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Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria
Adult Gym and Aquatics Program (Dandenong)
Join this friendly and welcoming group of adults for a weekly session of water aerobics or low impact gym work. The aerobics and gymnasium work is offered on alternative Mondays and is led by an experienced and qualified fitness professional. Attend every week or on a casual basis.
Junior Swimming Program (Kew)
This Vision Impaired Swimming Program offers pre-school and primary school children, who are blind or vision impaired, individual swimming lessons which aim to establish a range of early skills to ensure they feel confident and safe around water.
Junior and Adult Swimming Programs (Dandenong)
North Lodge Swimming Academy offers quality aquatic education to people of all ages who are blind or vision impaired in a safe, friendly and controlled environment. Two pools offer optimal water quality and water depths suitable for all ages to be able to stand, feel comfortable and safe. A team of fully qualified, experienced, passionate and caring instructors deliver a well structured and disciplined teaching program.
Adults: every Monday during school terms (excluding public holidays), Aquatics/Gym – 11am until midday
Term 2 (8 weeks)
May 5, 12, 19, 26
June 2, 16, 23
Junior and Adult: Saturday afternoons
Adults: Dandenong Oasis, Cnr Heatherton Road & Cleeland Street, Dandenong
Junior: Ruyton Girls School, 12 Selbourne Road, Kew
Junior and Adult: North Lodge Swimming Academy, 137 Stud Road, Dandenong
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