Use these videos and podcasts to learn, teach, and inspire! They have been produced by leaders in the field of exercise and living with HIV!


HIV in MOTION – September 2022
Nora Sahel-Gozin, MSc graduate of the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, presents on her research that involved interviews with women living with HIV about their experiences with exercise, body image, cultural expectations, stigma, seeking a gym buddy, and staying active.
Video | 1h 53m 8s

HIV in MOTION – May 2022
Dr Tizneem Jiancaro presents “Love them or leave them? Reflections on consumer grade fitness trackers and exercise for people living with HIV.” at the May 2022 HIV in Motion Community of Practice session.
Video | 16m 49s

HIV in MOTION – February 2022
Natalie St Clair-Sullivan, physiotherapist, with a Masters in Global Health and Clinical Research. She is a part of DevelopingPhysio and lead physio for the Kings Cross Steelers rugby club (UK)
Video | 10m


HIV in MOTION – Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Mindfulness demonstration by Dr Kelly Birtwell (27 minutes)
Video  | 27m

HIV in MOTION – Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Keynote: Physical Activity, HIV and Mindfulness with Dr Graeme Donald, Lecturer in Nursing, University of Manchester
Video | 34mns

HIV in MOTION – Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Panel Discussion: Physical activity, HIV and Mindfulness
Video | 46m

HIV in MOTION, Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Dr Adria Quigley leads us on a mindfulness practice.
Video | 23m

HIV in MOTION, Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Dr Jaime Vera MD presents on his work on combined HIV and geriatrics clinic, The Silver Clinic, in Brighton, UK.
Video | 36m

HIV in MOTION, Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Panel discussion: Exercise, cognitive health and Living with HIV
Video | 31m

HIV in MOTION, Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Dr Kyle Vader, Queen University, Ontario Canada presents on physical activity and HIV in a panel with UK and Canadian persons living with HIV.
Video | 43m

HIV in MOTION, Tuesday, February  2, 2021
Dr. Kristine Erlandson MD MS Associate Professor, University of Colorado presents on physical activity and living with HIV followed by a Panel Discussion with persons with lived experience.
Video | 42m


HIV in MOTION, Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Listen to the podcast of our 1st HIV in MOTION Community of Practice
Podcast | 55m


HIV and exercise: Beginnings
How the HIV in Motion study got started. Get the ins and outs of the scientific research with Dr Kelly O’Brien and John Sauriol
HIV and Exercise: Beginnings 21 Dec 2017 | 1h 2m

What it takes to be well-nourished
Ten Steps to a Healthy Weight with Nema McGlynn
What it takes to be well-nourished | 21 Dec 2017 | 56m 19s

Mindfulness stress reduction
Mindfulness and HIV and how to use mindfulness to cultivate flourishing with Bill Gayner
Mindfulness Stress Reduction | 21 Dec 2017 | 44m

Sleep health and hygiene
Sleep, fatigue, sleep disorders, HIV and insomnia and managing insomnia with Tyler Tulloch
Sleep health and hygiene | 21 Dec 2017 | 50m 10s

HIV and neurocognitive health
Understanding HIV and neurocognitive health with Dr Sean Rourke
HIV and neurocognitive health | 21 Dec 2017 | 32m 25s

Complementary and alternative therapies in HIV
Understanding naturopathic medicine and the management of HIV with Kieran Cooley
Complementary and alternative therapies in HIV | 21 Dec 2017 | 44m 7s

HIV and physiotherapy
HIV and physiotherapy: what’s the connection with Puja Ahluwalia |
HIV and physiotherapy