Adult Programs

We offer a variety of programs. There is something for everyone. Come and create, learn a new skill, focus on your health and wellbeing or head outside and enjoy our garden. 

To join a class or to make an enquiry, please use the contact details listed at the bottom of the class' description. 

Classes

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Strength & Balance

Nikki’s exercise classes are simple and easy to follow. There is no confusing equipment, but
you can make use of a chair for body weight exercises. The goal of each class is to finish
feeling better! The exercises are designed to create strength and build toned, functional bodies that meet the needs of everyday activities. Nikki creates a range of gentle and tailored exercises that are fun to do using concepts found in the Pilates method.

$7 paid on a term basis - bookings essential.

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One World Choir

Our choir is led by professional musicians Andrea Khoza and Annemarie Sharry who have
many years experience developing and leading choirs. The choir is lots of fun. The music is
dynamic, joyful and uplifting. No experience is necessary and there are no auditions.

Everyone is welcome.

$15 waged and $10 concession paid on a term basis. Casual $20 per session.

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Art for All Abilities

Experienced artist Janis Morgan will help you discover your inner artist with a range of
activities using different materials. This supportive group is great for people of all abilities. No experience necessary.

$10 per session.

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Resume Writing Workshop

Perfect for recent graduates & those re-entering the workforce.

Learn how to create a standout resume & cover letter, discover local job vacancies, and understand job application best practices.

$65 per person, head to the website for more information.

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Mosaic Bliss Art Classes

Keen to try mosaic?
Come along and get started in our art class for casuals and beginners. You will learn: how to cut glass with a mosaic cutter to create shapes, directional and non-directional techniques for laying tiles and glass and grouting.

$30 for 2.5hrs (materials additional)
$95 for 5 hour taster over 2 classes (all material, equipment and one-on-one guidance
included, making a 15 x 15 cm mosaic)

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The Habit of Happiness

Wouldn’t you love to sail through life’s challenges with more balance and ease – and enter each week enthusiastic about what lies ahead?

Through stories, reflections, “ah-ha” moments, meditation and making new friends, we learn to be more at our best more of the time.

Connect with other people while re-connecting with your self.

  

Free introductory talk.

8 week course $175"

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Computer Literacy Program

The Building Blocks program will help you develop your computer skills in a supportive and welcoming environment. No experience is necessary and people of all abilities are invited to attend.

FREE - lunch provided.

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Patchwork Group

The Castlefield Patchwork group meets fortnightly on a Tuesday. Members share their
knowledge and passion of patchworking whilst working on their own individual projects.
The group is facilitated but essentially it is about sharing your skills and learning together
with others who share a passion for patchwork.

$6 per session paid on a term basis - bookings essential.

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Quilting Group

The Castlefield Quilting group meets on alternate Tuesdays. Come and learn a new skill or
add to your current knowledge. It’s a great opportunity to meet people with a shared
interest in quilting and sewing.
The group is facilitated but essentially it is about sharing your skills and learning together.

$6 per session paid on a term basis - bookings essential.

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Pilates with Claudia

Claudia’s Pilates classes utilise a holistic approach to exercise and include a specialisation in Slings Myofascial training. The lessons are tailored to meet your individual needs and goals, with the aim of making you feel stronger, happier and recharged.

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Expressive Art Therapy

Expressive Art Therapy operates creative group therapy sessions for adults  with disabilities. The program is facilitated by a qualified counsellor that includes activities ranging from art, cooking to gardening that is tailored to your needs. The program focuses on building confidence in communication skills, self-awareness encourages participants use creative thinking  in a fun and supportive environment.


No previous experience required and cost includes supplies. 

NDIS funded Support Available

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Chatty Cafe

You are invited to drop into our pop-up cafe to enjoy a cuppa and chat. It is a place to connect with others and form new relationships. Everyone is welcome. The aim of our Chatty cafe is to build connections and reduce social isolation and loneliness. 

No booking required.

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Community Garden

We invite you to come and experience our Community garden. It is located at the front of
Castlefield Community Centre on Bluff Rd. Everyone is welcome. It is a place where you can
plant, grow, water, eat or simply sit and enjoy the space.

 

There is no cost. 

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Castlefield Social Bridge Group

Our social Bridge is a group for experienced players who enjoy playing cards. Research indicates that mentally challenging games (such as bridge) offer intellectual and social stimulation. This may help to develop memory and stimulate your immune system.
Please note; This is not a supervised group or an affiliated Bridge club. 

$5 per session - bookings essential

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Sound Healing

In this well-being and sound healing session you will be supported and guided by Kathleen with tools to reset, recharge & rebalance your emotional well-being and energy. It is a time for you to create a positive shift in your emotional and physical health. A plcae for you to return to your natural place of calm.

For men and women aged 12+.

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Garden Club

Our Garden club meets to share gardening knowledge, seedlings and cuttings. Guest speakers regularly do presentations and there are workshops on different varieties of plants, ornamentals and edibles.

The cost is a gold coin donation each visit.