Events

Events

Our wellness hub on the corner of Liverpool and Elizabeth Streets in Hobart is a place where every Tasmanian can find ways to get healthier.

We host a range of sessions, events, and activities for both our members and the community to attend. We also work with like-minded Tasmanian organisations to deliver programs right in the centre of Hobart.

If you are interested in working with us in our space, get in touch at events@stlukes.com.au.

Our Launceston wellness hub is coming soon! Keep an eye out on this webpage or on our social media accounts for updates.

Please be aware that photography and/or filming may take place at these events and, by attending events, you acknowledge and agree that any images taken at the event may be used by St Lukes for promotional and marketing purposes.

Note that all event bookings completed through our third-party supplier, SimplyBook.me Ltd are non refundable. Click here for terms and conditions.

An Evening with Julie Goodwin

An Evening with Julie Goodwin

Thursday, 8th August 5.45pm
1 hour and 45 minutes.|$10

Join us for an intimate evening with Julie Goodwin as she shares her remarkable journey from mum to culinary sensation and media personality. Through triumphs and tribulations, Julie’s story resonates with authenticity and courage, shedding light on her battles with anxiety, addiction, and depression.
Julie will be interviewed by Hobart reporter Georgie Burgess, followed by a chance for audience questions. Reserve your spot now for an evening of heartfelt conversation, empowerment, and community.
Proudly supported by Dymocks Hobart. Books will be available for purchase on the night.

Julie Goodwin Book Signing

Julie Goodwin Book Signing

Thursday, 8th August 5:00pm
45 mins|FREE

Open to the public, no ticket required. Come and get your book signed by Julie and Books will be available for purchase on the night.
Proudly supported by Dymocks Hobart.

Yoga
Every Tuesday at 7:45am
45 Minutes|$8

Our yoga sessions focus on improving your flexibility and mobility, balance and coordination.
With instructors from Udara.

Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes.

Your Way to 5K - Running Group

Your Way to 5K - Running Group

Every Tuesday at 9:15am
1 hour|Free

Starting July 9th

Always wanted to run 5k but not sure where to start? 

Over ten weeks build up your stamina and technique, learn how to prevent injury and make running fun, and prepare for the Cancer Council’s Womens 5k run on September 8. Join personal trainers from Fit’n’kicking for a guided walk/run program with like-minded people and get individual attention to help you progress from your starting point.

Drop in and out when it suits your schedule and meet at the front entrance of the new St Lukes building 93 Cimitiere St.

Express Yoga

Express Yoga

Various sessions
30 min|$6

Our yoga sessions focus on improving your flexibility and mobility, balance and coordination.
With instructors from Udara.

Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes.

Lunch Running Club

Lunch Running Club

Every Monday at 12:00pm
30 min|Free

Join us for a guided 30-minute run around the city, perfect for fitting in some cardio on your lunch break! 

Leaving from St Lukes Hobart, on the corner of Liverpool and Elizabeth Streets. 

Each run consists of 30 mins of social running (or walking) - 15 mins out, 15 mins back.

Mat Pilates with Phoenix Harrison

Mat Pilates with Phoenix Harrison

Every Wednesday at 12:15pm
45 minutes|$8

Mat Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on strengthening the core muscles, improving flexibility and enchaining overall body alignment. It involves performing a series of controlled movements on a mat, using body weight as a resistance. The exercises target specific muscle groups including the abdominals, back, hips, and glutes.

Strength for Life Presented by Kieser

Strength for Life Presented by Kieser

Every Thursday at 10:00am
1 hour|Free

Strength for Life aims to improve the health and vitality of older adults through exercise and community.

Weekly sessions are run by an accredited exercise physiologist and involve a combination of strength and balance exercises to help improve physical fitness and mobility for a better quality of life.

All fitness levels are welcome! Please wear comfortable clothing and a drink bottle.

St John CPR Lab
Thursday, 25th July at 12:30pm
1 Hour|Free

Got a spare 10 minutes? Stop by the St John CPR Lab to learn lifesaving skills. Whether you're young or old, a novice or seeking a refresher, St John's expert trainers will guide you through CPR essentials. It only takes a few minutes, but it could save a life!

