5 Ways to Wellbeing Information Session BE ACTIVE
Posted on: 16.08.2017
The next session in the 5 Ways to Wellbeing program will be held on 23 August with the theme of ‘Be Active’. The ‘Be Active’ session is the third session this project and will include:
- A fun interactive session with West Tigers
- Lucky Door prize - game day experience with West Tigers
- Panel for open discussion includes: Tigers players, PCYC, an Exercise Physiologist from the Health Promotions Service and a young person from the area
- Discussion topics:
- Hear what the players do to stay active
- A balanced approach to nutrition and physical activity
- Benefits of a healthy lifestyle
- Being healthy and happy helps young people become more resilient
General Manager, Luke Johnsonsaid “Being active can be as simple as a regular walk with friends that helps both your mind and body. It doesn’t mean you have to be great at sports; it’s about getting moving, taking control of our health and being positive about your wellbeing.”
“These sessions are supported by the Wollondilly Health Alliance and highlight the importance of working collaboratively to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.”
Council has been holding a number of Wellbeing information sessions other the past few months. Each session is aimed at increasing awareness about wellbeing in the community and to give young people, and their parents, the skills to help them identify issues and seek support.
Sessions are facilitated by Industry Professionals and may include panellists for group discussions.
Date: 23 August
Venue: Bargo Community Hall, 96 Radnor Road, Bargo
Please contact Council’s Community Project Officer Sharon Hartnett on 02 4677 1100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP for the event.