Welcome to the Health and Wellbeing department.

Our team of highly qualified and experienced coaches are on a mission to support Rotherham residents to lead a healthy, happy, and long life.

Emma Schofield
Health and Wellbeing Manager

‘It’s not that some have willpower and some don’t. It’s that some are ready to change and some are not’

With a degree in Sports Science, 15 years coaching experience, and qualifications in exercise referral, cardiac rehab, later life training, weight management, and nutrition Emma has a wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure the team are providing high quality opportunities for all ages and abilities to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Ryan Canadine
Health and Wellbeing Coordinator

‘A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love. These things cannot be bought – they must be earned’

Ryan is a qualified FA level 2 football coach, a Level 2 chair based exercise instructor and is currently studying a sport and fitness degree. Ryan has been working at the trust for a combination of 12 years gaining a wealth of knowledge during that time. He has a vast range of experience working with older adults delivering activities such as seated exercise and coffee mornings, activities for participants living with mental health issues, and healthy lifestyle programmes educating young participants on how to gain a healthier lifestyle and become more active. Ryan uses the power of football to engage and inspire the community of Rotherham.

Mark White
Health and Wellbeing Coach

‘Our health is something we often take for granted, but, there are some things in life that should never be taken for granted – Don’t ever let somebody tell you that you can’t do something’

Being a qualified sports nutritionist with coaching badges in several sports, including football and fitness instructor, Mark is well placed to support you on your healthy lifestyle journey. Add to that over 20 years coaching experience across all age groups, and you know you are in safe hands.

Hollie Webb
Health and Wellbeing Coach

‘Without self belief, nothing can be accomplished. With it, nothing is impossible’

Hollie is currently in the final year of her nutrition and wellbeing degree, and has volunteering experience in several nutrition-related roles. She’s also a level 2 qualified fitness instructor and aims to combine her love of food and fitness to help people live healthier, happier lifestyles.


Head in the game – Adults mental health support

Man v Fat – Mens weight loss football league

Fit Millers – Adult weight loss programme

Social Prescribing Service – 1:1 support service for adults

Adult Yoga & Tai Chi classes

Living with & beyond cancer

Mature Millers – Activities for the seniors

Projects in this sector

See what courses & workshops you can get involved with