Sport & Recreation

THRIVE is all about helping us to be at our best. Research has found that there are six simple actions we can all do daily to help us feel good, do good and live good.

The science of positive psychology is being used to provide community sport and recreation clubs with a structured approach to improve wellbeing, participation and enhance club culture.

THRIVE is now proudly working with the following clubs.

Thrive in Sport & Rec
Thrive in Sport & Rec2 weeks ago

Have a look at all these THRIVE champions at the Langwarrin Community Centre Inc. #communtiesthrive

Thrive in Sport & Rec
Thrive in Sport & Rec3 weeks ago

Treat your Mumma on Mother’s Day @generalpublicmelbourne
On Sunday the 9th of May, All our Mumma’s will receive a complimentary glass of wine with any meal purchase 😋🍷🥂


Don’t forget to book your table.

Thrive in Sport & Rec
Thrive in Sport & Rec3 weeks ago

With only a couple more days until Ladie's Day liftoff, we're pretty excited to announce that one of our silent auction pieces has had a bid of $850!

This piece retails at $1,600, so if you, like us, love Tash Carah...

Thrive in Sport & Rec
Thrive in Sport & Rec3 weeks ago

A great reminder to "THRIVE" at Saturday sport!
Frankston & District Netball Association (Jubilee Park)

Thrive in Sport & Rec
Thrive in Sport & Rec4 weeks ago

Get your tickets now, limited spots available!
Click on the link below
https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=745602

Join us for a wonderful day celebrating women in sport.
Hear from guest speaker Abbey Holmes who will share her experiences across...

Thrive in Sport & Rec
Thrive in Sport & Rec4 weeks ago

A wonderful story about how being apart from those you love doesn't mean you are all alone. When you love someone, you are always connected by your invisible...

Thrive in Sport & Rec
The Invisible String
A wonderful story about how being apart from those you love doesn't mean you are all alone. When you love someone, you are always connected by your invisible...
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The expansion of THRIVE into community sport and recreation clubs is with the support from the South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network as part of the Place-Based Suicide Prevention Trials. This work is in partnership with St Kilda Football Club, Frankston City Council, Peninsula Health and the Primary Care Partnership.

References
1. Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2009). National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing: Summary of Results, 4326.0, 2007. ABS: Canberra.
2. VicHealth. Mental Health Promotion Plan 1999-2002. Carlton, Victoria: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation; 1999.
3. Berkman LF, Glass T, Brissette I, Seeman T. From social integration to health: Durkheim in the new millennium. Social Science & Medicine 2000;51(6):843-857.