The practice of Tai Chi is well known to improve health in body and mind, easing stress and tension, strengthening core muscles and building vitality. This is combined with the mindfulness of focusing on the moves, on what is happening in nature in each moment and with the way that being out in nature can lift the spirits. This can be an uplifting and transformative practice for the whole person. Continue reading NEW: Forest Chi commences May 10th at the Pavilion
Congratulations to OCRA Flyers Gym and Trampoline Club, who have taken six places in the South West trampoline and double mini trampoline squads.
The South West regional team qualifying competition was held at the University of Bath. The top two performers in each grade and age group in trampoline and double mini trampoline (DMT) qualify for places in the regional team, with performers who come third and fourth qualifying as reserves. Continue reading OCRA Flyers take off for the Regionals
Grade 1 Walks have now been merged with the Tuesday Grade 2 walks. They take up to 30 minutes and will still take place fortnightly. For further information, please contact: David Arney – 01837 861829 or email – Darney382@aol.com
OCRA working in partnership with fusion to deliver “excellent” sport, activity & health development across West Devon – year 1
It’s been a fantastic year for OCRA’s Sport Development role, providing that essential support and glue that brings things together and makes them happen. We have had a great impact on local people’s access to services, facilities, events and activities that improve health outcomes and promote healthy lifestyles. Quest accreditation recognised our joint development plan structure and our positive impact on Community Outcomes at both centres as “excellent”. Continue reading OCRA and Fusion in partnership – Year 1