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Lawn bowls

Lawn bowls is a fun and sociable way to improve your balance, endurance, coordination and cognition.

Easy Stretch Chair Yoga & Easy Stretch Gentle Flow Yoga

Easy Stretch Chair Yoga enables you to enjoy the many benefits of Yoga without sitting or lying down on the floor. Become stronger, breathe better, improve posture, increase energy, improve balance. All poses are practiced seated or any standing poses the chair is used as aid to support balance. The class is suitable for anyone who wishes to sit, stretch, strengthen and breathe their way to a happier healthier you.. The meditation, breath and relaxation practices in this class help to ease stress and promote calmness.

Easy Stretch Gentle Flow Yoga is a yoga class that is practiced at a slower pace focusing on stretching all areas of the body, while releasing stress and tension from muscles and joints. Yoga props are used such as Yoga blocks, straps and bolsters are used to support the body to encourage it to release and open safely and comfortably. The benefits of this class are improved strength, posture, balance, flexibility, range of movement, assists in improving circulation and digestion. The meditation, breath and relaxation practices in this class help to ease stress and promote calmness.

Aqua Aerobics Karratha

Aqua Aerobics
One of the most effective and safe ways to get yourself fit and into shape. Exercises are done to rhythmic music standing in chest or deep water. This is a great way to exercise as it causes less stress on the body, bones, and joints.

Aqua Wellbeing (Deep Water)
A fun and enjoyable deep water, low impact workout combining strength, muscle endurance and cardio exercise. As water supports 50% of your body weight, there is less stress being placed on your joints making it ideal for eveeryday fitness levels and rehabilitating exercises. Classes introduce you to working in deep water with a buoyancy belt. Designed to improve balance, core strength and coordination, Aqua WEllbeing will improve circulation, lower your blood pressure and relieve muscle pain.

Line Dancing WA

Visit the Line Dancing WA website to view a database of line dancing classes run in WA.

Port Hedland Tennis Club

Tournaments are held all year round with various social and pennant games.
All ages are welcome.

Pilates Karratha

Pilates is a body-conditioning programme designed to teach efficient movement patterns and provide general wellbeing using controlled exercises and deliberate breathing patterns. Benefits include: increased body awareness, better posture, correction of muscle imbalances, increased core control, improve strength and muscle tone, improve mobility, increase breathing capacity, lower stress level, flatten your stomach, reduce back pain and experience fewer injuries!

Aqua Wellbeing (deep water)

A fun and enjoyable deep water, low impact workout combining strength, muscle endurance and cardio exercise. As water supports 50% of your body weight, there is less stress being placed on your joints making it ideal for everyday fitness levels and rehabilitating exercises. Classes introduce you to working in deep water with a buoyancy belt. Designed to improve balance, core strength and coordination, Aqua Wellbeing will improve circulation, lower your blood pressure and relieve muscle pain.

Group Fitness Aqua Aerobics

Aqua Aerobics is one of the most effective and safe ways to get yourself fit and into shape. Exercises are done to rhythmic music standing in chest-height or deeper water. This is a great way to exercise as it causes less stress on the body, bones and joints.

 

Body Balance

The Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates workout that builds flexibility and strength and leaves you feeling centred and calm. Controlled breathing, concentration and carefully structured series of stretches moves and poses to music create a holistic workout that bring the body into a state of harmony and balance

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

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