Her Moves is designed to inspire and support more teenage girls to be active. It’s about empowering all young women, building confidence and providing motivation to find something that gets you moving. This is a community for all teenage girls to join and
FIND SOMETHING THAT MOVES YOU!
We have a wide selection of fun events and programmes for YOU to enjoy! Keep an eye out on our HUB and on our social channels for any upcoming events, programmes or classes near you.
These gym sessions are a fun, non competitive way for teen girls to keep fit, make friends and learn new skills. This teen fitness class aims to introduce young people to the gym environment and build up their confidence in using the equipment in the gym.Find out more
Gym Moves Monaghan programme is aimed at inactive teenage girls to become more competent in the gym setting. The 6-week programme will show girls correct techniques to perform when working out and will provide girls with knowledge and experience that will increase their confidence when on the gym floor.Find out more
This amazing new initiative by Table Tennis Ireland is targeting girls aged 12-18 years old and is currently being piloted in schools and youth groups in Ulster. The concept of this innovative new programme is to combine the skills of art with the sport of table tennis!Find out more
The Lakins Misline in the Sky Programme is a water-based programme for teenage girls from the Meath Traveller Workshop. It includes: Swim Lesson, Water Activities/Games and Canoeing/ Paddle Sports.Find out more
The aim of the Skills4Girls Camp is to provide top tips for girls on how to effectively practice their skills along with simple lifestyle tips to help improve their overall Gaelic football enjoyment.Find out more
We are delighted to announce a New Her Moves Programme! Offaly Sports have announced a selection of new kayaking programmes are returning this summer following the huge success last year🌊Find out more
The Camogie Association is thrilled to have been awarded funding to run a pilot teenage camp combining camogie with other activities!Find out more
Join Her Moves and Teen Connect in Castlebar on June 24th for an unmissable event! Discover Lough Lannagh with a paddle in hand, try some exciting activities on land, then all topped off with a SPARTY on Skates!Find out more
These gym sessions are a fun, non competitive way for teen girls to keep fit, make friends and learn new skills.Find out more
Mayo Sports Partnership in Partnership with Achill Outdoor, Surf Mayo and HER Moves are delighted to launch our Teen Girls Surfing Programme as part of the #HERMoves campaign.Find out more
We are delighted to announce that Tennis Ireland have started a new Her Moves programme, Serve Swap! Find out more
This booklet discusses the different types of period products available to help you manage your period better. Designed to be used by all young females who are maybe experiencing their first period or new to periods.
Designed to debunk some of the most common myths we hear time and time again. To be used by all female athletes, whether you’re training for fun or performing at an elite level.
This November Karate Ireland ran the 3rd event in their “In Conversation and Training With” series. The series was envisaged as part of O.N.A.K.A.I., a National Governing Body for Karate Ireland’s WIS Women in Karate Programme. See review below of the programme!sRead More
Leah Hough and Holly Ogilvie both recently competed at the Kayaking World Championships. Our guest writer, Anais O' Donovan spoke to Leah and Holly about how they fell in love with Kayaking and water sports and why getting active in their own way is so important to them!Read More
We’re so excited to have teamed up with Barbara Bennett to create personalised Her Moves Shoes! We spoke to Barbara this week about the collaboration and her relationship with physical activity and how her mindset has changed in recent years!Read More
“Sport has and always will play a major part in my life; it has supported me through major changes in my life and has given me a new focus when I felt like I was ready to give up.” - Uliana Lysych.Read More