Embracing health and wellbeing at Thyme Country Club

Published 9:41am 18 August 2021

Embracing health and wellbeing at Thyme Country Club
Words by Moreton Daily

Thyme Lifestyle Resort Moreton Bay will officially celebrate the Grand Opening of its Country Club on September 11.

A boutique sized community created exclusively for people over 50, Thyme Lifestyle Resort's new state-of-the-art Country Club will provide its homeowners with more ways to improve their health and wellbeing in this already thriving community.

Staying socially active

One of the ways homeowners at Thyme Lifestyle Resort improve their mental wellbeing is by staying connected with people and forging new friendships.

There’s a bustling social calendar that includes trivia nights, road trips, dining out and morning teas, which are great opportunities for people to connect or meet new people.

The Country Club will provide numerous new ways for the community to come together.

The new alfresco lounge and private bar is the perfect place for a game of cards, sundowner drinks or to even cheer on teammates at a friendly lawn bowls tournament on the green.

There is also a luxurious cinema, so a night out at the movies with friends is right on your doorstep.

Making a splash in the pool

Physical activities provide a great opportunity for homeowners to enhance overall health and mental wellbeing.

The Country Club features a magnesium swimming pool and spa, which is gentler on the skin than a chlorine pool, and can help sooth sore muscles and reduce stress.

It’s the perfect destination for taking a dip and reading a book poolside during the warmer months.

For more fitness-focused activities like aqua aerobics or swimming laps, the pool is a great facility to take part in exercise that is easy on your joints with water-based activities supporting up to 90 percent of your body weight.

The swimming pool at Thyme Moreton Bay is also heated for use all year round.

Embracing health and wellbeing at Thyme Country Club

Keeping active and fit

There are many other ways Thyme Moreton Bay homeowners can stay active and fit in the Country Club.

The new bowling green is the perfect place for a match with friends.

Whether it’s a competition game of bowls or barefoot, it’s a much-loved game in the community that provides low-impact physical activity and helps increase co-ordination.

For those wanting to work up more of a sweat in a gym, look no further than the new Fitness Studio.

Overlooking the resort pool, work out in an airconditioned studio featuring cardio and workout equipment to help increase blood flow, which can help improve memory and thinking ability.

Embracing health and wellbeing at Thyme Country Club

Discover Thyme Lifestyle Resort

Thyme lifestyle resort Moreton Bay is selling homes from $398,000. 

Surrounded by nature, with the convenience of living in a metropolitan location - and now featuring a new Country Club, it’s the perfect place to call home.

Explore the health and wellbeing benefits for at the Country Club Grand Opening Event on September 11 and enjoy complimentary food, drinks and entertainment. 

Reserve free tickets at www.thyme.com.au or call 1300 295 807.

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