Cancer Rehab is a programme to help people affected by cancer make physical activity a part of their routine.

Taking part in physical activity before, during and after cancer treatment can play a huge role in enabling you to take back control. Evidence shows that physical activity is largely safe and being active can help to prevent a recurrence of cancer, slow disease progression, as well as, reducing the side effects and consequences of cancer treatment, such as fatigue and depression. Find out more at Macmillan.

Classes are led by specially trained instructors; exercises are adaptable to provide an individualised physical activity programme. Our instructors are always on hand to offer you guidance and support throughout.


Face to Face Classes

Inverness Leisure:

Tuesdays – 1330-1430

Thursdays – 1330-1430

These classes focus on building up muscular strength and general fitness, to support the activities of everyday life.


Online Classes

Tuesdays – 1500-1600

This class is a moderate intensity class based on building up muscular strength to support the activities of everyday life, improving balance and coordination.

Participants of the online classes will require a tablet, smart phone, or computer with a camera to take part.


How do I join?

To access our classes, you will require a highlife card which can be obtained via our online joining page.  We offer a variety of flexible memberships including all-inclusive, budget and pay as you go.

Once your membership is set up you will be able to book onto the classes that you wish to attend.


Face to Face bookings can be made by contacting the leisure centre or by clicking here.

Online classes can be booked by clicking here.

For more information, please contact the Active Health team via email: [email protected]