Social Enterprise

Envolve Wellness is a Social Enterprise which brings tailored exercise programmes to those individuals, charities, and organisations, living and working with long term health conditions and additional needs.

Nora Ma
Specialising in helping

Specialising in helping those with:

Autism, Parkinson’s, Dementia, joint conditions individuals at risk of falls. Inclusive and affordable with packages to suit everyone.

With roots in community projects our qualified instructors and support staff bring their own experience as carers and advocates into their role


We empower people with additional needs and carers to overcome their barriers to be more active. We do this by providing outcome-driven exercise programmes designed around inclusion and personalisation, supporting people to move more, move better and feel more confidence

Exercise On-Demand for Adults

Interactive Exercise On Demand to support people over the age of 50s or in vulnerable health via online delivery and email to maintain and improve their physical & mental health wellbeing at home during challenging time.


Carer’s Well-Being Vitality Project

Carer’s Wellbeing Vitality project empowers carers with simple, realistic and effective solutions to improve their physical, mental and social health wellbeing. The project offers accessible, effective classes for those who are short on time. The project also provides a community for carers to access tips and advice on weight loss, renewing energy, hormones, stress management,...


Parkinson’s Boxercise

Parkinson’s Boxercise sessions give people living with Parkinson’s a wonderful opportunity to be more active, whilst being sensitive to any physical limitations caused by the condition.   Focusing on strength, endurance, balance and stability, these exercises enable you to live life more fully and independently, both physically and cognitively. Sessions use a combination of physiotherapy...


Autism-Friendly Boxercise for Families

A community focused project, autism-friendly workshops designed to support the family to become active together and enjoy a variety of targeted and fun activities from sparring and resistance drills to training functional and agility skills, adapted to develop strength and focus, reduce social anxiety and build confidence


Dance for Dementia (online)

Specifically adapted session use language of dance to stimulate neuropathy and to create a sense of belonging and happiness in which to improve people’s physical and neuro functioning.