Mooloolah Soccer Club
Sat 28th Jan & Sat 4th Feb 9am - 11am
at the soccer fields, Mooloolah Connection Rd, Glenview
‘Come and Try’
is available on both ‘Sign On’ days AGM 5pm 31st January at Clubhouse
Family e l b a d r o f Af Football
Join up, Sign on Tai Chi moves keep us young
Looking for an activity to help you stay young in body and mind? More and more people of all ages are turning to the ancient Chinese art of tai chi. And various support groups helping people with diabetes, back pain, arthritis, obesity and stress-management, are encouraging people to try tai chi. “Taoist Tai Chi is specifically designed for health and has great benefits for balance, coordination, flexibility, strength and circulation,” said Corinne Williams, a Sunshine Coast instructor with the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Australia. “People think Tai Chi looks so slow and gentle, and it is, but once they try it they discover it is also a demanding exercise for the whole body and mind which can have far-reaching health effects,” Corinne added. Corinne noted that recent medical research shows tai chi can boost immune function, help control the symptoms of conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and fibromyalgia, reduce the risk of falls, improve cardiovascular function, and improve mood and cognitive function. “The personal experiences of our members back up what the research is saying, and more,” Corinne said. Introduced to the western world 40 years ago by Chinese Taoist monk Master Moy Lin-shin, Taoist Tai Chi is designed specifically for holistic health. Based on the ancient teachings of Taoism, Taoist Tai Chi is also known as a moving meditation and many practitioners experience a deep calm while doing the set. The Taoist Tai Chi Society of Australia is non-profit, volunteer and charitable organization. The instructors are all volunteers and motivated by their desire to share the benefits they have themselves received. For more information about joining a new beginner courses in Beerwah, Caloundra, Woombye, Coolum, Maroochydore, or Buderim, visit www.taoist.org.au, call 0432 761 043 and leave a message, or email email@example.com.
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Mooloolah Soccer Club offers an environment where the whole family can enjoy playing soccer at an affordable price. We also encourage equal game time for all players and have qualified coaches to help players to develop their skills. All new players need to bring along a Birth Certificate or School ID. New Senior players also need to bring two passport photos.
Players registration fees are: Under 6 - Under 8
$110 Under 9 - Under 10 it $130 For all information vis Under 11 - Under 17 m .co lub $150 www.mooloolahsoccerc Seniors Men's/Over 35’s $170 Parent Le vy $30 Ladies $130 (Volunteer 3 tim
es for refund)
For more information contact Gus Gillespie 0405 125 662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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& Get moving Get your body moving
In 2017 the Beerwah Heart Foundation walkers will continue to meet at the Library car park at 6.30am each week day (except public holidays) for their group walks. New walkers are always welcome. And remember, regular walking is not just good for your heart, it's also excellent for your brain's health. Most walks are fairly easy, but very occasionally they will do something a little more adventurous such as the track around the base of Tibrogargan, or a walk in the Delarcha National Park. If you would like to know more, contact Peter 5438 7675.
Rock and Roll Dancing classes Peachester Hall will rock on Thursday nights starting on January 19 from 6.30pm to 9.30pm when the Kilcoy Social Dance Group restarts their classes for 2017. Cost to attend is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children, and bring a plate to share for supper. For more information, contact Rebecca on 0437 050 770.
Little Kickers at Landsborough Little Kickers is a locally based soccer training program that caters for kids aged 18 months through to seven years. Run locally every Saturday at Landsborough State School, the pressure free program offers kids of every ability the chance to have fun, socialise with others and learn the game of soccer in an encouraging environment. Sunshine coast local Alex Ollier, who has been coaching kids for six years, says the program offers three 45 minute aged-based classes a week. ‘Mega Kickers’ is on at 8.00am (ages five to seven), ‘Junior Kickers’ starts at 9.00am (ages two to three and a half) and ‘Mighty Kickers’ is at 10.00am (three and half through to five years). “It’s a great introduction to sport as well as a fantastic way to introduce young kids to working in a team environment – our program is inclusive focussed and we cater for all level of ability and needs as well as social skills. We all have a great time each week!” says coach Alex. The program does not run to school terms and so girls and boys are welcome to join at anytime throughout the year. Classes are billed at $95.00 for 6 weeks or $180.00 for 12 weeks with an additional week free. Free trials available, for more details call Alex on 0458 782 922.
Approved soccer training for kids aged 18 months -7 years
FREE TRIAL Classes Saturday Mornings at Landsborough Primary School
2016 Junior SIGN-ON
Tibro’s Netball Club
Junior Sign On When: Thursday 2nd February 4pm - 6pm
and Saturday 4th February 9am - 12noon
Where: Tibro's Netball Courts
Steve Irwin Way, Glass House Mtns
Fun ay Fit iends r F t w S Ne Make
Minimum deposit due upon Sign-On $100 per player.
LADIES & MIXED NETBALL COMP Commencing Monday 6th February Ladies competition
Sign On available online from 9th January
Commencing Tuesday 7th February
To nominate a team or to join a team please contact: Megan 0412 115 421 - Ladies convenor Tracey 0409 271 282 - Mixed convenor
Get Fit Have Fun Social! proudly supporting local sporting clubs
Saturday 28th Jan, 2017
Where: Maple St Community Kiosk When: 9am - 12pm
Saturday 4th Feb, 2017
Where: Maleny Showgrounds When: 9am - 1pm
Proudly supporting Sporting Groups
Contact: Mark: 0410 566 459 email@example.com
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