Join the #WeBeatCorona challenge

Malvern Hills District Council is encouraging people to look after their hearts, bodies and minds whilst at home with the weekly #WeBeatCorona challenge.

The council's Physical Activity and Wellbeing Officer, Rachel Nicholls, has developed a 12 week challenge which includes activities people can do in their own homes to help them become more active as well as improve their wellbeing.

Based on each letter of the hashtag #WeBeatCorona, the five minute videos focus on three different areas: the heart, body and mind. They will include different exercises, mindfulness advice, positive things people can do to stay connected with others and more.

The videos are being shared on the council's YouTube channel and social media pages every Monday and people are being encouraged to get involved by sharing their photos and videos with the hashtag #WeBeatCorona.

Rachel Nicholls, Physical Activity and Wellbeing Officer at Malvern Hills District Council, said: "It is natural to feel worried or anxious at the moment and this weekly challenge is designed to support people through this difficult time. The videos are quick and easy to follow andencourage people to stay active and look after their mental health whilst following Government guidelines."

To get involved, search for Malvern Hills District Council on YouTube and click subscribe. Also, follow the council's social media pages: Facebook (@MalvernHillsUK) and Twitter (@MalvernHills_DC).

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