you’re definitely not alone.

Whether it’s talking to a friend, doing some research online or using a live-chat service, there are different ways to find the inspiration and motivation to move.

Active Agents is our brand new live-chat service, to help you have a real conversation, with a real person from the comfort of your own sofa.

Our live-chat service has been set-up to help individuals and communities to become or stay active whilst at home.

Keep Active and Carry On

Here at Active Devon, we are constantly trying to find new ways to chat to people about being active.

Being active at home and moving more has so many health and wellbeing benefits. For example, it’s brilliant for helping to reduce stress or anxiety, something that many of us are feeling at the moment. It’s also great for building strength, helping to maintain a healthy weight and making us feel good.

It’s Completely Free and Easy

We are all about removing barriers to help people move more. That’s why our live-chat service is completely free and super easy to use!

This service is a motivational tool that everyone can use, to be supported into being active during these strange times.

So what are you waiting for, visit the bottom right-hand corner of any page on the Active Devon website and let’s get chatting.

More Ways to Speak to Us

You can also speak to a member of our team by emailing hello@activedevon.org or calling us on 01392 925150.

During these strange and challenging times, we believe that:

“Everybody should stay at home and follow the latest government advice, protecting the NHS and saving lives. However, it is also more important than ever that people keep moving, as physical activity is crucial to good health and mental wellbeing. Throughout this crisis, here at Active Devon we’re doing all we can to support you, your family and your community, so that you have the tools and resources to remain active whatever the situation.” #StayInWorkOut