At Fluro Fitness Sydney we are super excited to be a part of Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week this year, and would love to invite local ladies to come along to our free health event held at Five Dock on the 8th of September.

WHY YOU SHOULD COME.

If health, fitness or weigh loss is a priority for you this spring, you don’t want to miss this free event.

On the 2nd weekend of September we will hold a healthy morning tea event following a fitness class.
The class will be very fun and energetic, but suitable for people who have not exercised before or a bit out of practice. If the weather permits we will be holding it outdoors at Five Dock Park, otherwise we have an indoor location.

After the class we will head over for a healthy morning tea held locally at Five Dock. Not only there will be plenty of yummy healthy treats and coffee, but we will have our local Inner West nutritionist Rachel Eagleton talk on building a perfect plate, portion size, reading a label, gut health and answer nutrition and weight related questions. You will also have an opportunity to ask her and us lots of questions regarding fitness, nutrition and what you can do to start a healthier lifestyle this spring.

PRIZE DRAW.

We will have a raffle with 3 amazing prizes: Yeeeeiiiiiiii (we love giving goodies)

Prize 1: Personal Training Package 5 x 1 on 1 sessions (valued at $450)
Prize 2: Women’s Group Classes membership unlimited classes for 5 weeks (valued at $300)
Prize 3: Customised 6 week nutrition program with our nutritionist Rachel Eagleton (valued at $180)

Everyone gets a gift bag to take home with healthy tips, recipes, gift vouchers, discounts to our programs and healthy treats and some other goodies from Jean Hailes foundation.

DETAILS.

Date: Sat, 8th of September 2018

Location: fitness class at Five Dock (exact location TBA via email), morning tea will be held at Drummoyne Uniting Church on 5a Garfield Street, Five Dock.

Time: fitness class 8am, morning tea will begin at 9am

WHAT IS WOMEN’S HEALTH WEEK ALL ABOUT.

We often tend to prioritise family, kids, work and everyone else before we find a minute to look after ourselves. By the time it comes to taking care of our fitness, nutrition, sleep and relaxation that we deserve, we get too tired and spent. Women’s Health Week is a campaign held annually in the first week of September. This online and on-the-ground event is dedicated to getting women, communities, organisations and media openly talking about all aspects of women’s health. Now in its sixth year, Women’s Health Week continues to grow. In 2017 more than 57,000 women participated in 1588 events around the country, from capital cities to remote and rural regions. The goal continues to be to raise awareness of the importance of maintaining good health and preventing future health problems for all women in Australia. We know that a lack of time is one of the biggest barriers to women making positive health changes. During this year’s Women’s Health Week we are encouraging all women to make time to put themselves first and make their own good health a priority.

In 2013, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health ran the very first national Women’s Health Week. Now in its 6th year, Women’s Health Week is the time to put yourself first and get talking about women’s health.
The event continues to gain groundswell nationally and Jean Hailes provides health information and free resources to support thousands of subscribers and hundreds of local events organised by communities Australia-wide.

Also take a look at this link where you can download some Health Free Resources on Various topics. https://jeanhailes.org.au/resources

There are some really great articles on gut health, natural therapies, sleep help, body image, handling stress, emotional eating, bowel health, brain health, menopause, PCOS and lot’s more.

WHY ARE WE SUPPORTING JEAN HAILES FOUNDATION.

Jean Hailes organisation offers support to women and helps them open up about topics they are often embarrassed to talk about, or unsure how to seek help for it, she offers many free educational resources. And also it is a wonderful opportunity to get our local community of women together and provide some nutritional and health information for you. We know how confusing and overwhelming it can be when you want to start getting healthy, but unsure where to begin or whom to reach out to for help.

If you have any questions regarding this event feel free to call us on 0410 337 313.