Each term we have one or two social events organised for all the class participants to attend. We will often go for a meal in one of Bendigo's fine dining eateries. Sometimes we organize to go for a walk/ stroll and chat beforehand. We have met in Rosalind Park on a Sunday morning and collectively performed our Wu Tao dances in the presence of the magnificent trees and bird life in the summer break. We have had picnics in the park and stretched and danced our way to good health.
The next Social Events will be held on:
Tuesday 26th March 6:30pm - Bendigo Pottery Function Centre $22 for adults. All welcome: bring partners, friends etc.
146 Midland Highway Epsom 5448-3676
Wednesday 3rd April 12noon
948 Wellington Street, Strathfieldsaye 3551 5439-4255
Come along, have a meal and a pleasant chat to other fitness enthusiasts.
Sign up in the gym. You can always email if you can't get to gym.
(If you book then need to cancel, please let the venue know.)
The two social events this term (term 2 2013) were a gastronomical delight, especially dessert at the Axedale Tavern, and even better was the camaraderie and friendship that was amongst those who attended. Thank you for a most enjoyable time.
Karin's Favourite Sayings
“When you follow your bliss you live in a constant space of joy.
You open yourself to the abundance of the Universe.
You’re excited to share your life with those you love and your excitement,
your passion, your bliss becomes contagious….”
“Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being,
while movement and methodical physical exercise saves it and preserves it.“
“............ if you really and sincerely and passionately want to do something
(and wholeheartedly, with the whole of your sincerest self) it is by doing that
that you will be most useful, will be giving the most, will be of most individual value.”
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
“The man who does things makes mistakes, but he who doesn't makes the biggest mistake of all ------- nothing."
The 4 P’s
PORTRAY – portray a positive image of yourself which will reflect in your lifestyle.
PRACTISE - as you practice good habits of posture, this will carry over and unconsciously reflect in how you move through your day.
PROTECT - the key to protecting your body from aches and pains is good posture.
PREVENT - good posture provides you with a prevention strategy against wear and tear, for the long term health of your body.
“Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional and mental states.”