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Aboriginal womens exercise group


Types of programs this activity involves: Nutrition and Diet, Physical Activity

Types of program categories this activity involves: Aerobic activity based, Boxing, Circuit class, Diabetes, Group exercise, Gym Based, Healthy Food Choices, Heart Health, Resistance based, Specific Dietary Needs, Strength Based, Weight Loss, Weights

Aerobic activity based, Boxing, Circuit class,Resistance and Strength Based. Diabetes, Group exercise, Combined with health education based on the SNAP (smoking, nutrition, alcohol and physical activity) framework.

Contacts & Location
Person City of cockburn co-health program
Phone 9411 3503


Coobellup community centre. Cordelia Ave
Western Australia, 6000

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Session Details

This activity is ongoing.

This activity has 1 sessions per Week.

This activity has a session length of 1 Hours.

This activity has a start time of 7pm.


There are no prerequisites for this activity.

Participation in this course is free.

  • Physical activity intensity: Low, Medium, None, High
  • Fitness level required: Disability, Any, Low, Medium, High
  • Transport options: Public transport, Community transport, Car
  • Accessibility: Wheelchairs, Visual impairements, Low literacy, Limited English
  • Facilities provided: Childcare facilities, Child minding, Cultural and religious
  • Ungrouped: Carers, Rural and remote
  • Populations: Recently or long term unemployed, Part-time or casual employees, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Culturally and linguistically diverse populations, Older Australians (retirees or pensioners), New wave migrants, People with a disability, Carers
  • Outcomes: Increase physical activity, Increase muscle, General well-being, Healthy food choices
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