Health & Wellbeing

Hatha Yoga

With physiotherapist, Laurie Lacey. Every Thursday during school terms, 10:15am to 11:30am.

Includes spinal care, deep relaxation, and gentle stretching.

$15 (full) / $12 (concession).

Please contact Laurie on 9481 0059.



DAO & Tai Chi

Tai chi and meditation to assist with mental clarity, reducing stress and increasing energy, balance and stamina.

Call Glenys 0402 849 626, or email




AMA Yoga

Mondays, 9:30am to 10:30am, during the school term.

Designed to strengthen, lengthen and integrate the body.

Please contact Amanda 0412 653 287, or email



On-The-GO Fitness – Pilates

Pilates for all 8pm Mondays

Mums’ Pilates from 8:30pm on Thursdays

Pilates assists in core activation, posture and alignment. All welcome.

Please contact Ange on 0417 525 672, or email





Matwork Pilates with Kishore Ryan

Kishore began Pilates classes after injuring his back in 2012. As a result, his back pain disappeared entirely and he also grew an inch taller. He completed Fundamentals of Anatomy (2013) and Certificate IV in Pilates Matwork Instruction (2014) at National Pilates Training in Melbourne’s CBD and is currently upgrading to their Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction. Classes adhere to the philosophy and principles developed by Joseph Pilates but follow a modern method as taught by National Pilates. Beginning with the foundations of breathing, alignment and centering, the matwork classes are adapted to the specific needs, body type, weaknesses and strengths of the students.

Please contact Kishore on 0431 483 309, or email



Wednesdays 6.15 – 7.15pm


Please contact Cassidy on 0448 842  226, or email



creativity in motion

Adult Yoga and Creative Dance Classes

Imagine combining the strength of yoga with the spirit of improvised dance and you have: Creativity in Motion.

$5 – $12 per class.

Please contact Teresa on 0409 011 749.



Saturday 15 September 2018, 2pm – 4pm

Gold coin donation; bookings essential

Creeping stiffness and aching joints are considered as a normal part of ageing. Known as Painful Obstruction Syndrome in Oriental Medicine, arthritis can be treated in a variety of ways. In this workshop we will discuss changes in joints associated with Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. We will also explore how Oriental Medicine understands and treats different types of pain associated with Painful Obstruction Syndrome, and some simple home remedies.

Please contact Christine on 0400 781 498, or email

Social meander through the park

Free walking club meets for a gentle meander through local park lands and streets. All ages and fitness levels welcome.

Currently looking for a new volunteer to lead the group. Please contact Jika on 9482 5100 to register your interest.