Wellbeing + Environment

Beginning NEW DATE 4 JULY at 5:30pm, Emma Waldron presents a  mat-work pilates class suitable for beginners  Mats will be provided by PHCC or bring your own. 10 classes for $150.00.
Book here.

With a Certificate IV in mat-work and reformer pilates from Breathe Education, Emma has worked previously at KX Pilates Studios in Fitzroy, Northcote, and Mitcham teaching reformer pilates. Please note: This booking is for a term of 10 sessions, starting on 4 July and is not transferable. 


Mums and Bubs begins 10 am Wednesday 6 April, downstairs
Grownups Yoga begins 6:30 pm Tuesday 12 April, upstairs.
Please contact Kate with enquiries or to book your place: hello@runitbykate.com.au

https://www.runitbykate.com.au/


Places are available in our ever-popular Tai Chi classes on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
Please contact our wonderful tutor, Kheng, on 0404 830 055 to find out more and to assess your suitability for the course.

Classes are $150 for 10 weeks and payment is to be made directly to Princes Hill Community Centre once enrolment is complete.


Greening the Cemetery
Expressions of interest
: Register HERE
As you may know, The Princes Hill Community Centre is located near the Melbourne General Cemetery (MGC);  a place of local, state, and national importance. The 106 acre cemetery, established in 1852  was originally “designed as a public park, with curved pathways, trees and shrubs…”.

During Covid 19 lockdown restrictions, many people spent their walks exploring the Melbourne Cemetery and became aware that it represents a significant open space, with great potential as a haven for flora and fauna, as well as people.

Last year our call out for expressions of interest in ‘Greening the Cemetery’ was very well-received. After a lot of back and forth communication, we are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel! The Steering Committee will now begin the process of putting a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place with the Cemetery Trust and an Operations Manual is in the works. As a result, working bees are some way off, but we will keep you up to date when we have further news.


Bring along your clean glass jars with lids or pick some up as you need them. This is an on-going eco-project fighting the war on waste and weevils!