Health Screening Questionnaire

Thank you for reading our health screening questionnaire for online activities. Please read the following questions, answering either ‘YES or ‘NO’ to each question.

  • Has a doctor ever said that you have a heart condition or that you should only do physical activity recommended by a doctor?
  • Do you ever experience chest or arm pain either at rest or during physical activity/exertion?
  • Do you lose balance because of dizziness or loss of consciousness?
  • Do you have any joint or bone problems that are made worse by physical activity?
  • Do you have high/low blood pressure?
  • Is your doctor currently prescribing medication for your blood pressure or any heart condition?
  • Are you a diabetic taking medication?
  • Are you or could you be pregnant?
  • Do you experience asthma or any breathing difficulties when exercising?
  • Do you know of any other reason why you should not take part in physical activity?

If you answered ‘YES’ to one or more questions, you should consult with your GP/medical practitioner to clarify that it is safe for you to be physically active during the online activities.

If you have answered ‘NO’ to ALL of the questions, it is reasonable to assume you are safe to participate in physical activity, gradually building up from your current level and only performing the exercises you feel comfortable with. Please remember that all exercise participation involves a risk of injury.

To register for an online event, please visit the Eventbrite website. When registering, complete all the required fields (name, email address) and ‘tick’ the box located on the registration page to confirm you have read the above questions and you have either answered ‘NO’ to ALL questions or you have consulted with your GP/medical practitioner before participation.

If your medical status changes at any time or you are experiencing minor complaints such as muscle tightness/soreness please speak to the class instructor before starting the class so they can advise you on modifications to your practice. They may ask you to sought consultation with a medical practitioner where necessary.