Aqua fitness programs for young adults with a disability
READY FOR ACTIVE MOVES?
Active Moves participants are young adults (aged 16-25) with physical, intellectual or sensory disabilities who love the water, are looking for improved health and wellbeing and who will benefit from a fun, social weekend activity.
Active Moves are individually designed by an Exercise Physiologist to meet personal goals.
The program is delivered in 45 minute classes on Sunday mornings over a 9-week period. It can be delivered one to one or in small group classes.
Active Moves includes a combination of exercises and routine
- assist increased water confidence and independence
- improve muscle strength and range of motion
- opportunities to make and meet friends
- have fun in the local community
Register your interest We’ll arrange a chat about the program and how it can help your personal goals.
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Active Moves is proudly supported by:
Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Visit www.dss.gov.au for more information.
WANT TO SEE ACTIVE MOVES IN ACTION?
Click on the video to see Active Moves members in the water along with their Rainbow Club teachers having fun while achieving goals with their personalised aquatic fitness programs.
Active Moves News
Rainbow Clubs’ Active Moves and Squads members had a great day at the beach this week with the Super Groms Surf O/T program. Members had the opportunity to learn to surf and join in with activities and games on the sand.
The Primary Club of Australia has donated a new aquatic wheelchair to Rainbow Club. The benefits of having this amazing new aquatic wheelchair were seen immediately!
By lucky happenstance I came across My Active Moves. It has ticked all of these boxes. Rachel loves attending every week.
Aqua Aerobics fun for My Active members at Swimmerz Academy
My Active Moves launched on Sunday 7th February 2021 and we also welcomed Kayla Dang our Exercise Physiologist to the team.
Carla Barnes is our My Active Program Co-ordinator and will be launching My Active for young adults with a disability. Sutherland first.
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Rainbow Club appreciates the donations which enable us to increase our capacity so children with a disability can receive regular swimming classes.
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