Yoga Nidra with Tanja

Womens Health & Family Services runs a number of workshops that can help improve overall health and wellbeing, from Toddler Yoga to Dance and Movement classes. These workshops can benefit our physical activity, relaxation and even lead to better sleep. I recently had the privilege of joining our resident Wellbeing ..Continue Reading

An Interview with WHFS Dietitian Carole

Our Interviewer, Ava Cadee, is a second year student at the University of Western Australia. She is studying a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations. Ava is currently undertaking a marketing internship with WHFS. Carole Parker is our resident dietitian at Womens Health & Family Services (WHFS). ..Continue Reading

It’s Breast to be Aware

Our guest blogger today is UWA student Georgia Donaldson. After spending her last few years delving into the likes of Shakespeare and International Relations, Georgia decided to spend her final winter break of her English and Political Science degree interning at WHFS as a social media and marketing intern. With ..Continue Reading

R U OK? Day 2019

The guest blogger of this week is UWA Public Health student, Sonya Barkovic. Sonya is currently working with the Health Promotion and Education and Training teams at Women’s Health & Family Services as part of her university course. Maintaining health and a positive wellbeing has always been of great importance ..Continue Reading

Free Street Doctor Appts: Wednesdays 5pm-8pm

WHFS are hosting the Street Doctor van outside our premises on a Wednesday night for those who would like a drop-in, bulk-billed appointment. The Street Doctor will be available from 5pm-8pm at 227 Newcastle street, Northbridge. Click Here to view the Street Doctor flyer

SMART Recovery Group for Women: Wednesdays 5.30pm – 7pm

Wednesday evenings 5.30pm-7pm 227 Newcastle Street Northbridge SMART (Self Management and Recovery Training) is for women who want to work through any behaviour change. SMART Recovery is a free group program to help any problematic behaviour including addiction to alcohol or drugs, gambling, shopping, food, internet, relationships or others. Guided ..Continue Reading