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West Melbourne, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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    Welcome to Airodrome Trampoline and Inflatables Park. Airodrome Melbourne's only indoor Trampoline Park and Inflatables Playground in one! Prepare to fly in our a spring-loaded playground, where your feet will barely touch the ground! Our flight deck is fitted out with state of the art interconnected Australian- made Trampolines and we have the BIGGEST Inflatable Slide this in Melbourne! It’s time to party with your mates, defy gravity & climb some walls, compete in a dodgeball challenge, ... Read more shoot some hoops, practice flips & tricks or lose yourself in the huge foam pit. Little kids & big kids alike are guaranteed the ultimate experience during their airtime at the Airodrome! Extreme fun & fitness for the whole family!! Come see what “Life is like in the Air”. We have a session that suits all ages, from our Parent's and Bub's session for the littlies, to our Friday Frenzy Extreme Jump sessions on Friday nights for some late night craziness. We also have Trampoline Classes ...

    Power House Junior Rugby Union Club is a great pathway for our young people to learn and put into practice important attributes, skills and attitudes to take into all their life Experiences. Since 1933 Power House the club has helped pave the way for many great leaders and role models on and off the rugby field. We keep our registration fees for our volunteer-run club low, so that everyone has the opportunity to play this great sport. Our experienced and dedicated coaches provide a great and safe ... Read more environment in which junior players can enjoy and learn the global game of rugby union. The club teaches the values of rugby union through our key themes: *Respect *Integrity * Passion *Responsibility WE BUILD BRILLIANT HUMANS This is a statement of what we aim to do. Everything about Power House Junior Rugby is about helping you become a Brilliant Human. What do we mean by this? Well someone who by living the values of the club of Respect, ...

    THURSDAY NIGHT MEMBER DINNERS $2

    Validity: from 28 Mar 2019 to 26 Sep 2019

    GOLD COIN donation for Thursday night dinners. Hearty, healthy meals prepared fresh by our wonderful canteen team. In the spirit of keeping our kids healthy, along with a healthy Thursday meal, we have introduced new great quality natural sugarless drinks. On Thursday nights these drinks will be heavily subsidised so that your children can enjoy a healthy alternative to soft drinks. ONLY $2 Come along and bring the whole family, a great warm and inviting place to be on a chilly winter night*

    Performing Arts Theory & Musicianship Classes & Lessons

    Anne’s School of Music specializes in teaching piano, as well as music theory. All lessons are one on one and are tailored to each individual’s needs and requirements. There are a range of styles that are taught from contemporary to classical. In addition, students are encourage to partake in the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) exams which are taught thoroughly to ensure that all students achieve beyond their expectations.

    Overall rating: 5 (out of 5)  

    One very happy student!

    28-09-2016 by Dani Tran

    Thank you.

    • 395 Barkly St, Cnr Gordon St, West Footscray, VIC 3012
    • 5-10 km from Sunshine North
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    Founded in 1991, Women’s Circus is vibrant arts organisation based in Melbourne’s West providing circus and performance classes for women and their communities. Women’s Circus offers classes year round in circus and performance at the Drill Hall in West Footscray. Women of all ages, backgrounds, experience and fitness levels train with us supported by our amazing team of trainers and teaching artists. Women’s Circus creates outstanding projects, programs and performances of artistic excellence ... Read more and social relevance. Since 1991, the Women’s Circus has created over 30 original works combining contemporary circus, theatre and music. Women’s Circus shows have long been a feature of Melbourne’s cultural landscape and the Circus has performed regularly in the Big West Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival and Midsumma Festival, amongst others. Women's Circus are pioneers in the use of social circus, a method of using circus as a tool for postive social change. We can provide a range ...

    Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Albanvale and see why GKR Karate is Australia's largest martial arts club! GKR Karate promotes Karate for everyone, including children from 5 yrs old through to men, women and families of all ages. Apart from the obvious development of self-defence skills, Karate training builds confidence, positive attitude, determination, focus, and of course fitness. Our karate classes at Albanvale, Victoria, are taught by passionate instructors who are ... Read more committed to teaching and passing on the GKR Karate style and our way of life. When you join our club, you will be joining a community of like minded people who share the same common goal of personal improvement. This will be your journey, and you will be encouraged to train at your own pace. Your instructors and peers will be there to support and provide you with a safe, inspiring and empowering environment to develop your skills, and reach your maximum potential. Training with GKR Karate ...

    '"Fun tennis lessons for kids of all ages - CONTACT US FOR A FREE TRIAL LESSON" At DHA Tennis Academy, we love tennis and are passionate about helping kids of all ages and ability to love tennis too! Group and private tennis lessons are offered at the St Albans East Tennis Club, west of Melbourne. Our tennis coaching is delivered in a fun and nurturing environment and follows the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots program, which means your child will play tennis at a level that’s right for their age and ... Read more skill. Junior students will use lighter racquets and low compression balls, to quickly help them build their confidence and tennis skills. Learning and playing tennis is a great way to encourage kids to get active in a fun and positive environment. Tennis provides kids with both physical and social development skills. Not only will they develop skills like agility, speed and flexibility, but they’ll also gain invaluable life skills such as teamwork, dedication and self-confidence. It’s ...

    FREE TRIAL LESSON

    Contact us for a free trial lesson. No obligation to sign up. Just come along, have some fun and let your kids experience the wonderful game of tennis.

    Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Sunshine West and see why GKR Karate is Australia's largest martial arts club! GKR Karate promotes Karate for everyone, including children from 5 yrs old through to men, women and families of all ages. Apart from the obvious development of self-defence skills, Karate training builds confidence, positive attitude, determination, focus, and of course fitness. Our karate classes at Sunshine West in Victoria, Australia, are taught by passionate ... Read more instructors who are committed to teaching and passing on the GKR Karate style and our way of life. When you join our club, you will be joining a community of like minded people who share the same common goal of personal improvement. This will be your journey, and you will be encouraged to train at your own pace. Your instructors and peers will be there to support and provide you with a safe, inspiring and empowering environment to develop your skills, and reach your maximum potential. Training ...

    Whether you are learning for fitness or for self defense our classes will give you an overall workout and build your self confidence. Choy Lay Fut is a traditional Chinese martial art with over 150 years of history. OUR HISTORY Buck Sing Choy Lay Fut was founded by the legendary master Tarm Sarm. Grandmaster Dave Lacey is a 4th generation Buck Sing patriot, he established his school, the "Buck Sing Gwoon" in 1989 in St. Kilda. Due to the good location of the school and his well known reputation ... Read more in the Australian Chinese Martial Arts circles, it soon attracted the attention of martial arts enthusiasts seeking to learn Choy Lay Fut kung fu. Kids classes are available on Saturday mornings at Yarraville. Kids classes are fun, fitness orientated and structured to burn energy and teach discipline. While the class is aimed at kids, Mums and Dads are welcomed to train with the kids on Saturdays. Training sessions help children develop a sense of: - confidence - self control - discipline ...

    Pay for 10 lessons get 2 extra lessons free

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Pay for 10 lessons and get 2 extra lessons. This offer is valid for kids classes as well as adult classes.

    Kyokushinkai is a traditional Japanese martial art, founded by Mas Oyama. Karate is both an art and philosophy, because each person has a different personality, this reflects itself in their interpretation. Therefore, karate masters founded their own schools, teaching their style or ryu. Kyokushinkai is the name given to our style. Kyokushinkai offers a practical method of self defence and is deeply rooted in the philosophies of Zen, self-improvement, discipline and hard training.  Kyokushinkai ... Read more has influenced many of the "full-contact" schools of karate, emphasizing realistic combat, physical toughness, and practicality in its training curriculum. Kyokushinkai is well known and highly respected within the martial arts world and is still known as "The Strongest Karate”. Melbourne Karate (Kaizen Dojo Kyokushinkai) is a Member of the International Federation of Karate Kyokushinkai Australia Incorporated (IFKKA) which is affiliated with Hanshi Steve Arneil’s International Federation ...

