Aging well and staying fit

Beach walks for health.

Ageing Well Noosa offers a range of free and low-cost activities for over 65’s to encourage individuals to be healthy and active.

Find out what new activities or workshops are coming up through their e-newsletter, available through the council website.

Produced by Noosa Council, it is a 40- week program supported by Health and Wellbeing Queensland.

This program takes a holistic view of active ageing, working in collaboration with a range of stake holders to promote overall good physical, social, mental and spiritual wellbeing.

The benefits of being active include:

• Age well and enjoy life

• Stay independent

• Meet people and share the company of others

• Reduce the risk of falls

• Maintain healthy bones, muscles and joints

• Improvements in overall health and well-being

• Reduce the risks of chronic disease

Aging well is a low-cost health and wellbeing program to encourage our over 65’s to be healthy and active.

The program includes a low-cost senior’s gentle exercise classes for beginners.

Participants enjoy a free cuppa and biscuits following the class. Improve balance and body strength, and increase joint mobility and flexibility in these friendly classes designed to help reduce arthritic pain, lose weight and thrive while aging.

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