Seniors Week in The Hills
Seniors Week is just around the corner and The Hills Shire Council has put together an action-packed line-up of events, activities and workshops which will have you celebrating everything that makes The Hills such a great place to live, grow and be with family and friends.
This year Council invites you to celebrate the special week, starting on April 3, at a group exercise session at Waves Fitness and Aquatic Centre and Bernie Mullane Sports Complex where you will be challenged with functional movements using bodyweight and resistance exercises.
Keep yourself safe with the falls prevention workshop where therapists will talk you through essential tips, ideal equipment and simple exercises to avoid injuries.
Explore Sydney’s Garden Shire with a bushwalk at Caddies Creek or Cattai Creek and immerse yourself in the beautiful native flora and fauna The Hills has to offer.
Discover the rich history of The Hills with a tour of Roughley House or experience the Outback Show at Tobruk Sheep Station.
Listen to a speaker from essential Health Chiro talk about exercise, nutrition and the body at the Health and Wellness Clinic at Waves Fitness and Aquatic Centre, plus gain free access to blood pressure and fitness testing on the day.
Get moving with a physio and gym session at Bernie Mullane Sports Complex where you can engage in an open forum with The Hills Physiotherapy and participate in a workout class.
Learn how to live life to the fullest and how to use meditation and mindfulness to maintain a healthy mind with the ‘how your thinking keeps you young’ talk at your local library.
Indulge in a movie with free screenings of Rampage and Finding Your Feet, both with morning tea provided.
And, discover the benefits of hydrotherapy for arthritis at the ‘Arthritis and Hydrotherapy Treatment’ talk at the Hospital for Specialist Surgery. Seniors Week runs from Tuesday, April 3, to Friday, April 13.
For more information or to register for one or more events, visit www.thehills.nsw. gov.au and search ‘seniors week’.