Active Launceston is proudly managed by Healthy Tasmania Pty Ltd. To find out more about Healthy Tasmania click here
Meet us at the Ann St studio's at 8am each Wednesday morning for a half hour walk and some good conversation. The group walks at different paces so you'll all have someone to walk and talk with. Wear comfy shoes! For more information please contact ABC Northern Tas email@example.com
Active Launceston – An overarching group encompassing all Active Launceston programs and initiatives. Call 63 244027 to find out more or find us on Facebook!
Aikido is a modern, non-violent Japanese martial art that was developed early in the 20th century by the late master Professor Morihei Ueshiba, commonly called O Sensei. The Founder passed away in 1969 at the age of eighty six.
Aikido is effective as a martial art but its essence goes beyond the resolution of physical conflict. Based on a background of rigorous training in traditional Japanese jujitsu, Professor Ueshiba spent the latter half of his life developing the art as a means of refining and uplifting human spirit. He succeeded in creating what he then named 'Aikido', 'the Way of Harmony with the Forces and Principles of Nature'. Aikido is a true 'budo', path in which the keen edge of martial training is utilised as a 'Way' to spiritual growth.
INFO: - Address: University of Tasmania, Newnham Campus, Unigym Sports Centre, Newnham Drive, Newnham TAS 7248
Phone: 0457 495 480
Who is it for?
This program is for people who have completed cardiac rehabilitation at the LGH or have been referred by their medical practitioner, and would like to continue exercising in a supportive and monitored environment along with other people who have a similar health condition.
The program is run in a group setting where the exercises are designed to improve strength, balance, cardiorespiratory endurance.
There is a high supervisor to client ratio. (There is a maximum of 12 clients per session who will be
supervised by an accredited Exercise Physiologist as well as by students who are training to be allied
Initial consults are scheduled on a Monday or Tuesday afternoon.
Class options are: Mondays 6pm; Tuesdays 3pm; Wednesdays 9am; and Thursdays 6pm
Exercise Clinic Tamar Lane (Via Newnham Drive), Newnham
45-60 minutes per session
INFO: Dr. Sibella King, AEP
Sibella.King@utas.edu.au Ph: 6324 4005
CHAT is a non-profit community group run by parents for parents
CHAT 'n' WALK - pram walking groups Northern Tasmania
Fun, friendly and free (after annual subs). Catering for all levels of fitness. Perfect for after-pregnancy weight loss and great way to meet other parents
No childcare hassles…..baby comes too!
ALL YOU NEED IS……….
A desire to get fit and meet new friends
some comfortable walking shoes
hat, sunscreen & a water bottle
$10 for annual membership
which covers insurance and gives you CHAT membership benefits
CHAT Northern Regional Coordinator:
Tanya Zaadstra - Ph 6394 4293
Locations of Walks:
Meet at Penny Royal Car Park
Contact Katie – 0438 314 369
PERTH Community Centre
Thursdays at 10am
Phone Emma - 0424 602 942
Phone Sophie - 0439 247 172
Thursdays 10.30 am
Ph 0407 748 766
A variety of walks and events are conducted by volunteers based at the Basin Cottage Volunteer's Centre in Launceston. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator on mobile 0457 784 420 OR 03 6323 3621 OR 6333 0715
GymbaROO Launceston classes provide active and engaging movement opportunities that enable your toddler or pre-school aged child to explore, develop, practice and refine skills essential for healthy neurological development.
The structured program is based on 30 years of research and development and is designed to ensure your child develops the essential foundations for school readiness.
Classes run for 45 min (under 2 year olds) to 60 min (2+, 3, 4, & 5 year old groups). Classes are developmentally appropriate and loads of fun!
CONTACT: www.launcestongymbaroo.com, Facerbook; Gymbaroo Launceston. Ph: 0439 923 634, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The business is located at Newstead Church Hall, 125 Abbott St, Newstead 7250.
Heart Foundation Walking is a network of free community-based walking groups with volunteer Walk Organisers who lead groups in your local area.
The Heart Foundation is taking steps to support Australians to lead active, healthy lives by encouraging them to join or start Heart Foundation Walking groups which are fun and a great way to meet new people.
Walking for at least 30 minutes a day provides a range of heart health benefits including maintaining healthy weight, increased fitness and strength, improved self-esteem and mental health.
Members receive some great benefits including special offers, regular newsletters, incentives and prizes to help keep walkers motivated.
To find out where your nearest group is, or how you can start a new group as a volunteer Walk Organiser, visit http://walking.heartfoundation.org.au/walking/find-walk/ or call 1300 36 27 87.
Hollybank Treetops Adventure operates 7 days a week. Venturing into the forest on a bright, sunny day or an overcast, rain-filled day will bring different and exciting elements to the adventure. The duration of the zipline adventure is approximately 3 hours, after which you’ll arrive back at the centre and relax and share photos of your experience with others in your group while enjoying the refreshments available before taking home a USB filled with memories with you. Segway Tours - You’ve been here before, but only in your imagination. You’re gliding on air, above the ground with a clear view of everything ahead. At the same time, you’re with the crowd in perfect sync. No obstacles. No barriers. You find yourself travelling farther and seeing more. This is how you envisaged travel sometime in the future. But it isn’t the transportation of tomorrow.
INFO: http://www.treetopsadventure.com.au/ OR T: (03) 6395 1390 E: email@example.com
At Hot Body Yoga we want to make yoga easily accessible to EVERYONE. All of our classes cater for beginners to advanced students, with class times to meet any schedule. At Hot Body Yoga, we believe in the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of yoga.
