|TAI CHI FOR ARTHRITIS @ The Midway Centre, Gol Gol||11:00 AM to 12:00 PM||TAI CHI is an ancient and gentle Chinese exercise that is practised around the world. It involves slow, controlled movements that improve flexibility, muscle strength, balance and fitness. Studies show that Tai Chi helps to reduce pain and stiffness felt by people with arthritis. Benefits of Tai Chi include: helps to relieve pain and stiffness; relieves stress; improves concentration; improves balance; improves posture; decreases blood pressure; improves immunity; provides an enhanced sense of wellbeing. Training is provided by Primary Health staff who have completed their Tai Chi for Arthritis Instructors Course.
WHERE: The Midway Centre, Gol Gol
WHEN: Wednesday mornings
ENQUIRIES: Contact Raelene or Nicole at Dareton Primary Health on 03 5021 7200. Please note: Anyone who has had joint replacement surgery requires a clearance from their General Practitioner prior to commencing these classes.
|Psychiatry Clinics||1:00 PM to 4:00 PM||Psychiatry clinics 1.00pm to 4.00pm. Full assessment required by the Mental Health Team before an appointment can be made with the Psychiatrist. For further information please call 0880801554 or call into Primary Health at the Broken Hill Health Service.|
|PRIME TIME @ Memorial Room, Wentworth Visitor Information Centre, Wentworth||1:30 PM to 3:30 PM||PRIME TIME is a health and wellbeing group that meets monthly for women in the "Prime of their LIfe" (60+ years). PRIME TIME is about improving and maintaining your social, physical and emotional health and well-being. It is about staying connected. Guest speakers will facilitate an informal chat about the topic for the day, which may include: discussions about travel, legal,dietician, mental health, wills, Centrelink and other varied topics.
COST: Free. A gold coin towards afternoon tea is appreciated.
WHERE: Memorial Room, Visitors Centre, 66 Darling Street, Wentworth
WHEN: First Wednesday of each month
Contact Deb Everett at Dareton Primary Health on 03 5021 7200 or your primary health worker for more information.