Making moves to put the “all” in physically active.
The Movement for All (M4A) Lab aims to put the ‘all’ in physically active. Our work focuses on the co-creation of trainings, tools, interventions, and experiential learning opportunities for students, practitioners, and peers to support people with chronic disease and disability to be physically active. At the core of our methods, we work to meaningfully engage community and clinician partners throughout the research process and ensure our work gives back to those who the research is intended for.
Our work has three areas of focus:
1) Implementing experiential learning opportunities in community-based exercise settings
2) Co-developing knowledge translation tools to promote and prescribe physical activity across diverse populations
3) Advancing the methods and practice of physical activity counselling and tailoring