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Tai Chi – Eaton

Sun Style Tai Chi is an enjoyable exercise which is easy to learn and safe for all ages. Studies have shown Tai Chi relieves pain and improves quality of life.

Tai Chi – Bunbury

Tai Chi classes Monday 1.30pm. For more details contact Amanda: 9721 4988.

Bunbury Exercise Classes

Exercise classes run by Community Home Care.

Bunbury: 8:45am Tues and Thurs
Community Home Care

Australind: 9:30am Mon
The Mulgara Community Centre

For more information contact Amanda 9721 4988

Chair Zumba – Bunbury

Chair Zumba Exercise Classes are run fortnightly on Monday’s from 9.45am.

For more information contact Betty McCleary on 9721 4988.

Day Therapy Exercise Classes – Eaton and South Bunbury

Bethanie deliver a number of exercise groups including a balance group and a gentle gym group.

Balance Group:
Tuesday 1pm
Bethanie Eaton Social Centre
111 Eaton Drive, Eaton

Gentle Gym Group:
Tuesday 9.30am
Bethanie Eaton Social Centre
111 Eaton Drive, Eaton

Thursday 9.30am
Bethanie Elanora
37 Hastie Street, South Bunbury

Exercise classes – Harvey

Over 50’s aerobic classes
Tuesday 9 am
Friday 8:30 am
$4 per class and morning tea

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Line Dancing – Collie

The fun and social way to keep active! Try the ChaCha, Rumba, Charleston and more to help improve memory and increase coordination, all in a low impact class. For all ages.

Boyanup Bowling Club

Lawn Bowls are a great opportunity to be active, make new friends and get involved in the social and bowling life offered by clubs. You can really get involved at whatever level appeals to you.

Eaton Probus Club

The Eaton Probus Club is for semi-retired and retired people that aims to keeps minds active and provide an opportunity to meet new people.

The club meets on the 3rd Monday of every month.

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

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Government of Western Australia Department of Health Injury Matters