We look to provide a challenging yoga practice that will allow our students to see and experience the benefits in all areas of their lives. Our teachers are inspiring and talented, and create a relaxed, fun and friendly atmosphere. Our doors are wide open for everybody to experience the benefits and to join our amazing HBY community. The benefits of hby
- Increased Vitality
- Weight loss and Toning
- Increased mental clarity
- Reduce Stress
- Build strength, flexibility, balance and endurance
- Promotes better sleep
- Improves posture
- Helps with Back pains
- Builds mental strength
Phone: (03) 6331 0588
Address: 43 Brisbane Street,
Launceston's most popular Austswim Recognised Swim Centre
is located in the heart of Kings Meadows, Tasmania.
Just Swim is a privately owned, purpose built heated indoor pool providing the ideal venue for your child to Learn to Swim.
Our Accredited Austswim Teachers are trained to deliver safe, productive and enjoyable lessons which your children will love.
Instructed Hydrotherapy Classes
Join Shannon our qualified Hydrotherapist every Tuesday: 1.30pm, Wednesday: 9.45 and 10.30am and Friday: 11.00am for this 50minute class.
These classes are beneficial to mature individuals or those recovering from an injury. No referral is necessary to participate and bookings are required.
Cost: $12.00 per class
We also offer Instructed Physiotherapy exercise classes for individuals who may have an existing medical condition.
Monday :1.30pm and Friday: 9.00am
CONTACT: 6344 2244 OR website http://www.justswim.com.au/aqua/
Iron Lotus Tai Chi runs several Tai Chi classes from basic to advanced levels to enhance relaxation, balance and health in and around Launceston. Classes are held at Invermay, East Launceston, Norwood, Kingsmeadows, Riverside, Dilston, Longford and Campbell Town. Contact Grant on 0418 606 656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Activities for children aged 8-12 years.
Address: 71 Civic Square, Launceston TAS 7250
Phone: (03) 6777 2446
Free, weekly, timed 5km run. Every Saturday at 9:00am. The course is 5000m (5K) long. It's run in Inveresk Precinct, Launceston, Tasmania and run on compacted gravel and sealed path. INFO: http://www.parkrun.com.au/launceston/
The Launceston Archery Club was formed 1958 and became the Paringa Archery club 8th Feb 1961 (Minutes) after an initial meeting 17th Dec 1960 (Minutes). . Paringa is an Aboriginal name for girls, meaning "Home at the river".
Come'n'Try Public Sessions
The club's range is open to the public most Saturday mornings, from 9.30 am to midday , for controlled archery sessions.
If you are 7 years old or more, come and give archery a try. No bookings but be aware, the line fills up fast.
Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
CONTACT: Address - 93 Reatta Rd, Trevallyn TAS 7250
Phone: 0409 686 911
The Pathways community fitness group is proudly hosted by Anglicare's Pathways program in partnership with Active Launceston. Pathways is a mental health support program which aims to increase the capacity of adults with a mental health diagnosis to participate fully in their community and get involved in social, recreational and educational activities. Pathways runs a variety of group activities every Monday - Friday from 10am - 3pm, and also provides one on one support for participants. Each session of the pathways physical wellbeing group will be comprised of 2 parts: an information workshop followed by the chance to get active, all under the guidance of a qualified fitness instructor. INFO: Ph 6331 0224
The Penny Royal offers a rich experience steeped in convict history dating back to Van Diemen's Land in 1825. Board the Dark Ride or the Brigg Tamar and immerse yourself in the escapades of infamous local bushranger Mathew Brady, scamper along the cliff walk, experience the quick jump, zip across the site, climb the cliffs and mine for gemstones and gold. Beware the authentic 24 pound cannon fire! After an action packed day, sit back, relax, and enjoy the picturesque replica 1825 stone buildings overlooking the lagoon as you indulge in great local food, fine Tasmanian wines and craft.
INFO: Ph 6332 1000 or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pennyroyaladventures/info/?entry_point=page_nav_about_item&tab=page_info
10:00 - 16:00
09:30 - 17:00
This program is for people who have completed the "Lung Boosters" program at the LGH (or who have been referred directly through their specialist or GP), and would like to exercise in a supportive and monitored environment along with other people who have a similar condition. The program is run in a group setting where the exercises are circuit-based and modified to suit individual needs and abilities. The classes are self-paced and designed to address strength, balance and cardiorespiratory fitness and weight loss goals. INFO: http://www.utas.edu.au/exercise-physiology-clinic/pulmonary-rehabilitation OR ph: +61 3 6324 4005 OR Sibella.King@utas.edu.au
RETRO ROCKERS is a club where our interest is 50's and 60's Rock 'n' Roll music and our hobby is Rock 'n' Roll dancing. We offer beginners to intermediate dance instruction. Regular social dances and activities as well as some advanced workshops with mainland teachers throughout the year. CONTACT: email@example.com OR http://www.retrorockers.net.au/ OR Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Retro-Rockers-Tasmania-229084947153870/info/?entry_point=page_nav_about_item&tab=page_info
After a long battle by some dedicated and passionate paintballers, Revolution Paintball is now permitted to open its doors to it's newest attraction for tourists and locals alike.
Revolution Paintball is located in the heart of the North, Launceston, on the grounds of the iconic Glebe Gardens. Featuring not one but FOUR different arenas, you and your friends (or enemies) can battle it out in superior tactical environments complete with innovative obstacles, barricades and sniper positions to use to your advantage and take down
INFO: REVOLUTION PAINTBALL
166 HENRY ST
LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA 7250
ph: 0412 611 918