Aboriginal Women's Health and Happiness Project - Ngarrimili
Ngarrimili is going West Side!
We are so excited to launch Ngarrilmili, an Aboriginal Women's Health and Happiness Project, for the very first time in Melton! Everyone's welcome, bring the kids!
'Ngarrimili' is a Wadawurrung word meaning 'to dance' and we think there is something special about feeling safe and empowered in health and happiness and feeling like you can dance alongside your Sistergirls with no shame!
Not a dancer? Don't stress! Ngarrimili isn't all about dancing...although it may leave you feeling like you want to bust a move!
Ngarrimili Project Dates 2018
Ngarrimili kicks off on Monday 8th October, 6pm-8pm at the Bridge Road Community Centre in Melton South.
We'll be coming together for 8 weeks in a safe space to get healthier and happier! We will hear from so many amazing speakers and finish up every session with a fun workout! Graduation is in Week 8 but, it's not the end... we will be running fortnightly Ngarrimili Booster Sessions in Melton to keep you on track and motivated.
Week One - 8th October 3, 2, 1 GO!
Week Two - 15th October Double Tap Yourself
Week Three - 22nd October It's What You Don't See
Special Event 27th October Ngarrimili parkrun
Week Four - 29th October Feeding Your Soul
Week Five - 5th November Girls Night In - Stylin' Up
Special Event Women's Treaty Circle
Week Six - 12th November Deadly Duos
Week Seven - 19th November Breaking Cycles
Week Eight - 26th November, Graduation Celebration!
Excited? So are we! To register online, click here!
If you would like to send the registration link to a friend you can copy and paste this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ngarrimili2018
Prefer pen and paper to sign up? No worries!
There are paper copies of the registration survey available at Kirrip Aboriginal Co-Op at 26 Exford Road, Melton South.
Ngarrimili Facebook Support Group
Once you've registered for Ngarrimili, find our closed Facebook group, a safe space to start sharing recipes and inspiration, ask any questions you may have and to cheer each other on.
You can find it here, but to help you out, it looks like this:
For more information contact:
M:0437 584 123
Spark Health Australia acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.