10th January, 2019 | by Sonya Marshall

        For Children who don’t meet national physical activity guidelines   FREE Pilot Program Paediatric Exercise   Paediatric Orientation Afternoon Day:  Thursday January 24  Time:  3—4 pm  Target population:  7—14 years   Parents and Children are invited to attend an informative orientation session about the Pilot Paediatric Program to be conducted during February 2019…. Read more »


    3rd January, 2019 | by Sonya Marshall

      Healthy Eating And Active Lifestyle Course commences:  Tuesday January 15 Time:  12pm and 6pm Length of course:  8 weeks The objective of this course is to understand exactly what you are eating and how to make educated choices so you have control over your diet Learn to write a Food Diary.  Most people see… Read more »

  • Green Apple Social Club Christmas Party 2018

    3rd December, 2018 | by Sonya Marshall

    Fantastic time had by all!! 2018 Green Apple Social Christmas Party   The Green Apple Social Club Christmas Party was held on Saturday November 24 at the Pine Rivers Bowls Club.  A fantastic time was had by all.  The Club put on an amazing spread of roast ham and poached chicken with lots of baked… Read more »

  • Exercise Right Light Lunch – Women’s Health Week

    22nd August, 2018 | by Sonya Marshall

     Are You Coming?   EXERCISE RIGHT LIGHT LUNCHEON  WOMEN’S HEALTH WEEK Wed Sept 5, 2018   11am—1pm   Free to Attend Light Luncheon All Welcome to attend  –  Bring a friend   Program: 11am                 Meet and Greet              11.10am            Presentation from Bridie O’Connell, Exercise Physiologist  11.20am            Presentation from Joyce Gasking, Exercise… Read more »

  • Bridie’s Presentation at Exercise Right Luncheon

    23rd July, 2018 | by Sonya Marshall

    Bridie’s Presentation at Exercise Right Luncheon    What is a preventable disease? Indicators of  preventable disease Chronic diseases are becoming more and more common in Australia. In fact, 50% of Australian’s are classified as having 1 or more chronic disease and for those aged over 65 this number increases to 87%. Chronic diseases quite often… Read more »