Meet Catherine, Cassandra and Libby and learn how to enhance your health
On Wednesday 22 March 2023 it’s all about you and your health.
Join us (with friends and family) to meet these inspiring women. You’ll hear firsthand how their knowledge can help you create a better health regime.
From the Mediterranean lifestyle, secrets of healthy ageing, and strong pelvic health, there’s something for women of all ages and stages.
As well as the chance to meet and mingle with interesting women whose company you’ll love and join an informative Q&A session.
Need to know:
When: Wednesday 22 March, 2023
Where: City of Melbourne Bowls Club
Hospitality: Sparkling or vino on arrival, drinks at bar prices during evening
Mediterranean platters and nibbles
Price: $59 per head ($99 for two, $145 for three)
What you’ll learn:
Mediterranean lifestyle longevity
Melbourne based Professor Catherine Itsiopoulos has deep experience in the field of human nutrition, with a speciality in Mediterranean dietary research. Her most recent project (together with a team of experts from the US, Europe and the United Kingdom), is the establishment of the Mediterranean Lifestyle Medicine Institute (MLMI).
The answers to healthy ageing
Professor Cassandra Szoeke wrote the book (Secrets of Women’s Healthy Ageing ) on age and ageing well. Based upon 30 years of longitudinal research, it’s a virtual bible on what to do now, to make your later life better. The good news is that women get better as they get older.
Preventing that leak of confidence
Specialist physiotherapist Libby Oldfield has been successfully helping women of all ages achieve their physical health goals for many years, particularly in relation to the pelvic floor. Her keen interest in the health and wellbeing of older women has resulted in developing programs, conducting classes and lecturing at the University of Melbourne.