Pegasus Post: March 26, 2019

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Three titles at Duke festival

Myka Black made a return to the competitive surfing in dominant fashion at the Duke Festival of

Surfing. Black won three titles and was the form surfer throughout the weekend as he picked off all

the best waves and capitalised on every small section that presented itself.

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Bid to cut

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on $1m

QE II Park

toilet block

• By Julia Evans

A TOILET block and changing

facility at QE II Park will not cost

ratepayers $1 million.

Instead, city council staff are investigating

ways to cut back the cost

of the planned 200 sq m building

after a request

from the hearings

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Stars turn out at Brighton match

• By Gordon Findlater

NEW BRIGHTON’S Crusaders

stars have recruited the club’s

newest supporter after former

Irish first-five Ronan O’Gara

turned out at their final preseason

match.

All Blacks midfielder Ryan

Crotty and Crusaders Billy

Harmon and Oli Jager – who

are all New Brighton players

– were in attendance for the

match against Christchurch at

Christchurch Park and recruited

the Crusaders assistant coach to

help cheer on their team.

Jager, who is returning from a

shoulder injury, played 30min for

Brighton in their 14-7 win over

Christchurch and is likely to be

at coach Scott Pawson’s disposal

in the coming weeks before he

looks to return to Super Rugby

match fitness.

“He rang me up on

Monday night and asked if

there was any chance he could

play the next night. I was always

going to say yes to that,” said

Pawson.

Jager and Harmon have

both been helping with New

Brighton’s forward pack at

trainings since January.

Both Crotty and Harmon have

played for the club since they

were juniors, while Jager joined

when he moved to Christchurch

from Ireland in 2013.

“Talking to our young players

now we can say there actually is a

pathway through New Brighton

rugby. Previous years we haven’t

had that,” said Pawson.

“We’ve promoted a handful

of colts players this year. Oli

and Billy played in the same

colts team three or four years

ago at New Brighton, so it’s nice

for guys to be able to see the

evidence,” said Pawson.

On Saturday, they will

play defending metro

rugby champions Lincoln

University in the opening round

of the competition, which will

double as a rematch of last year’s

final.

With a number of experienced

senior players retiring at the

end of last season, a relatively

young New Brighton team will

go into the match as underdogs

against the four-time defending

champions.

NEW RECRUIT:

Billy Harmon,

Ryan Crotty

and Oli Jager

turned Irish

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(second from

right) into a

New Brighton

supporter

for their final

preseason

match against

Christchurch

last week.

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form has been promising after

last week’s win and a 14-12 win

over Otago University in their

only other hit out.

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lose a lot of guys that

have retired, but now we

have a good young bunch of

guys who are very talented.

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Surfers scoop Duke trophies; Coberger

YOUNG NORTH Wai

boardriders Myka Black and

Ava Henderson picked up three

titles each at the Ray White

Duke Festival of Surfing on New

Brighton Beach, on March 15 to

17.

Black, 15, made a return

to the competitive arena in

commanding fashion, walking

home with titles in the under 20,

18 and 16 boys division titles. He

was the form surfer throughout

the weekend as he picked off all

the best waves and capitalised

on every small section that

presented itself.

Henderson, 13, was equally

as dominant winning the girls

titles in the under 20, 18 and 16

divisions. She is currently

ranked No 1 in New Zealand in

her age group and continued the

form which saw her win

the Billabong Grom Series

recently.

One of the most impressive

displays of the weekend came

from 13-year-old Amelie Wink

when she won the women’s stand

up paddleboard division with a

score of 13.3. She pipped New

Zealand representative Lucy Te

Moananui who finished second

with 8.5.

Mt Pleasant surfer Alan Te

Moananui claimed his first

national victory in the men’s

stand up paddleboard division.

He secured the win in the late

stages of the final after pipping

Shayne Baxter 11.5 to 10.9

points.

Meanwhile, 1992 Olympic

skiing silver medallist Annelise

Coberger – who was competing

in her first ever competitive

surfing event – won both the

over 40 women’s division and the

women’s logger division.

Auckland-based couple Paul

Culpan and Sasha Brownlie

claimed the premier men’s and

women’s longboard divisions

and together surged to the top of

the national rankings.

