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Upcoming Events
SHARE @ Bankstown Wellness Festival 2019

Come and join this FREE event with SHARE and Canterbury Bankstown Council.

On Tuesday 1st Ocotber, meet SHARE at Bankstown Wellness Festival for lots of fun activities and information about healthy well-being.

Dont miss our Taichi and Shenzeng demonstration class at 11pm at our information stall!
SHARE New Zumba Gold Class
 
Do you know SHARE is having a new Zumba Gold class?

A gentle, modified Zumba class for beginner and over 50s. Experience an hour of dance, music to boost up your day with friend and Share!

This class will start on 17/10 for every Thursday from 4 pm at St. Patrick's Green Retirement Village.

Contact Us now to register!



 
National Nutrition Week: 13 Oct - 19 Oct
 
SHARE has partnered with Nutrition Australia NSW to celebrate National Nutrition Week.  

National Nutrition Week is Nutrition Australia’s annual healthy eating awareness campaign encouraging Australians to increase their vegetable consumption. The Annual Breakfast promotes Tryfor5

The National Nutrition Week United Nation’s World Food Day on the 16th of October. There are a number of activities planned during the week from stalls at QVB and Martin place, Schools, community and corporates education and demonstration programs, raising awareness to eat five vegetables a day.

 
NEW Hydrotherapy Classes from 16 October
Our new hydrotherapy class is starting from 16 October from  11.30 am - 12.30, at 19,Wurrook Circuit, Caringbah. Classes will run every Wednesday and Friday

Hydrotherapy is a great way to relax joint pains and have lots of fun through exercises and dance movements in water.

If you are interested in enrolling or want to see if this class is right for you - Contact Us.
NEW Gentle Yoga Classes - Kogarah School of Arts
SHARE NEW Gentle Yoga classes from the 16th of October for our over 50s.

Simple breathing and stretching exercises can be done on a mat or sitting in a chair. Come and join this relaxation class on  every Wednesday 10am, at the Kogarah School of Arts.

"With yoga, not only your body should become flexible. Your mind and emotions, and above all your consciousness should become flexible" - Sadguru

Dont hesitate to Contact Us now!
This September
Volunteering Award Barbara Ward

The Centre for Volunteering awarded our President Barbara Ward with NSW Volunteer Of The Year Award – Adult winner. We are thrilled to share this news with you all.

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Due to her commitment to the Rotary Club of Sydney where is she the President, Barbara was unable to collect her award in person. Her dad Rev. Chris received the award on her behalf.

Marrickville Library Opening

SHARE was proud to be part of the opening of the library where our Tai Chi Instructor Master Alex Galvan performed.

This new library at Marrickville is of contemporary design and technology with the original, conserved heritage elements of the hospital building. With regards to sustainability, they have used recycled elements wherever possible and clever design features that reduce energy consumption.

National Women's Health Week - Free Morning Tea was held by Nutrition Australia NSW and SHARE
Nutrition Australia and SHARE celebrated Women’s Health Week on 4th September 2019 at School Kogarah of Art. Over 30 woman of the community has gathered to sharing great tips about nutrition & lifestyle benefiting women through changing life stages (menopause) and ageing. We also had wonderful  experience with Sheng Zhen movements.


SHARE and Nutrition Australia NSW team would like to send a big thank to participants who joined us on the day and to all amazing people who is working hard building a healthier and stronger community.

Fine Food Australia 2019

President Barbara Ward had the opportunity to attend the largest food trade event in Australia called Fine Food Australia, 2019. This event was conducted from 9-12 September 2019, at ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour.

2019 Multicultural Health Week
The NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service had annually held Multicultural Health Week. SHARE held a number of events to raise awareness of health issues experienced by culturally and linguistically diverse communities. 

The theme for Multicultural Health Week 2019 was: Health Literacy of New and emerging communities. 

 
SHARE's Tips to You

What is the healthy weight for you?

Two standard measures for seeing if you are at a healthy weight include:

  • Checking your BMI
    The body mass index (BMI) is a measure of weight in relation to height. While a BMI score of 18.5 to 24.9 usually indicates a healthy weight for adults, the BMI is limited in how well it gauges body fat in older people or those who have lost muscle.  Calculate your BMI.
  • Measuring your Waist Circumference (WC)
    This tells you if you carry extra fat around your abdomen. Abdominal fat is measured because this is where the fat might be coating your internal organs, and WC is used as an indicator of risk for heart disease and stroke. See More.
If you are concerned about your weight speak to your GP about talking to a Dietitian.
How can you follow a healthy eating plan?

Control portion sizes 
A portion is the amount of one food you eat in a single sitting. 

  • Be present during mealtimes - Try to avoid eating in front of the TV, computer, or other screen as you may unconsciously end up overeating.
  • Be informed - Nutrition labels can be hard to read! And often "Serving sizes" claimed by manufacturers don't match what we eat in reality. Click here for some tips on knowing what to look for.
Check in with your health care provider if:
  • You're planning on starting a daily vitamin - they can help you determine if it's necessary and when you should be taking it to maximise its effect!
  • Your medicines may be making your food taste bad or affecting your appetite.
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