Steady Steps

Alongside health and care partners, we offer a free postural stability exercise programme called Steady Steps.

Alongside health and care partners, we are implementing a free postural stability exercise programme called Steady Steps with support from each of the localities across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.

Steady Steps is a 24-week programme tailored to those who have previously fallen or worry about falling and is designed to help improve balance and stability. Delivered by Level 4 specialised Postural Stability Instructors, the classes are tailored to each individual's abilities and will progress in difficulty throughout the programme.

People are eligible for the Steady Steps programme if they are aged over 65, are at risk of falling (e.g. have a high fear or falling or poor balance) or have fallen less than three times in the past 12 months.

For the advanced Steady Steps plus sessions please contact your local co-ordinator for more information.

Pre-booking is required for all Steady Steps courses and local inclusion criteria are applicable. Due to the nature of the programme there will be a final intake date for all programmes.

Please contact the relevant coordinator for further information, found within each session listed.






Chloe Bradshaw

0116 2727742


Will Blanche

01509 634966


Kate Gardiner

07818 580419


Julie Mansfield

07990 136242


David Hayton-Hill

07896 856258

North West Leicestershire

Tom Bodle

[email protected]

01530 454735

Oadby & Wigston

Lucie Mugridge

07464 091190


Danielle Adams

01572 720936

For Leicester please go to the following website-

Further Information & Resources

For more information, please contact:

Lucy Baginskis

Lucy Baginskis

Sports Development Officer

Active Together

I am working flexibly in the office or at home, therefore please contact me via email or phone number provided.

My areas of responsibility are:

01509 564875

To face the challenges we see in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and to deliver our plans to meet them, health organisations have created Better Care Together - a Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (an STP). The partnership is working closely with local authorities, too.