Health & Lifestyle Workshops


‘Need tips to improve your health and happiness?’


Red Ginger Services is pleased to offer its Health & Lifestyle Workshops, fun and interactive presentations designed to provide an informative and light hearted approach to health.

All workshops are delivered by experienced health educators and:

  • Are based on the latest research
  • Aim to increase participants understanding of key health topics
  • Dispel myths
  • Use mixed media to get the message across
  • Provide strategies to improve individual wellness

Options include (but are not limited to):

  • It’s All about Balance
  • Lifestyle Management - ‘The Magic 8’
  • Exercise as Therapy
  • Stress Management
  • Positive Nutrition
  • Exercise Across a Lifetime
  • Positive Sexuality
  • Creative Expression
  • Mindfulness
  • Yoga

The workshop format is flexible and adaptable to suit your needs and budget:

  • 1-2 hours
  • Half day
  • Full day
  • Full program

We would love to work with you and your group!

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CPR Training


'A skill that been proven to save lives' 


Red Ginger Services is pleased to offer the opportunity for you to learn or maintain the life-saving skill of Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in a fun and interactive style of class

Options available:

  • Full course    3.5 - 4 hours (depending on group size)
  • Refresher      2 - 2.5 hours

Our CPR Training sessions are run by qualified Resuscitation Trainers and are delivered onsite:

  • At schools
  • In workplaces
  • In community halls
  • In churches
  • In private homes

The course is suitable for:

  • Parents and families
  • Workplace Health and Safety needs of organisations
  • Young people in school or private settings

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Course caters for individuals or groups up to 15 people


All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion issued by our registered training organisation, Royal Life Saving Society of Western Australia


Please note, this is community based training only, and is not suitable if formal units of competency are required.