Culpan pipped defending

champion Luke O’Neill and

Hugh Ritchie – both from

Christchurch – who finished on

10.6 points each, O’Neill was

SNOW AND SURF: Winter Olympic silver medallist Annelise Coberger won the women’s logger

division and over 40 women’s division.

given the runner-up finish on a

countback.

Brownlie was pushed for

the title by Estella Hungerford

in the final, Hungerford

finishing runner up on 8.10

points.

The surf remained around

the 0.5m for the final day of the

event with light winds doing

their best to keep conditions

contestable under grey skies.

Twenty finals were contested

throughout the day across

longboard, stand up

paddleboard and junior

divisions.

The Duke Festival of Surfing

featured over $15,000 in prizes

making it one of the richest

events on the New Zealand

surfing circuit.

Full results:

Men’s longboard

TALENTED:

Ava

Henderson

won the

under 20, 18

and 16 girls

divisions.

Paul Culpan (Auck) 14.2, 1; Luke

O’Neill (Chch), 10.6, 2; Hugh

Ritchie (Chch) 10.6, 3; Michael

Grendon (Tara) 8.33, 4.

Women’s longboard

Sasha Brownlie (Auck) 8.87, 1;

Estella Hungerford (Chch) 8.1, 2;

Donna Henderson (Chch) 5.5, 3;

Josephine Moore (Tara) 4.4, 4.

Men’s logger

Luke O’Neill (Chch) 13.3, 1; Nick

Black (Chch) 10.7, 2; Zen Wallis

(Piha) 9.87, 3; Hugh Ritchie

(Chch) 9.4, 4.

Women’s logger

Annelise Coberger (Chch) 10.8, 1;

Sasha Brownlie (Auck) 10.1,

2; Lucy Johnson (Chch) 7, 3;

Lucy Te Moananui (Kaik) 6.03, 4.

Over 40 men’s longboard

Michael Grendon (Tara) 13.7,

1; Shayne Baxter (Chch) 8.33,

2; Al Te Moananui (Kaik) 8.27,

3; Steve Andrews (Chch) 7.6, 4.

Over 50 men’s longboard

Mike Pimm (Chch) 10.5, 1; Mike

Willman (Chch) 7.97, 2; Steve

Andrews (ChCh) 7.67, 3; Den

Cooke (Chch) 5.6, 4.

Over 60 men

Mike Pimm (Chch) 14.4, 1,

Grant Cochrane (Chch) 9.23, 2;

Paul Bennett (Chch) 8.83, 3; Ron

Carter (Chch) 7.67, 4.

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at home on the water

Over 40 women’s longboard

Annelise Coberger (Chch) 11.8, 1;

Donna Henderson (Chch) 9.03, 2;

Kath Edyveanne (Chch) 7.47, 3; Sarah

Armstrong-Park (Chch) 4.5, 4; Bronwyn

Ashby (Chch) 4.5, 4.

Men’s SUP

Alan Te Moananui (Kaik) 11.5, 1; Shane

Baxter (Chch) 10.9, 2; Sam Loader

(Chch) 8.85, 3; Blair Cooke (Chch) 7.93,

4.

Women’s SUP

Amelie Wink (Chch) 13.3, 1; Lucy Te

Moananui (Kaik) 8.5, 2; Hanna Zhionberg

(Chch) 4.4, 3; Wendy Andrews

(Chch) 4.2, 4.

Under 20 boys

Myka Black (Chch) 12.1, 1; Reuben

Peyroux (Dun) 8.23, 2; Neko Tohiariki

(Chch) 7.53, 3; Sam Sands (Chch) 4.5, 4.

Under 20 girls

Ava Henderson (Chch) 9, 1; Georgia

Wederell (Mnt) 6.87, 2; Liv Haysom

(Piha) 6.77, 3; Estella Hungerford

(Chch) 6.13, 4.

Under 18 boys

Myka Black (Chch) 13.4, 1; Taylor

O’Leary (Mur) 8.7, 2; Jai Oakley (Chch)

5.92, 3; Reuben Lyons (Kaik) 4.83, 4.

Under 18 girls

Ava Henderson (Chch) 11, 1; Georgia

Wederell (Mnt) 8, 2; Natasha Gouldsbury

(Levin) 6, 3; Tegen Bishop (Chch)

5.13, 4.

