Thursday, 28 July 2016 08:01

What's On for People Living with HIV

 

The WA AIDS Council have a range of workshops, forums and activities for people living with HIV in Western Australia.

Not linked in with the WA AIDS Council? Not to worry. If you haven’t connected with the WA AIDS Council previously and would like to register for this event, please contact Alli at apaterson@waaids.com or phone 9482 0000 who will explain how you can get involved.

To view upcoming activities, simply click on the events listings below.
*Please note, events and dates are subject to change. If you have any questions about workshops or events you can call Alli on 9482 0000 or email apaterson@waaids.com

Walking Group

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Physical activty doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a brisk walk on a daily basis can help you live a healthier life. 


Regular walking has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, asthma and stroke. We often worry about how much we are eating, but sometimes forget to theink about the energy we are expending. Even if your weight doesn't change, joining the walking group will help you feel fit and healthy, and is a good opportunity to socialise!

When:
Dates to be confirmed

To get involved, contact:
Mark Reid mreid@waaids.com or Alli Paterson apaterson@waaids.com or call the WA AIDS Council on (08) 9482 0000 


Not linked in with the WA AIDS Council? Not to worry. If you haven’t connected with the WA AIDS Council previously and would like to register for this event, please contact Alli (details above) who will explain how you can get involved.

Reiki

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The Japense refer to Reiki as 'The Universal Light Force Energy'. A Reiki treatment traditionally consists of 12 hand placements on the body, covering all major organs, to transfer energy. The enrgy works on emotions, gently bringing issues to the surface in order to let them go. During a treatment, the flow of energy may be experienced as warmth or tingling. Benefits including improved energy levels, stress reduction, relaxation and reduced mind chatter. 

There are currently no set dates for this program. 

To get involved, contact:
Mark Reid mreid@waaids.com or Alli Paterson apaterson@waaids.com or call the WA AIDS Council on (08) 9482 0000 


Not linked in with the WA AIDS Council? Not to worry. If you haven’t connected with the WA AIDS Council previously and would like to register for this event, please contact Alli (details above) who will explain how you can get involved.

 

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 01:15

July social event for PLHIV

We invite you and your partner, a friend and/or family to join us for a couple of games of bowling and pizzas in a relaxed Perth setting!

Date: Saturday July 30th

For further details and to RSVP email Alli at apaterson@waaids.com  or call 08 9482 0000

Please note this event is only open to people living with HIV (PLHIV) and their partner, a friend and/or family

Not linked in with the WA AIDS Council? Not to worry. If you haven’t connected with the WA AIDS Council previously and would like to register for this event, please contact Alli (details below) who will explain how you can get involved.

Please supply partners and/or children's names that will be attending. RSVP by July 25th

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