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Woodanilling Wellness Classes

These classes are designed to help keep our community Healthy, Happy and Active for longer.

To do this we will be holding 1 hour weekly classes with focus split between physical fitness and general health and wellbeing. With speakers from multiple fields and disciplines coming to discuss ways to improve your health and take care of yourself.

With 30mins of Exercise and 30mins with our visiting specialists we hope you will find these classes are just the inspiration you need to put your health first.

It is important to register your interest please contact the Shire of Woodanilling on (08) 9823 1506 or email reception@woodanilling.wa.gov.au

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