Under 16 girls

Myka Black (Chch) 15.6, 1; Jai Oakley

(Chch) 11.8, 2; Jack Tyro (Chch) 8.6, 3;

Dara O’Malley (Chch) 6.27, 4.

Under 16 girls

Ava Henderson (Chch) 12.7, 1; Leah

Wilson (Chch) 7.03, 2; Natasha Gouldsbury

(Tara) 6.68, 3; Liv Haysom (Piha)

4.67, 4.

Under 14 boys

Tao Mouldey (Mnt) 13.5, 1; Tyler Perry

(Chch) 8, 2; Jack Mckenzie (Waikuku)

7.37, 3; Bill Byers (Piha) 7.03, 4.

Under 14 girls

Anna Brock (Mnt) 7.8, 1; Misha Peyroux

(Dun) 6.03, 2; Chloe Groube (Pau)

4.17, 3; Eden Hungerford (Chch) 3.5, 4.

Under 12 boys

Tao Mouldey (Mnt) 14.3, 1; Indica Corcoran

(Mnt) 9.87, 2; Alexis Owen (Dun)

8.37, 3; Benji Owen (Chch) 5.37, 4.

Under 12 girls

Chloe Groube (Pau) 11.8, 1; Eden

Hungerford (Chch) 6.1, 2; Eva Wilson

(Chch) 6, 3; Amelie Clark (Chch) 3.77,

4.

CALM: Hugh Ritchie finished third in the men’s longboard division.

STYLISH: Shayne Baxter was runner up in the men’s stand up paddleboard division.

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QE II toilet costs

could be slashed

•From page 1

Cr Livingstone previously said a

house could be built for $350,000

so he couldn’t understand why

a toilet block would cost almost

triple that.

However, city council head of

recreation, sports and events Nigel

Cox said the $1 million budgeted

for the toilet and changing room

block had been an estimate.

The building would have four

changing rooms with showers and

toilets, a referees’ changing room,

storage, public toilets, provision of

services and landscaping including

paving, vegetation, seating, a drinking

fountain and cycle stands.

It is part of the $12 million draft

QE II Park Master Plan.

The first phase of the plan includes

a new playground featuring

a sandpit with a digger and buried

“fossils,” a basket swing, wooden

horses and a tube slide.

In a nod to the 1974 Commonwealth

Games held at QE II, two

running tracks have been recommended

for the area, along with a

four square court and podium.

Upgraded fitness stations are

also in the draft plan, along with

a disc golf course and adventure

nature trail.

It was finalised by the hearings

panel and will be approved by

the city council before planning

begins in July.

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for residents to ask questions

about upgrade to roads through St

Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau

proposed in the draft Downstream

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CELEBRATION: Eclipse under-12 team members Amelia, Tiana, Rylee, Mya and Sophie during

the awards ceremony. (Above left) – Empire senior technical drill.

The Canterbury marching teams had a great result

at the national event last Friday and Saturday with

the following results:

•Under-12 grade

Eclipse won the technical

drill, were third in display and

were the overall champion team

out of 22 under-12 teams.

•Under-16 grade

Eclipse won the technical drill

and the display, and were the

overall champion team out of 11

under-16 teams.

•Senior grade

Eclipse won the technical

DRILL: The

Eclipse seniors

(not in order) Sam

(technical leader),

Tisha (display

leader), Kate,

Tracey, Aez, Kaitlin,

Becky, Letitia,

Emily, Jackie,

Janelle, Jayla,

Micky and Renee.

drill, were second in the display

and were the second overall

champion team.

Empire were third in the

technical drill and were the

third overall champion team out

of 13 senior teams.

•Masters grade

Eclipse were second in the

technical drill, second in display

and were the second overall

champion team out of nine

masters grade teams.

MARCH: (Above) The Eclipse senior

technical drill. (Above left) – The

Eclipse masters Vicky Crawford, Vicky

Law (coach), CJ Ahrens, Paulette

Marshall, Alana Diver (coach), Diane

Burton, Sumiko Walker, Rachell

McLeod, Selina McRoberts, Rebecca

Rosie (display leader), Angela Russell,

Anna Gordon (technical leader) and

Donna Yates. (Left) – The Eclipse

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Your Local Views

A common bond of being human

In the wake of the

Christchurch tragedy on

March 15, city councillor

Yani Johanson turns back

to the clock to an opinion

piece he wrote two years

ago about the value of

diversity in our society

At a time when the world is

coming closer together through

cheaper long distance travel

and greater connectivity via the

internet, it feels like there is more

conflict and chaos than ever

before.