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    Brimbank 'Bucks' Rugby Union Club is a junior rugby in the western suburbs of Melbourne. We are based in Sunshine and cater specifically for the development of younger players with a gradual and planned transition toward establishing senior Rugby Union men and also women teams in coordination with the Victorian Rugby Union. At the moment we are looking for new junior players and people that will help us continue to build Victoria's fastest growing rugby club.

    At Newport Judo School, we concentrate on development not Martial Arts Prowess. Learning Judo is a serious and disciplined job but that doesn't mean it can't be Good Healthy Fun! We carry on the proud history of our parent Club of Moonee Valley Judo; now passed into history and we are a proud member of Judo Victoria; which is an official Member of the Judo Federation of Australia and hence the International Judo Federation; the official Olympic Judo body All Judo Schools spend a lot of time developing ... Read more Throwing and Grappling skills. We also play Games. Usually Judo Specific and mostly with our Juniors, these Judo Games are designed for skill development and fun. Kata, the art of Judo, is widely taught and the basis of all self defense. Along with Judo principals we teach a Protective Behaviors Program that provides tools to avoid conflict, confidence and the ability to control situations or defend if necessary. As a thinking persons sport, we require an understanding of tactics and ...

    Overall rating: 5 (out of 5)  

    My review of Newport Judo Club

    08-09-2015 by Barbara Robinson

    Hi, my name is Barbara. I've trained for many years at the Newport Club, and also previously at Richard's previous club, Moonee Valley Judo Club. I gained my Black Belt (First Dan), in 2012. I really enjoy training at Newport for quite a few reasons, but the main ones are are the relaxed family atmosphere combined with the traditions of Judo itself. Jigaro Kano, the great man who put Judo together, was a progressive and creative man. This is still very evident in Judo today. The general standard of Martial Arts in Australia is very high and safely conducted, but this is particularly true of Judo. Judo has also always welcomed women and children, both overseas and here in Australia. If you train at the Newport Judo, it does not matter if you are training mainly to keep fit or as a serious competitor. You will be catered for. Also, if you are female, there are a number of girls and women training at the moment. Judo also has a long and interesting history and is quite artistic. Come along and find out while getting fit!

    Answer from Newport Judo Club on 01-12-2016:
    Thanks Barb, Your dedication and commitment has made you and excellent Judoka

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    02-09-2015 by Fitness with a purpose

    Newport Judo Club and the Head teacher Richard Roper are more than just Judo , Self defence and fitness. Judo teaches principles that are life changing. Richard is knows judo and also brings to life priciples of awareness of what is around you, exporing possibilities and options ( for example, using your voice to create safety and avoid phsysical risk) and understanding that one has to make choices and commit - A judo student learns many throws and techniques bringing choice but execution requires commitment and follow through. Newport judo and Richard have given my family a gift not just of judo and fitness but lessons in the 'judo way' that are a gem for life and business. Andrew Matthews/Chief Actuary/Medibank Private - For Better Health.

    Answer from Newport Judo Club on 01-12-2016:
    Thanks Andrew, Great Judoka's show themselves in their character.

    New to judo & was worried, but Newport Judo Club is great!

    01-09-2015 by Shannon

    I'm completely new to judo and martial arts in general, and before I started doing judo at Newport Judo Club my physical health was fairly poor, so I was nervous, thinking that after my first session I was going to walk away bruised and never wanting to get on the judo mat ever again! I needn't have worried at all - Richard and the club at Newport are a welcoming, diverse bunch and you soon feel part of the team. There is lots to be learned about Japanese judo and its traditions, but Richard is great at laying it out in a way that isn't too overwhelming, whilst giving you the tools to learn productively and be respectful to the traditions. You might be interested in judo from a self-defense standpoint. I certainly am - particularly as a young woman! - Richard has some great anecdotes and has often come over and shown me useful techniques where it's relevant. There is definitely a lot to learn, and Newport Judo Club has a range of people with different belts and in my experience everyone has something useful to teach me, and it's great that Richard encourages that kind of friendly environment. I'm (obviously) part of the Seniors class but I've shown up early for the Juniors by accident a few times, and the kids look like they're having a blast too so that's great!

