Free Women's Health Charity Event, Mona Vale Surf Life Saving Club, 18 May 2019
Thank you to those who joined us for a light lunch to raise money for a 'girl and her world' charity event focusing on women's health, we will be addressed by thought leaders in their fields, all working to build better communities and to promote further education on women’s health. A 'girl and her world' charity helps women in the Pacific Islands by educating girls and providing income generation projects, which is an important step towards overcoming poverty. It has been said that education is the best way to fight poverty and extremism. Educating girls leads directly to better health, improved life outcomes for families, as well as lower rates of child mortality and malnutrition for the next generation. To donate, please click here
The key speakers included:
Sharmine Dewhurst, Physiotherapist, Mona Vale, Beaches Physiotherapy,
Kym Cross, A girl and her World Charity,
Angelica Bilibio, Clinical Psychologist, Mona Vale,
Linda Elliot, Clinical Psychologist, Mona Vale,
Belle O'Neil, Naturopath, Warriewood,
Jane Miles, Naturopath, Newport
Glynis Howard, Midwife, Sleep Consultant, Northern Beaches,
Suset Frundt, Fitness Instructor, Curves Mona Vale
Alison Frendin, Real Fitness for Mums, Elanora Heights.
A free light lunch and refreshments was provided.
Spaces are limited, topics include Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Relationships and Intimacy, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Eczema and Allergies, Hormonal Balance, Sleep Disorders, Exercise and Diabetes, Exercising with a Prolapse.
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'Thank you great day' ' Very interesting subjects' ' Thank you very interesting, will follow up with pelvic floor exercises'
'Such a great day for women to gain knowledge about their bodies' 'Thank you very enjoyable' 'Thank you for the passion I'd like to be involved' 'Would love to attend more like this' 'Great event, thank you' 6 February 2016