Whether it’s the huge number

of refugees fleeing war zones or

the fear-based politics of Donald

Trump and Brexit, it is a time of

great concern for where we are

heading as humans.

As such, I believe we have to

ask ourselves why is this happening?

And, more importantly,

how can we stop this from happening?

In my role as city councillor,

I had the privilege of being

involved in two positive things to

address this.

First, at the city council we

have signed off on a multicultural

strategy, which recognises

“the council has a leadership role

in making Christchurch a city

where diversity is welcomed and

celebrated.”

This strategy has been long

CONNECTION: Linwood Ward city councillor Yani Johanson

with Mohamed Jamma, a survivor of the mosque attacks.

overdue and is a fantastic start on

a journey towards being a more

inclusive place.

Second, I was asked to speak

at the opening of the Friendship

Force national conference.

Friendship Force is a voluntary

group with mission values including

mutual respect, cultural

diversity, cultural exploration

and service.

Its members do this by opening

their homes and hearts to

host visitors from other cities and

countries throughout the world.

They have done an amazing job

bringing people to our city even

after the devastating impact of

the earthquakes.

The work they do and the work

the city council has done on the

multicultural strategy is based on

a simple premise that we all have

a common bond of being human

and that we all deserve to be

treated with dignity and respect.

In my view, when people are

afraid of the unknown, scared of

difference or lacking understanding,

I believe the world is fundamentally

a worse off place to live.

And yet, when we provide

opportunities for dialogue and

communication, for living and

learning and for understanding

and sharing, we are creating a

better world, a better country

and a better city.

In essence, we are creating a

community that celebrates and

cherishes difference rather than

being scared of it.

Following on from the terror

attack, I thought it was timely to

reflect on this soapbox article.

My connections to the attack

were two-fold. As a witness when

it ended, driving past at the same

time police were apprehending

the suspect, and as Linwood

Ward city councillor where the

Linwood Mosque is, it has been

both heart-breaking to experience

what took place and yet

heart-warming to see the community

response.

There is no place for hate

here or anywhere. Kia kaha

Christchurch stay strong.

Local

News

Now

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been installed.

Football goals

installed at reserve

ASTON RESERVE has new

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Northshore Residents’ Association

chairwoman Jayne Mark said

it had been a “lengthy process”

but the goals had finally been

installed at the reserve.

“The NSRA had $500 which

we could contribute to the soccer

goal; we quickly learnt that this

would not go far,” she said.

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Free post-stress counselling

Have you been declined treatment by the DHB ?

The Canterbury Charity Hospital may be able to treat you at no cost.

Counselling is being provided free of charge by the

Canterbury Charity Hospital to provide “psychological

first To aid” be for treated people by who the are needing Charity extra Hospital support you must:

to • help Have with been their turned grief down and with in writing regaining for treatment their “life by the CDHB

balance”

• Not have

following

medical

the

insurance

major traumatic event on

Friday 15 March. All the volunteer counsellors and

psychologists

• Not be able

hold

to afford

recognised

the treatment

national

privately

qualifications.

(means tested)

• Have a referral from your doctor

If you need help please contact the Charity Hospital

to make an appointment:

Phone 03 360 2266 (8am until 5pm week days) or

020 4098 0750 (after hours)

Email: reception@charityhospital.org.nz

Our current services are:

Colonoscopy (acute and screening); Gynaecology and women’s health; Rectal

bleeding clinic; General surgery (abdominal, rectal); Urology; Oral surgery and

dentistry*; Counselling (self referral); Orthopaedics (upper and lower limb); Cataracts.

* All dentistry and oral surgery patients need a dentist’s referral.

Dentistry is available for WINZ clients only, whilst oral surgery may be available if

you fit the criteria.

Our other services are currently:

Colonoscopy (acute and screening); Gynaecology and women’s

health; Rectal bleeding clinic; General surgery (abdominal,

rectal); Urology; Oral surgery and dentistry; Orthopaedics

(upper and lower limb); Cataracts.

