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We all know that exercise improves your physical wellbeing. But did you know it helps to improve your mental wellbeing as well? Sport and physical activity can help lift your mood and take away built up stresses. It can also improve sleep, reduce anxiety and increase self-esteem.

We care about your wellbeing! We run initiatives throughout the year to help make your time at Leeds Beckett a happy, productive and active one. Being active doesn’t have to mean doing sport or going to the gym. There are lots of ways to be active; find the one that works for you!

Lifestyle Courses

Try something new and sign up to one of our Lifestyle courses. We have a range of activities for you to try such as yoga, running and an introduction to lifting.

Our courses are ideal for beginners or those looking at getting back into physical activity. Each course is delivered by qualified instructors who will support you to reach your goals.

View Course Timetable

Social Sport

Our social sport programme gives you the chance to take part in sport in a fun and relaxed environment. With over 20 sessions each week, it is the perfect opportunity to try something new and keep active whilst at university. Most of the sessions are on a turn up and play basis so why not come and give them a try.

Read more about social sport.

Eat Well

What you eat and drink plays a key role in your health and wellbeing.

Benefits of a healthy diet include:

  • increased energy and stamina
  • a positive impact on your mood and wellbeing
  • improved sleep and concentration
  • helps you to maintain a healthy body weight
  • lowers your risk of developing chronic health risks such as heart disease and cancer

Have a look at some of the useful resources that can help you ensure you are fuelling your body correctly:

Healthy Mind

As well as looking after your body it is also important to look after you mind. Here are a variety of resources offering advice on how you can do this.

How to look after your mental health using exercise - 


Walking is simple, free, and one of the easiest ways to get more active. It can also do wonders for your mental health.  Being active has a whole range of benefits when it comes to mental wellbeing. It improves self-esteem, mood and sleep quality, and it reduces stress, anxiety and fatigue.

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