We’re so pleased to be able to announce the second of our amazing guest speakers with you! Steve Morley is a Cambridge-based Inclusive Sports Coach with extensive knowledge of the benefit of sport for mental health.
Steve has extensive experience in coaching Disability Sport gained over 25 years’ working as a Sports Coach. His chosen sport is Badminton where he holds a Level 3 coaching qualification. However, he is also a qualified coach in Boccia, Wheelchair Basketball, Table Cricket, Athletics and as a Gym Instructor. In addition, he holds Level 3 qualifications in Adapting Exercise for People with Disabilities and works as a guest lecturer, trainer and Disability Awareness Tutor.
He has for many years run programmes for Mental Health Service users and has been heavily involved in facilitating and coaching at numerous disability festivals, taster sessions and sport camps.
Steve set up and runs CADMuS, which is a weekly adult disability multi-sport club in Cambridge.
He runs his own Sports Consultancy promoting Inclusive sport and is a trustee with the charity STEEL BONES.
Steve is passionate about sport and making it accessible to all.
In his spare time, he is a keen long-distance runner and is currently training for the second part of a three-part Ultra Challenge, which is a 74K (46 miles) run from Mid Suffolk to the North Norfolk Coast. He has already achieved Part 1, which was a 50K (31 miles) run and for part 3 he will next summer be taking on a 100K (62 miles) run to complete the challenge.
Steve is married to Clyrene, has a Daughter, three grandchildren and a cat called Sam.
Oh, and as a young boy, he used to work in a Circus. True.