Monthly Newsletter: October 2016
We all travelled to Exmouth on the long weekend to celebrate Hannah and Chris' wedding. The sun was shining and the ceremony was lovely- Hannah was a gorgeous bride! 
Unfortunately Max the dog wasn't allowed to attend! 
We wish Hannah and Chris all the best. Thanks for sharing your special day with us. 
You will notice a few changes at our reception desk this month. Sadly Denae's gap year is coming to an end and she will be leaving us soon to help her dad out with harvest, before heading off to uni early next year. We wish her all the best and will miss her heaps. 
Filling in the shifts we welcome back Rosie and Leanne who will be steering the ship along with Melissa. 
Our 10am pilates class has been consistently overflowing for the past few months so we have added another option for beginners. We now have a Friday 10am class up and running and welcome anyone who wants to give pilates a go. We're getting great feedback on the challenging term 4 program, so come along and try it out for yourself! 
Bookings are available online, over the phone or at the desk. 
This month's blog is one for our mums! Emily looks at postnatal recovery and the return to exercise after giving birth. Find out how you should be treating your body in the early stages after childbirth by reading the blog HERE.
You may have noticed our new message board??? 
Please feel free to email us at 
with your favourite inspirational quotes and we will pick the best ones to display and inspire everyone who drives along Middleton Road.

1. A very elderly couple is having an elegant dinner to celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary. The old man leans forward and says softly to his wife, "Dear, there is something that I must ask you. It has always bothered me that our tenth child never quite looked like the rest of our children. Now I want to assure you that these 75 years have been the most wonderful experience I could have ever hoped for, and your answer cannot take that all away. But, I must know, did he have a different father?" The wife drops her head, unable to look at her husband in the eye, she paused for a moment and then confessed. "Yes. Yes he did." The old man is very shaken, the reality of what his wife was admitting hit him harder than he had expected. With a tear in his eye he asks "Who? Who was he? Who was the father?" Again the old woman drops her head, saying nothing at first as she tried to muster the courage to tell the truth to her husband. Then, finally, she says, "You."

2.  Question- Why are husbands like lawn mowers?
Answer- They're hard to get started, emit foul odours and don't work half the time!

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