Dance Yourself into Shape with Zumba

Shape with Zumba

Dance Yourself into Shape with Zumba

Ditch your standard workout and bring a Zumba party right into your living room with Zumba Fitness for Wii. Zumba Fitness is a program based on the national dance-based exercise craze, Zumba. The secret of Zumba is its pairing of red-hot international dance steps with sexy Latin music which blend together to create an addictively fun, yet challenging exercise party focused on the joy of movement. The popularity of the workout has led to packed gyms and community centers all around the country, but now you and your workout/dance partners can join the party at home via your Wii.

Cat Cancer Support Drugs and day dreams has been delivering these messages across. The program is managed by the Drug, Alcohol and Prevention Services Division of the Mental Health Commission in collaboration with Curtin University. Drugs and day dreams as part of a state framework of educational strategies designed to address illicit drug use among young people in Western Australia. It is the first comprehensive ongoing program on illicit drug education undertaken. The program seeks to provide honest, credible and evidence-based information to young people in order to help them make informed decisions. The campaign targets people aged 14 to 29. With specific focus on certain age groups within this dependent on the campaign message. The campaign uses mass reach education including radio, outdoor, cinema and online media with the aim of preventing young people from using illicit drugs as well as encouraging those who have tried, or regularly use illicit drugs to stop using. Drugs and day dreams currently implements a number of campaigns and programs focusing on illicit drug prevention, methamphetamine and safer events and venues. The program also supports and develops strategies to create safer environments for young people where they may be at risk of harm from illicit drug use. Strong Spirit Strong Mind Strong Spirit Strong Mind promotes the uniqueness of Aboriginal culture as a central strength in guiding efforts to manage and reduce alcohol and other drug related harm in Aboriginal communities. Current Campaigns This section provides information on our current campaigns. It showcases the campaign materials and additional resources. Previous campaigns This section provides information on our previous campaigns. It showcases the campaign materials and additional resources. Useful links This section provides links to other sources of drug information.