Women’s Health Week hosts free Gawler fitness event

Women of all ages are urged to step up their health. Photo supplied.
Women of all ages are urged to step up their health. Photo supplied.

Females from around Australia are being empowered to take control of their wellbeing during Women’s Health Week which falls early next month.

On a local scale – a fun, group fitness event will be held in Gawler, at Apex Park, and is supported by Step Into Life in conjunction with Jean Hailes.

“We will celebrate putting women’s health first,” Step Into Life ambassador Mel Cathie said. 

“Our classes are designed to suit all fitness levels from beginners to advanced.”

Women are encouraged to participate in the free fitness group session held on Saturday, September 1 from 8.30am-9.30am.

Attendance can be made by booking a spot, and an official Women’s Health Week goodie show bag will be given to those who attend.

Ms Cathie also shares the excitement of Step Into Life being teed up with not-for-profit group Jean Hailes.

Jean Hailes is committed to improving women’s knowledge and understanding of complex health issues. 

“As the fitness partner for Women’s Health Week, we recognise the importance of physical activity to the health and wellbeing of women across Australia and New Zealand,” Ms Cathie said.

“As personal trainers, we are constantly told by people that come to us how difficult it can be to find the time and motivation to maintain good health and fitness.”

She further explained that Step into Life sees Women’s Health Week as the perfect stage to bring together experienced health professionals to showcase fitness routines suitable for all women thinking about taking action to improve their health and wellbeing.

“Helping women make real and sustainable improvements to lead a healthier life is the backbone of Step into Life’s mission,” she said.

“Every personal trainer at Step into Life, is tailoring their training sessions during the period of the campaign to inform, educate and demonstrate how exercise can help improve fitness as well as alleviate and treat many women’s health conditions.

Across Australia, more than 90,000 women are expected to participate in community, corporate and online events from September 3-7. 

To secure your spot for the Gawler fitness event or for more details, phone Andi Hite on 0433 757 250.

For details about the week, visit www.womenshealthweek.com.au.

About Step into Life

Step Into Life are the world leaders in group outdoor personal training.Their mission is to improve the wellbeing of communities through physical activities. Programs focus on fun, friendship and fitness to encourage, motivate, improve and instill a healthy lifestyle.

With over 100 professional personal trainers across Australia and New Zealand, they are committed to bringing health and fitness to local communities.

Visit www.stepintolife.com.au  to learn more.

About Jean Hailes

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is a national not-for-profit organisation committed to improving women’s knowledge and understanding of complex health issues.

Jean Hailes has a unique model, with three integrated units: medical centres, research and a department that translates the latest health findings into practical, accessible information on our website, through resources, educational programs and health professional events.