Sundalah Sunday Creating Health and Wellbeing

@JCU Sundalah Sunday Creating Health and Wellbeing

Sundalah Sunday Creating Health and Wellbeing

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Townsville’s annual Sundalah Sunday continues to grow in size, as more people look for new ways to deal with stress and busy lifestyles.

Event organiser Jasmine Healy-Pagan said Sundalah community events aim to help people explore new ways to live healthy and happy lives.

“We are expecting about three hundred through the gates this weekend, with people travelling from across North Queensland to take part,” Mrs Healy-Pagan said.

“There will be more than 30 health and happiness classes, incorporating yoga, the arts, inspirational talks and workshops.

“This day offers more than 20 different class options with a variety of yoga styles and workshops which cater for all levels and age groups.

“Yoga is a non-competitive practice for all ages which brings strength, balance and ease into the body, calms the nervous system and creates clarity in the mind.”

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Sundalah Sunday also provides a fun day out for families, with special outdoor programs, market and food stalls, live music and entertainment.

All profits from Sundalah Events go to the local Not-For-Profit organisation Yoga Tools for Schools Inc., which supports health and wellbeing in education. www.yogatoolsforschools.com.au

Sundalah Sunday will be held at the Castle Hill PCYC this Sunday (28 August) 9am-5pm.

Registration opens at 9am and for those taking part in yoga classes – please bring water, a towel and a yoga mat.

Cost:

Outdoor Program - Adults/Students $5 Children (10 and under) $2 Family $10

Indoor and Outdoor Programs - Adults/Students: Online $25    On the day $30

Media Contact: Niki Lyons 0423 516061

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