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We believe in the power of physical activity to enrich lives
Being active has multiple benefits for all ages - from physical health to mental wellbeing. That’s why we’re out there helping kids develop fundamental movement skills, supporting adults to lead healthy and active lifestyles and encouraging retirees to keep on their feet through strength and balance classes. Because it's not just about being active - it's about being active for life.
Building the skills to be active for life
Developing fundamental movement skills at an early age is critical to helping kids find the confidence and motivation to stay active as they grow older. From early childhood to school-aged children, we're there to help lay the foundations.
Green Prescription: supporting healthy lifestyle change
This year our Green Prescription programme empowered more than 1900 clients with the knowledge, skills and community connections to get active and lead healthy lifestyles. Every health journey is a story - Mike was kind enough to share his.
Helping seniors stay on their feet
As we age the impacts of a fall can be far reaching, including a potential loss of independence. Through 70 strength and balance community classes across the Eastern and Western Bay of Plenty, we're encouraging older persons to stay active and on their feet.