Why are the Charity Hospital’s services free?

They are free thanks to the hard work of around 200 volunteers

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Why are the Charity Hospital’s services at no cost to the patient? and administration staff who provide their services at no cost.

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The The Charity Hospital does not receive any Government funding.

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Of every dollar donated, 82 cents goes directly to patient care.

Please donate online at www.charityhospital.org.nz or

complete Please donate the form online below at and www.charityhospital.org.nz post to us at PO Box 20409, or complete the form below and post it to us at

Bishopdale, PO Box 20409, Christchurch Bishopdale, 8543. Christchurch 8543.

YES!

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MY DETAILS

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Tuesday March [Edition 26 datE] 2019 27 11

spoilt for

choice

Refurbished bar retains

same friendly vibe

The popular Chats Bar in North New

Brighton now boasts a fresh, new look

following the extensive post-earthquake

repair process, which has seen the whole

building refurbished.

And while the look may be new, there

is still the same friendly atmosphere and

range of attractions and activities offered

throughout the week, says owner Paul

Manson. Monday night is steak night

at Chats, with two hearty steak meals

offered for just $25 – a great opportunity

for couples to have a night out without

blowing the budget.

Customers can put their general

knowledge to the test on Tuesday night

with Quiz Night and try to win prizes

of bar tabs, while Wednesday night is

Karaoke Night with D.J. Chick.

Thursday is live music night, with

talented duo Des and Crystal presenting a

line-up of popular hits from the 1960s to

the present. Before they arrive, customers

can enjoy ‘Happy Hour’ from 5pm-7pm

with bar tab draws, while discounted

drinks for the ladies are available all

evening.

On Friday and Saturday nights,

customers can watch the rugby and their

other favourite sports on the numerous

big screens, while having another chance

to win more bar tabs. In addition there is

a self-service TAB facility and 18 pokie

machines.

Paul thoroughly

enjoys providing

hospitality for his many

customers, many of

them locals, and from a

wide range of ages.

“We cater for everyone at Chats,” he says.

To ensure everyone can relax and enjoy

themselves Chats provides a Courtesy

Coach Wednesday to Sunday, with a pickup

and take-home service. Phone 388 1566

to book the coach.

Chats Bar & Café is located in the

QE 11 Shopping Centre in Travis Road.

It is open every day from 10am. Closing

time is 9pm Sunday and Monday and

11pm every other day.

Crispy Crunchy Batter

Bluff Oysters Available

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Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

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oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations, as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. No charge.

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SAYGo Steady As You Go

Falls Prevention Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

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There will be a $2 koha entry.

There is no booking fee required,

those interested are invited to just

turn up on the day and see what

the class can do for them.

Parklands Community

Centre (opposite the shops

in Queenspark Drive)

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm, and

Thursday, 9.30am-10.30am

Go along and complete a

class, which lets you complete a

number of exercises without even

leaving your chair. The cost of the

class is $4, and with this, you’ll

get a cup of tea or coffee.

Ascot Community Centre on

Ascot Ave in Parklands

Wā Pēpi/Babytimes

Tuesday, 11.15-11.45am,

Wednesday and Thursday, 10.30-

11am

Go along with your little one

for an interactive programme

including music, movement,

rhymes and a story.

Aranui Library, Tuesday, New

Brighton Library Wednesday,

Shirley Library, Thursday

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just go

along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Technology Help Drop-in

Session

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in session

for help with email, searching

the internet, using the library

catalogue, eBooks, and general

computer queries.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Adult Literacy Upskilling

Course

Friday, 9.30am-noon

Go along for this free course,

which will assist with a variety of

skills, including reading, writing,

maths and computer skills. This

course can go towards NZQA

unit standards.

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is on every

Friday, just go along and join

the fun. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Shirley Library’s Culture

Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice English and

learn about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Held at Brighton mall every

Saturday, just across the road

from the beach and the new

children’s playground.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Mahjong Group

Saturday, 2-4pm

Learn to play mahjong at

Shirley Library. For beginners

and advanced players alike. If you

have your own set, please take it

along, otherwise go and join in a

friendly game.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening – Tycoon

The New Brighton

Clothing Swap

will be happening

at New Brighton

Library on

Thursday,

between 9am-

6pm, as part of

the Sustainable

Living Series. Go

along with your

clean, unwanted

clothing and

swap them for

something new.

