Speak your Mind: Wellness

Wrap your head around new perspectives on feminism, climate change, wellness, technology and race in this new series

Produced by the City of Sydney

This new series of topical panels feature unique Australian voices from fiction authors and academics to activists and experts. Offering readers and writers diverse perspectives on feminism, climate change, wellness, technology and race, this is a great opportunity to join in the conversation.

The contemporary wellness movement encourages active participation in dieting, exercise, alternative medicine and mindfulness. Our panel will discuss wellness from multiple perspectives and answer questions around your own search for wellness.

Our panellists

Leanne Hall – Head First, Health Fast
As an experienced integrative psychologist, qualified personal trainer and nutrition coach, Leanne focuses on prevention and sustainable health. Lecturing at the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales, she also features as a health expert on Channel 10 and writes for Open Colleges.

Lola Berry – Beauty Food
As a leading nutritionist, Lola appears on The Project, The Today Show and A Current Affair. A spokesperson on nutrition and wellbeing, she’s devised the groundbreaking 20/20 Diet, based on her own weight journey and has authored 6 bestselling books. Lola believes you decide how you nourish your body, mind and soul – every day

Brigid Delaney – Wellmania
A senior writer for Guardian Australia, Brigid previously worked as a lawyer and journalist at the Sydney Morning Herald, the Telegraph (London), Ninemsn and CNN. She is also the author of 2 books: This Restless Life and Wild Things.

Richard Cornish – Brain Food
Richard came to food writing with a mission: to bring authenticity to the serious tone of Australia’s food media. His column, Brain Food aims to have fun with the concepts of food, cooking and dining while delivering down-to-earth information.

Tickets are limited and bookings are recommended.

Presented by City of Sydney in collaboration with Better Read Than Dead.

Unfortunately, the venue is accessible only by stairs

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When
Tuesday 17 October 2017 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm
Where
Newtown Library
8-10 Brown Street, Newtown
Cost
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