    Answer from Newport Judo Club on 01-12-2016:
    Thanks It has been a great privilege to watch you grow in confidence and skill.

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    The first thing you learn in practically all Asian Martial Arts is how to bow - something that is foreign to most other activities in western life. Why is this important? Because it teaches respect. Something that is precious and often all too rare today. As well as all too often too absent from most sports.In most forms of Martial Arts the second things you are taught is how to kick, punch or grapple. But in Judo the second thing you learn is how to fall and how to get up from that fall. Know...

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    Girl Guides is a world-wide organisation, founded over 100 years ago. Members participate in designing their own program within a framework, so their program is always varied, exciting and relevant! Recent activities include camping, kayaking, leadership skills development, body-confidence activities and advocacy skills development, to name just a few. Get in touch now to secure your spot for the new school term! With age-based groups for girls from aged 5 to 18, our mission is to empower girls ... Read more and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members. Groups meet weekly during school terms. Girl Guides is run by a large team of trained, passionate volunteers, all with first aid qualifications and valid blue cards. If you'd like to know more about getting involved as a volunteer, please get in touch. There are many roles available for volunteers, not just roles working with children. We would love to hear from you! Check out our social media pages ...

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    Softball for all ages even mums and dads, starting from 3 up to your choice. We cater for different age groups and provide coaching, game time and fun in the game of softball

    Altona Magic Soccer Club providing football opportunities for: - Miniroos boys and girls from ages 5-11 - Junior Girls U12/u14 - National Premier League Ages 13-16 - U18/U20 development squads

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    Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Yarraville and see why GKR Karate is Australia's largest martial arts club! GKR Karate promotes Karate for everyone, including children from 5 yrs old through to men, women and families of all ages. Apart from the obvious development of self-defence skills, Karate training builds confidence, positive attitude, determination, focus, and of course fitness. Our karate classes at Yarraville, Victoria, are taught by passionate instructors who ... Read more are committed to teaching and passing on the GKR Karate style and our way of life. When you join our club, you will be joining a community of like minded people who share the same common goal of personal improvement. This will be your journey, and you will be encouraged to train at your own pace. Your instructors and peers will be there to support and provide you with a safe, inspiring and empowering environment to develop your skills, and reach your maximum potential. Training with GKR Karate ...

    Rise MMA was born out the desire to help people find a path to better life through martial arts specialising in 3 styles. BJJ, Muay Thai and Street Smart MMA. BJJ: Head instructor Cam Rowe specialises in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and believes that due to BJJ’s challenging nature, it provides the perfect environment for developing many positive personal traits such as fortitude, strategy, goal setting, resilience, humility and focus. BJJ has been known to be so addictive that another positive ... Read more outcome from practicing BJJ is the desire to adopt what is known as the ‘BJJ lifestyle’. The BJJ lifestyle usually involves other lifestyle changes such as diet, weight training and other activities to help improve performance on the mat. All of these changes prove to have positive outcomes in the general wellbeing of the student. Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand that incorporates the use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins along with various clinching techniques to form a formidable ...

    Badminton Australia is the national sports organisation for badminton in Australia. Badminton Australia, in partnership with its Members, the State/Territory Badminton Associations, is responsible for the management and sustainable development of the sport nationally and the management of relations internationally through the governing body for the sport, the Badminton World Federation (BWF). Established in 1932, Badminton Australia became the eleventh member of the IBF (now BWF) in 1936. Badminton ... Read more Australia is an active member of the Oceania Badminton Confederation (OBC) and is affiliated to the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA). It aims to encourage widespread participation opportunities, increase the popularity and raise performance standards of Badminton in Australia by working collaboratively with key stakeholders to provide quality participation opportunities and pathways within the sport. Badminton is equally accessible ...

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