Active Farmers starts with a group class at Hagley this Sunday

READY TO BE ACTIVE: A New South Wales Active Farmers class, led by Tasmanian-born founder Ginny Stevens, sets the scene for the Hagley community. Picture: Supplied
READY TO BE ACTIVE: A New South Wales Active Farmers class, led by Tasmanian-born founder Ginny Stevens, sets the scene for the Hagley community. Picture: Supplied

Active Farmers kicks off its first Tasmanian classes at Hagley with a group class and breakfast on Sunday.

Fitness instructor JJ Pullinger will launch the fitness organisation with a free community class, followed by breakfast.

Designed for small rural communities with limited access to fitness expertise and equipment, Active Farmers provides motivational, challenging and fun training sessions to help promote great physical and mental health, Ms Pullinger said.

“I am excited to be running classes suitable for all levels of fitness and experience,” Ms Pullinger said

“It’s great to be part of such a great initiative and I hope locals are as eager as I am to get started!” she said.

The free Active Farmers group fitness class and breakfast starts at 8.30am at Hagley Farm School oval.

Active Farmers classes will be held at Hagley Farm School on Mondays at 6pm and Thursdays at 6.15am.

Active Farmers at Hagley is sponsored by Landmark Harcourt Tasmania.

Visit www.activefarmers.com.au/hagley/ for more information.