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Silver Salties

Silver Salties is a physical activity and social connections initiative for older Australians. It includes accessible, friendly, safe and beneficial activities at the park, clubhouse, beach, pool and surf which cater for older Australians regardless of their age, weight, mobility, fitness and experience. Morning tea afterwards is always encouraged too!

Exergaming

Our Exergaming group offers light exercise to improve your balance and hand-eye coordination, with a friendly group to cheer you on. You don’t need to be tech savvy to have a go and to have a great deal of fun while using your body and your brain in a wide range of interactive games.

Please note that places are limited so bookings are essential.

Move Your Body Falls Prevention Program

The Shire of Mundaring will provide a free six week program specific to older adults aged 60 years and older that are living in the community.
Activities such as Yoga, Pilates, Zumba Gold and Tailored fitness classes will be delivered to encourage community members to move their body.
The activities aim to prevent the risk factors of falls by improving strength, flexibility and balance.

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.

Tai Chi – Karrinyup

Authentic Yang style Tai Chi is an enjoyable and gentle form of exercise with many health benefits, including improved balance, posture, circulation, calmness, coordination and strength.

Tai Chi originated as a martial art and now promotes long life through better health and happiness.
Loose comfortable clothes and footwear are recommended.

‘Diligence, Perseverance, Respect & Sincerity’ – Grandmaster Fu Sheng Yuan (1931 to 2017)

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.

Yoga on the Grass at UWA

For beginners and advanced yogis alike, UWA Sport offers a fully guided practice in a welcoming, peaceful environment. No membership required – just come on down, sign in and enjoy the serenity of outdoor yoga on the beautiful grounds of UWA.

Please bring your own mat, limited mats are available on first come basis. We suggest you bring along your favourite beach towel if you don’t own a yoga mat.

South Perth Senior Citizens Club

The South Perth Senior Citizens Centre and the Manning Senior Citizens Centre provide a wide range of social, recreational, and cultural activities, as well promoting health and well being of seniors.

Manning Senior Citizens Centre

The South Perth Senior Citizens Centre and the Manning Senior Citizens Centre provide a wide range of social, recreational, and cultural activities, as well promoting health and well being of seniors.

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

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