Happy Monday Everyone!

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend.

We headed to get our Christmas tree on Saturday and then spent the afternoon decorating it. Such a lovely tradition to do with the children. With the smell of pine throughout the house, Christmas finally feels near.

Bear woke early on Sunday morning so instead of waking all the family, we headed to the beach with Oakey for a walk and to watch the sunrise. Such a beautiful time of the day to be out in nature. The only sound we heard were birds chirping and waves lapping on the shore.

Christmas Hours

Over the Christmas period we will be offering reduced fitness camp hours. Please take note of these and we hope you can make it. Please feel free to bring your partner/friend to these sessions over the two weeks for no charge. The more people we can get moving, the better 🙂

Monday 23rd at 0600, Tuesday 24th at 1800 and Friday 27th December at 0600

Monday 30th at 0600, Tuesday 31st December at 1800 and Friday 3rd January at 0600

All hours will be back to normal the following week.

Give the gift of health this Christmas.

We have gift vouchers for both personal training and fitness camps, along with nutrition consultations. Please get in touch if you think someone special may benefit from our service and we can get a voucher out to you in time for Christmas.

Te Awanga Organic Farmers Market

This week we will have Dave, one of our campers, and his band playing at the Farmers Market. Next week we will have Ginni, another of our campers, and her pupils, playing from 4.30pm-5pm. It would be great if you would like to come along and support them, along with picking up your mid week fresh local produce and products and staying for dinner. This week we will also have the Makers Market joining the market with great gift ideas on offer.

Every Wednesday from 4.30pm – 7pm at the Te Awanga Domain next to the Community Hall.

6 Ways to Survive the Crazy Christmas Bulge.

If you missed this article, have a read and pick up some pointers to keep off the extra kg’s over the festive period.

6 Ways to Survive the Crazy Christmas Bulge

That is it for today. Have a lovely day,

Krystie “Love Actually time” and Paul “no Christmas Carols” Miller