Monday, 1pm

Go along and see this 1947

romance, starring John Wayne,

where an American engineer

is hired by a South American

tycoon to bore a tunnel for a new

railroad in the Andes mountains.

Viewing time is 2hr 9min. Cost is

$2, arrive early for a cup of tea or

coffee and a chat.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

The Monday Makers Club

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to weekly after school

making sessions for kids. A range

of activities varying in theme,

week by week. Free of charge, no

booking required.

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Join our

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Saturday

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A bit about us. . .

At Bodyfix, we know our members by name and offer a

welcoming space for all ages, abilities and fitness levels, right

here in Christchurch.

With more than 37 group-fitness classes per week, the latest

equipment, supportive instructors and a team of leading

personal trainers, we’ve got everything you need to achieve your

goals and enjoy the journey along the way.

The Bodyfix secreT exposed

It’s the harmonious blend of factors at Bodyfix

that’s got everyone talking.

Owner Moana Williams explains that Bodyfix is a

motivational ‘family’ environment for people to

relish in and it is clear that is a social haven where

members come to celebrate their daily exercise fix.

With a relaxed, friendly vibe and a strong

community focus, the Bodyfix team take a

fresh approach to health and fitness. “This is a

welcoming, supportive place to work out, no matter

how fit or unfit you feel you are,” says owner, Moana

Williams. “We encourage people to take a healthy

approach to feeling fit, healthy and happy. It’s not

just about weight loss – it comes from within.”

This unique gym specialises in group exercise

classes, and the expert trainers offer a wealth of

industry experience. “We have a really balanced

team, who are all highly knowledgeable in their own

set of niche markets,” she says. “There’s a real fun,

family feel here and we offer a personal touch. And

the vibe attracts the tribe – likeminded people refer

their friends, so the membership grows naturally.”

Bodyfix has supported a range of charities over the

years by raising money through different events.

“Exercising is also about mental health – a clear

mind is a remedy for most things; which is why we

focus on supporting mental health charities. It’s

a great way to encourage the community to get

moving.”

We regularly hold educational events, fundraisers

and offer our space to groups to support our

community. We are much more than just a gym and

believe that our role goes far beyond exercise.

If you would like to try Bodyfix, check out our

website: www.mybodyfix.co.nz

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to create simple, healthy habits that you can maintain all

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It’s easy to put off exercising,

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Experience our uplifting team culture,

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classes are designed to get you motivated and your

heart pumping while helping you achieve your goals.

hIIT FIX

OUR BODYFIX CLASSES:

• Spin Fix • Stomp Fix • Circuit Fix • Pump Fix

• Yoga Fix • Booty Fix • Kick Fix • Punch Fix

• Hiit Fix • Spin Enduro Fix • Spin Lite

• Recovery Fix • Use it or lose it (over 60s)

each memBership includes

• One free consultation with a Personal Trainer and access to our member app

• Full use of our gym with top-of-the-line weight-training and cardio equipment

• Access to a comprehensive mix of more than 37 group fitness classes each

week, including full spin class access

• Free after-hours access add-on - enquire about this on your first visit to the club

• Full access to our well-appointed and clean facilities, including lockers

• Free group challenges, weekly workout ideas, nutrition advice and an online

support community

• Invites to educational, fundraising and social events

cuTTing edge

faciliTies

aT our new

premises

Bodyfix’s brand-new gym offers

easy-to-use equipment you won’t

find elsewhere, with a variety of

innovative cardiovascular and

weight-training machines that

are designed to test your limits,

plus a dedicated boxing area

and Myzone fitness tracking

technology.

Our popular spin-classes are held

in a vibrant, private studio, on

top-of-the-line bikes. You can also

get your heart pumping in our

spacious class area which houses

the latest in strength, cardio, yoga

and stretching equipment.

Today is about

you

saVe

$250

To celebrate the opening of our new club we

have a limited number of silver memberships available!

Valid until the end of April, see online for more details.

Bodyfix - a new you and a new us!

Check out our amazing new premises...

29 Leeds Street, Phillipstown | 03 389 9892 | info@mybodyfix.co.nz

www.mybodyfix.co.nz


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