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Dru Yoga Class – Bunbury

Dru Yoga is a very gentle, accessible, and inclusive style of flowing yoga with some similarities to Tai Chi. Can be modified and adapted and even done with a chair for balance or sitting. Dru Yoga encourages you to move your body, improve your balance and strengthen your legs. It is ageless and suitable for every ‘body’.

You will be taught by Nicky who has worked with older adults in the community care sector and has also facilitated Living Well: Chronic Disease Self Management programs that included gentle exercise, progressive muscle relaxation and mindfulness.

Dru Yoga Class – Bunbury

Dru Yoga is a very gentle, accessible, and inclusive style of flowing yoga with some similarities to Tai Chi. Can be modified and adapted and even done with a chair for balance or sitting. Dru Yoga encourages you to move your body, improve your balance and strengthen your legs. It is ageless and suitable for every ‘body’.

You will be taught by Nicky who has worked with older adults in the community care sector and has also facilitated Living Well: Chronic Disease Self Management programs that included gentle exercise, progressive muscle relaxation and mindfulness.

Bunbury Seniors Computer Club

We provide information and training in response to members’ needs in various kinds of computer hardware and devices – as well as information and training in various software programs and apps.

Margaret River Mens Shed

The Margaret River Men’s Shed Inc was established to support men’s psychological, physical, spiritual and intellectual needs by providing the opportunity for men to meet together in a workshop environment, to participate in practical activities, undertake projects, learn new skills and socialise with each other.

Dru Yoga Class – Capel

Dru Yoga is a very gentle, accessible, and inclusive style of flowing yoga with some similarities to Tai Chi. Can be modified and adapted and even done with a chair for balance or sitting. Dru Yoga encourages you to move your body, improve your balance and strengthen your legs. It is ageless and suitable for every ‘body’.

You will be taught by Nicky who has worked with older adults in the community care sector and has also facilitated Living Well: Chronic Disease Self Management programs that included gentle exercise, progressive muscle relaxation and mindfulness.

Dru Yoga Class – Gelorup

Dru Yoga is a very gentle, accessible, and inclusive style of flowing yoga with some similarities to Tai Chi. Can be modified and adapted and even done with a chair for balance or sitting. Dru Yoga encourages you to move your body, improve your balance and strengthen your legs. It is ageless and suitable for every ‘body’.

You will be taught by Nicky who has worked with older adults in the community care sector and has also facilitated Living Well: Chronic Disease Self Management programs that included gentle exercise, progressive muscle relaxation and mindfulness.

Bunbury Multicultural Group

The Bunbury Multicultural Group is a non-profit group comprised entirely of volunteers from various ethnic backgrounds and organises events and projects throughout the greater Bunbury and south west region of Western Australia that welcome the community’s participation and attendance.

Our VISION is:

“To promote a community that welcomes cultural diversity and fosters a spirit of friendship and understanding between different cultural groups”

with a MISSION to

“provide opportunities for people from diverse cultural backgrounds to share their culture and learn about others, through the provision of vibrant, contemporary services and activities within our community.”

The events, projects and social gatherings also provide an excellent informal opportunity for new migrants and refugees to network in the community.

We are always looking for volunteers to assist us with our activities so if you’re interested in being involved please email us or fill out this contact form or for festival volunteering fill out the form at this link.

If you would like to be kept abreast of our activities please join us on Facebook or email us on admin@bunburymulticulturalgroup.com.au to be put on our mailing list.

 

Qigong and Tai chi – Bunbury

Qigong/Tai Chi is a series of exercises which form the corner stone of Traditional Chinese Medicine and were developed over 5000 years ago by the Taoist Monks in China. The exercises are designed to move the vital energy or Qi as the Chinese call it around the body. With the free flowing of the Qi through the body illness and disease can be avoided. Apart from the medicinal and obvious physical value of the exercises they are also very meditative leading to a very calm and still mind which is great for anxiety and depression. The exercises are easy to learn and suitable for people of all ages and capability.

 

Stay On Your Feet® is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the Western Australian Department of Health.

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