Thriving in Motion
Thriving provides a number of exercise services alongside community partners including face-to-face and online services.
Thriving in Motion at University of Western Australia (UWA) is a face-to-face exercise program for kids and young people who experience challenges or barriers to physical activity participation at school or in the community.
All abilities, inclusive and mixed ages with the aim to provide a positive exercise experience for all young people.
Services are available Mon - Sat during WA School Terms and include:
Physical Literacy & Health Assessments conducted by an Accredited Exercise Physiologists
1-on-1 Sessions with Accredited Exercise Physiologists
Small Group Sessions (1 instructor:4 participants)
Group Fitness, Teen Strength & Conditioning and Girls only sessions
Delivered in partnership since 2012 with UWA - School of Human Sciences, and supported by Telethon 7.
Thriving Connect (aka Telehealth)
Exercise services provided via remote technology to support the physical and mental health of kids and young people.
All online sessions run for 30mins, and are available Mon - Sat with programs including:
Small group sessions: 'Physical Literacy' or 'Strength & Conditioning' sessions
A community based movement program delivered to young people to provide them the opportunity to experience a variety of exercise and movement based activities in a safe, inclusive and peer supported environment.
Our 8-week program consists of different weekly movement and activity sessions, plus informal education about the ways exercise and movement can be used to manage and maintainThriving mental health.
All abilities, inclusive, community based sessions at a variety of locations to support WA teens and young people. Each program is tailored based on preference of participants, ages and community needs.
To find a program near you or request a program in your community, get in touch with our team!