Kids Run Club – Virtual Edition

Let’s get active safely!

Due to COVID-19 and CDC guidelines aimed at curbing the spread of the virus, after school activities including the Active SWV Kids Run Clubs have been cancelled. Active SWV wants to make sure kids can still have some of the structure and support being part of ...

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April Participant of the Month: Cara Stewart

Active SWV staff and Community Captains have been working hard to provide alternatives to staying active while physically distancing. One of the current online challenges anyone can participate in is the Move Your Way, Southern WV Challenge – Extended Edition. This online challenge asks everyone to look through the Move Your Way(sm) educational website and use the Activity Tracker to make a plan for the week to meet ...

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Staff Picks – Our Favorite Online Resources

Many of us have had much more time at home recently and that includes your Active SWV Staff. Now that we’ve had a couple weeks of it under our belt we want to share our favorite online links for physical activity.

Melanie recommends the Neck & Shoulder Tension Release Yoga Class from Five Parks Yoga. “I like this 20 minute practice to help reduce tension headaches from stress and typing.” This is a great ...

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April Community Captains of the Month

Active SWV would like to introduce you to our Beckley REFIT Community Captains. These ladies have stepped up their game and continued to provide and help our communities during this trying time of physical distancing.

 

Amber, Jennifer, Allonna, Elizabeth, Sandra, Wendi, and Michele have found new unique ways to ...

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Community of the Month: Helen, WV

As a new feature to our monthly newsletter, we will be highlighting a small coal-impacted community with the intent of introducing their residents and neighbors to the Active SWV mission of improving health through physical activity. Our nation once depended on the hard work of these communities to power the industrial revolution and we cannot forget their importance. And if, in the process, we can identify potential volunteer Community Captains in these ...

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