We all know mindfulness is important and impacts
our health, but what does mindfulness actually mean
and how do we utilise it to our benefit?
Please join us in exploring mindfulness and its connection to diabetes.
Suzannah Smart, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist
An understanding of why and how mindful eating can be a useful
tool when it comes to managing your diabetes will be explored.
Taking the Stress out of Eating
Maddie Freeman, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Credentialled Diabetes Educator
We tell ourselves we should be eating a healthy diet, however putting
it into practice is often easier said than done. If food shopping or cooking is
becoming stressful and leaving you with little inspiration, then this talk
might be the one for you.
Pamela Kirgianis, Certified Yoga Teacher, Diabetes Educator and Pharmacist
The modern practice of yoga has fast become a popular form of exercise and relaxation for many around
the world. With more styles of yoga than choices of coffee it’s easy to get lost. This session will take you
back to the grass roots of what yoga really is, the benefits of a regular practice, demonstrate the inclusive
nature of yoga and that yoga is a practice for everybody and every body.
- Date: Saturday 13 March 2021
- Time: 9.30am–12.30pm (arrive by 9.15am for a 9.30am start)
- Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre; City Rooms 1 & 2; North Terrace (Morphett Bridge entrance), Adelaide
- Cost: FREE for NDSS Registrants and their families. Includes morning tea
Accessing the seminar
Please be advised that on the day entry to the City Rooms is via the West Entrance only. The west entrance is the one nearest to the Morphett Street bridge and there is a carpark directly under this door with access to the carpark from North Terrace, map detail below.
The NDSS is administered by Diabetes Australia.
NDSS Helpline 1800 637 700 | ndss.com.au