Active farmers are excited to be heading to Burnie & Boat Harbour with Hayley Brown. More details to come in due course!
active farmers @burnie
active farmers @boat harbour
P: 0407 453 158
What to bring?
- Water bottle
- Active wear and runners
- Inner gloves/thin gloves for boxing
- A yoga mat if you want to use your own
- An open mind
Who can come?
All farmers and the Burnie community are welcome to come along to the Active Farmer classes! It doesn't matter what level of fitness you have or how much experience you have, our programs are designed to be suitable for everyone. At Active Farmers we believe the more the merrier and the more diverse the group the better! For any questions or concerns get in touch with Hayley.
What does it cost?
One off class = $15
10 class pass = $130 ($13/class)
One month/one class per week = $50 ($12.5/class)
One month/two classes per week = $80 ($10/class)
One month pass with two classes/month = $27 ($13.5/class)
Three months/one class per week = $130 ($11/class)
Three months/two classes per week = $204 ($8.5/class)
*High school ages kids come for $5 and primary school age for free
For more information or questions complete the form below :)
"Originially from the Blue Mountains, NSW, Hayley relocated to Tasmania with her family as a teenager.
After completing school, she began attending University in Burnie.
She started working in a farm gate produce shop - which is where she met her husband, Christopher.
10 years later and they are now a family of 6 - with 2 sons and 2 daughters aged between 6 months and 7 years.
During that time, Hayley completed her Bachelor of Physical Activity Studies with UTAS, her Cert III with Tas Tafe, Cert IV with Fit College and has also completed her pregnancy and Post Natal qualification.
Hayley's fitness journey began when she took up running as a way to deal with anxiety. Since then she has completed many road and trail events, including the Surf Coast trail Marathon and the Triple Top Mountain run in 2016. She also likes to promote healthy eating and movement on a family level, so that our kids can grow up believing that eating fresh food and exercising are part of a normal life, rather than getting caught up in unhealthy diet cultures.
Marrying into a farming family has given her a first hand look at the challenges facing farmers in terms of their physical and mental health.
Now running her own fitness business, Hay Fitness, as well as working at the university gym in Burnie, Hayley loves helping her clients improve their health and well being. She runs 'beginners sessions' as part of her timetable.These sessions are tailored to suit each individual, as she wants to promote fitness that is inclusive and encouraging for all clients.
Hayley cannot wait to get started as a part of the Active Farmers team!"