Merriwa: Seaside Exercise Physiology launched for seniors


Yvonne Ritchie and participants at the launch.

Mayor Tracey Roberts gave the service a hearty welcome to Merriwa.

Professor Bob Ziegler (88) explains how the program has kept him fit, happy and healthy for more than 12 years.
Yvonne Ritchie and participants at the launch. Mayor Tracey Roberts gave the service a hearty welcome to Merriwa. Professor Bob Ziegler (88) explains how the program has kept him fit, happy and healthy for more than 12 years.

MORE than 50 seniors attended the launch of Seaside Exercise Physiology in Merriwa this month.

The afternoon tea event was to celebrate Yvonne Ritchie’s relocation of the Living Longer Living Stronger program from her Butler home to the new facility in a bid to meet the exercise needs of more locals in the northern suburbs.

Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts applauded the success of the program for keeping locals fit and happy in their later years and Council on the Ageing WA active ageing manager Phil Airey noted the huge improvements reported by Seaside clients in recent surveys.

Seaside Exercise Physiology is now taking bookings.

Call Yvonne on 0497 065 883.

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