Monday, August 13, 2012

Physical Activity for Older People - East Brisbane

Steve Nance will be presenting a workshop on physical activity for older people.

Steve's qualifications include a Bachelor of Education (PE) from Sydney University and a Master of Education from the University of Texas. He also brings a wealth of sporting knowledge and expertise to his workshops from his 20-year involvement in the sport and recreation sector. Steve has experience in providing strength and conditioning for major international sporting clubs around the world including the Australian Wallabies, Brisbane Broncos, Leeds-Fulham Football Club and the North Queensland Cowboys.

It will be a good experience to learn from Steve as he is a great communicator and will pass on his wide variety of experience to promote physical activity within the older adult population.

More knowledge for free! Why not register now? Don't hesitate to contact Fitnance for further information!

Building Active Communities Workshop

Physical Activity for Older People - East Brisbane

22August 2012

10 am 1 pm

There are many health and lifestyle benefits of physical activity for older adults. People with an active lifestyle feel healthier and have an improved sense of wellbeing. Benefits can include reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, colon cancer and diabetes. Activity does not need to be strenuous to achieve health benefits. This workshop explores types of suitable exercises, physiological changes that occur with ageing along with simple programs and strategies for keeping active.

Presented by: Steve Nance - Fitnance

Registrations Close: Wednesday 15 August 2012

Light refreshments provided


East Brisbane Community Centre, 538 Vulture Street East,
East Brisbane, Qld, 4169
Event type:
Workshop or conference

Further information

Sport and Recreation Services - Brisbane Office

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