Jumpers & Jazzercise

It’s that time of year again where yarnbombers, the community, and a healthy tourist contingent comes out in force to mix, mingle, and make music at Jumpers & Jazz in July. SDRC has worked with community groups and local businesses to bring a jam-packed program with something for everyone.

A festival like Jumpers & Jazz takes a lot of work to bring together, but the value it creates is that providing events and opportunities for interaction is one of the keys to developing healthy communities. Like SDRC, the YMCA values healthy communities, and understands that they are “developed through the relationships between people which are characterised by love, understanding, mutual respect and a sense of belonging.”

The YMCA is Queensland’s leading provider of childcare, fitness, camping, education, hospitality, youth, recreation, and community programs and services. WIRAC joins forces with all the YMCA services across Queensland to fund the benevolent Y-Care (South East Queensland) Inc. Among other services, Y-Care provides facilities and programs for marginalised and disadvantaged young people in need of help, as well as providing affordable accommodation for people who have been without a home.

In addition, local YMCA community programs include Cancer Survivor Program, mYnd Pump.   WIRAC manager, David Jordan, adds, “We support Seniors Week and Disability Action Week (DAW), an annual event for the disabled and special needs community, and have also subsidized individuals and work with the NDIS scheme.  We worked with SDRC to support the Commonwealth Games community activities, we lend support to Citizenship ceremonies, and we provide prizes to fundraising activities in local schools and organisations.”

So, what’s all of this got to do with Jumpers & Jazz in July? Jazzercise, that’s what.

Join with like-minded community members and the world-renowned Jazzercise instructor Ellie Kelso to re-create the moves of days gone by. Ellie has taught Jazz and Jazzercise around Australia, and held the record for the largest Jazzercise class with 139 participants. A Jumpers and Jazz theme is optional: wear your wildest knit leggings and beanies or just some comfy exercise clothing. Ellie will take you through a simple but fun and energetic 45-minute routine, and afterwards the community spirit keeps on giving with free tea and coffee. Maybe this is the time to create an impromptu knitwear fashion parade?

Classes are just $10 each or $7 concession, and are FREE for WIRAC GOLD members. For more information call WIRAC on 4661 7955.

Wednesday 24th @ 5:30pm (WIRAC) 
Friday 26th @ 9am (WIRAC)
Friday 26th @ 2:30pm (Killarney Senior Citizens Club) 

Join the healthy Jumpers & Jazzercise community and have some fun and laughs along the way.

What’s Happening at WIRAC over February 2020

So the festive season has come and gone as has the New Year celebrations. It is back to reality for most of us with school commencing, back to work and no more holidays for a while. That being said, the team at WIRAC have come up with the Fitness (and fun) February which has a wide range of activities to keep you active, fit and healthy and provides the opportunity to meet some people and make new friends.

The big news is that we have brought back the 6 week Shred Challenge (New Year, New You SHRED) which was a huge success late last year. For just $99 you can compete to win a great cash prize and lose weight/tone up. Available for members and non-members.

There is loads of FREE STUFF as well including FREE Swimming Squad sessions, FREE Badminton, FREE Metafit classes and FREE Aqua Aerobic classes – note some t&c’s do apply.

Cancer Survivor Program returns, as does the Active Youth Program and our Wednesday nite Rockwall, Aussie Hoops Basketball, Netball and Futsal.

And if you have some friends who are just not sure what to do, then they can come and try the Y for just $20 for 20 days (t&c’s apply: only one voucher per person, should be new users only, must be 18yrs and above. Available for 20 consecutive days once started – must commence by 3 March 2020. Does not allow 24/7 access. Participants can use the pool, the gym and group fitness). No refunds available on this offer.

For more info give WIRAC a call on 4661 7955.


For more information on any of these events or any of our activities, please call the Centre on 4661 7955 or find us on Facebook here. WIRAC is the Southern Downs one-stop destination for family fitness, sports activities and quality aquatic education!

The Centre hours for 8th October onwards POST school holidays are as follows:

Centre:
Monday to Friday - 5:30am to 8:00pm
Saturday - 7:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday – 10am to 5pm

Main Pool:
Monday to Friday - 5:30am to 8:00pm
Saturday - 7:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday – 10am-5pm

*Please be aware our pool is closed during School Swimming Carnivals which include:
Thursday 6th Feb 8:30am – 3pm
Friday 7th Feb 8:30am – 3pm
Tuesday 11th Feb 8:30am – 3pm
Thursday 13th Feb 9am – 1pm
Thursday 20th Feb 5pm – 8:30pm
Monday 24th Feb 9am – 2pm
Also note Aqua Aerobic classes will be cancelled on these days.
Please call reception for updates/further details on 4661 7955


*Operating Hours subject to change at WIRAC's discretion


Contact

WIRAC
29 Palmerin St, Warwick
4370 QLD

PH: (07) 4661 7955
FAX: (07) 4661 7950
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