Coming soon - launch event TBA!
Venue: Recreational Ground
Contact Annie Nichols
P: 0400 831 778
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 theWest Wyalong and Stockinbingal communities are welcome to come along to the Active Farmers 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 Annie.
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 = $5/class
- Primary school aged kids and under come for free!
Welcome annie nichols
Annie grew up on a hobby farm near Singleton in the Hunter Valley. From a young age Annie loved the outdoors, sport & fitness and always wanted to have a career in helping people.
This lead her to completing a bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Newcastle. Since graduating in 2015 she has worked in Newcastle and Walgett and recently relocated to Temora to work at the hospital and complete post graduate study in rural and agricultural health and medicine.
Annie has completed courses in community exercise and Level 1 and 2 sports training and has worked for local, state and national sporting teams.
Annie is passionate about providing and ensuring those in rural communities have access to health care and community exercise programs. Physical activity is important for the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries, preventing chronic diseases and improving mental health. Annie is excited to offer this service to communities around Temora and West Wyalong.
Having witnessed first hand the impact of how stress and poor physical health can impact ones mental health. Annie hopes that by joining the Active Farmers network she can promote and provide physical activity options and a platform for community engagement to improve the health of those living in rural and remote Australia.