Liverpool Women’s Health Centre will be running Bowel cancer Screening sessions to Arabic speaking women in Liverpool and Fairfield area
The sessions will run in Arabic
Lunch will be provided
For more information or for booking
contact Yasmin 9601 3555
Spaces are limited
Come and Join us for this six-week program where we will introduce you to practical ways to enhance your emotional well-being and learn about stress management techniques and mindfulness practices.
When: Tuesdays 20th August from 10 am – 12.30 pm.
In Conjunction with Asthma Australia, this workshop will provide participants with information about Asthma and the current treatment options. Correct use of inhalers will also be taught. Participants will receive information on Asthma management plans.
When: Wednesday 4th September from 10 am – 12 noon
This group, for mums with kids from 0-4 years, is designed to strengthen the attachment and interaction between mothers and their children. During this eight week program you will gain skills and confidence that can lead to more positive parenting relationships. We focus on using rhymes, songs and story telling that will be both enjoyable and beneficial to the mothers and their children. There is no cost to attend this group, though a donation is welcomed.
Ngalawa Wingara means ‘to sit and think’ and it is also the name of the Aboriginal women’s healing space at the Centre. Come yarn about what helps us heal and nourishes our spirit through times of grief and loss. There is no cost to attend this group, though a donation is welcomed.
This series of workshops, conducted by our naturopath and gardener, have a focus on nutrition. Each workshop in the series revolves around a particular topic or theme. The health benefits and nutritional value of various herbs, vegetables and fruits are explored; practical tips and techniques are provided in cooking, preparing, preserving and storing foods while gardening advice is provided around planting and growing.
Our next Kitchen Garden Remedies Workshop is:
Inflammation, Pain Management and Your Kitchen Garden
Do you suffer from pain or any of these inflammatory conditions: rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue? Learn how simple things you can grow and eat can help reduce pain and inflammation and restore health. Learn the principles of an anti-inflammatory diet and how to reduce the effects of inlammaging.
When: Tuesday 26th November 10 am to 12.30 pm.
Tai Chi can have a positive effect on the mind and the body. This gentle form of exercise can help in maintaining muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and mobility.
Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful, flowing movements or postures, which are undertaken methodically and precisely, using mindfulness techniques.
We conduct the following two Tai Chi sessions at our premises on Mondays and Fridays, during school terms.
• Beginners Tai Chi – Mondays 10:00am to 11.00am
• Intermediate Tai Chi – Fridays 10.00am to 11.00am
There is no cost to attend this group, though a donation is welcomed.