Exercise Health Wellbeing
Langwarrin Community Centre Inc. Incorporation Registration No.: A0027420f
Combat Kai will be returning to Langwarrin Community Centre in 2019. First class back beginning in Term 2, will be Monday evenings on the first Monday after the school holidays. For Kids and adults alike! Combat Kai is a mixed martial art session that has numerous benefits - Builds strength, confidence, self-esteem, respectfulness, self-dicipline, cooperation, teambuilding and much more.
You can ring Cam for more info on 0419 119 613. A warm welcome back Cam!
NATURAL HEALING AND SUPPORT
Meditation, healing, support and discussion group
The aims of our group are:
To promote and use natural healing energy
To meditate as a group
To practice complementary healing arts
To offer support to promote inner peace and wellbeing
To provide a safe, warm and friendly environment for those who seek comfort, company, meditation, relaxation—healing.
Time: 10.00am - 2.30pm
Cost: $5.00 + 40c for bottomless cuppa
Contact: Diana - 0410 525 518
Tamara is a fully qualified Pilates professional and is a member of the Australian Pilates Method Association.
The Pilates Method offers a safe environment for participants to improve posture, alignment and core strength with a focus on mind body connection and awareness.
Pilates offers numerous benefits to everyone for their overall health and well being.
Stay active and healthy this winter by booking in for a studio or Mat Pilates class.
Strength and balance program using resistance & weights, designed for older people. In partnership with Peninsula Health. An assessment by a Physiotherapist is required. "Strength is for Life". Attend one or two sessions per week during school term.
Who will benefit? Older people who do not exercise due to low confidence, fears of falls or chronic health problems.
Langwarrin Community Centre is part of the Agestrong Network, a group of local health professionals and leaders working together to increase safe and suitable strength and balance programs for older people in the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula region.
Starts: 06/02/2019 - Wednesday or Friday
(no sessions on Public Holidays or School Holidays)
Cost: $6.00 per person
Suits beginners to intermediate levels of yoga. Includes yoga postures, gentle stretching, relaxation, breathing and meditation. Enhances well-being and a sense of calm, increasing flexibility and strength, improving self awareness and connecting more deeply within.
Please feel welcome! Sheryn is a qualified Yoga teacher and is registered with Yoga Australia. (Booking is essential)
Starts: Wednesday 06/02/2019
Time: 7.30pm - 8.30pm (During School Term)
Cost: $15.00 per class casual or $65.00 for 5 session pass
BYO Yoga mat/blanket
Contact: Sheryn - 0425 746 858
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese system of slow flowing movements and shifts of balance that strengthens the body and helps in confident ease of movement.
Some of the benefits claimed for tai chi include:Better mood with lower levels of depression, stress, and anxiety.
Greater aerobic capacity and muscle strength. More energy and stamina. Enhanced flexibility, balance, and agility.
Lower blood pressure and improved heart health. Reduced Inflammation. Fewer falls.
Bookings are essential.
Starts: Monday 04/02/2019
Time: 11.00 am-12.30 pm
Cost: $110.00 per term
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CRISIS PHONE CONTACT
Lifeline 13 11 14
Suicide Line 1300 651 251
Kids Help Line 1800 551 800
Mensline 1800 789 978
Peninsula Mental Health Services Triage (24 hours) 1300 792 977
ATAPS Crisis Support Services 1800 859 585