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Stepping it Out program

Women's Walking Groups, supporting women to keep physically and mentally healthy.

WOMEN'S Healthworks have a number of walk locations where you can join other motivated women. The walks vary in length, cater to all levels of fitness and are FREE!

Stay for a coffee and a chat after the walk! New members are always welcome.

Butler - Butler Community Centre, (Cnr Connolly Dve & Kingsbridge Blvd),  Mondays at 9.00am. (1st Monday in every month meet at 8:30am instead to car pool to other locations)

Joondalup - WOMEN'S Healthworks, Tuesdays at 9.00am.

Duncraig - Child Health Clinic, Marri Rd, Thursday 9.45am.

Want to stay indoors? Then mall walking is for you!

Whitfords City Shopping Centre meet @ The Body Shop, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 9.00am

Joondalup Lakeside Shopping City meet @ the Food Court (bottom of escalators), Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9.00am

For further details on any of the walks or health and wellbeing workshops please contact 9300 1566.

Email: Walking@womenshealthworks.org.au or visit our website www.womenshealthworks.org.au

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