Preparing for Life After Birth

Preparing for Life After Birth

Saturday, 22nd June at 10:00am
2 hr 30 mins| $50 per couple

Concerned about life post-baby, and juggling sleep deprivation, feeding, visitors, pets, toddlers, and self-care? Dr. Renee White, Founder of Australia’s first doula village, Fill Your Cup, and experienced mother, will guide you in preparing for life after birth. With 16+ years in health education, she's been featured in Sydney Morning Herald and MamaMia’s Hello, Bump! podcast.

Guide Pals Literacy Program

Guide Pals Literacy Program

June/July - Various Sessions
1 hour (10 minute sessions)|Free


Presenting the Guide Pals Literacy Program! We provide a non-judgemental environment in which children can build their literacy competency and engagement by reading to a comforting furry friend. Bring your favourite book or choose from one of our favourites. Our fully trained guide dogs (like Quincy featured above) are ready to listen free of criticism!

Suitable for ages 6-12.

 

Festival of Voices: Deep South (TAS) & Cranbourne Chorale (VIC)

Festival of Voices: Deep South (TAS) & Cranbourne Chorale (VIC)

Saturday 29th June at 12:00pm
1 hour|Free

Our Hobart wellness hub will be a pop-up location for this year's edition of the Festival of Voices. 

Come in and enjoy a free choir concert.

Healing Men’s Minds presented by The Outback Mind Foundation

Healing Men’s Minds presented by The Outback Mind Foundation

Monday, 1st July at 6:30pm
1 hr 30 mins|$20 + booking fee

The Outback Mind Foundation presents an informative session open to everyone that focuses on improving mental health outcomes and features the documentary Healing Men’s Minds.
In this session, you will be provided with insight and education to help men gain and maintain good mental health, see the evidence of the gaps men experience and discover what can be done to help improve self-awareness, relationships and overall wellbeing.

Clubs Tasmania - Fuelling your body as an Athlete

Clubs Tasmania - Fuelling your body as an Athlete

Tuesday, 2nd July at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

Clubs Tasmania in conjunction with St Lukes are excited to invite you to our 6 free seminars revolving around all aspects of sport.

With some great topics ranging from nutrition for juniors, body image for athletes to managing asthma and diabetes in sport - these should not be missed.

Festival of Voices: Bayside Divas (QLD)

Festival of Voices: Bayside Divas (QLD)

Wednesday 3rd July at 5:30pm
30 mins|Free

Our Hobart wellness hub will be a pop-up location for this year's edition of the Festival of Voices. 

Come in and enjoy a free choir concert.

Self Defence Workshops

Self Defence Workshops

Thursday 4th, 11th & 18th July at 12:00pm
1 hour|$10

Personal Safety is more than just learning physical self-defence skills, it’s about using preventative strategies and social/psychological skills to ensure it’s only necessary to use physical skills as a last resort.

Master Steven Weston (VIIIth degree black belt) is offering these classes to help people feel more confident in their own ability to protect themselves.  

Festival of Voices: Peace'n'Choir (QLD)

Festival of Voices: Peace'n'Choir (QLD)

Thursday, 4th July at 5:30pm
30 mins|Free

Our Hobart wellness hub will be a pop-up location for this year's edition of the Festival of Voices. 

Come in and enjoy a free choir concert.

Festival of Voices: Southern Sky (TAS)

Festival of Voices: Southern Sky (TAS)

Friday, 5th July at 5:30pm
30 mins|Free

Our Hobart wellness hub will be a pop-up location for this year's edition of the Festival of Voices. 

Come in and enjoy a free choir concert.

Cancer Council Tasmania Qigong Classes

Cancer Council Tasmania Qigong Classes

Every Friday starting July 5th to August 2nd at 10:00am
1 hour|Free

All Tasmanians impacted by cancer may be eligible (subject to availability), for program details and to register contact Cancer Council Tasmania, Hobart Supportive Care team on 1300 65 65 85 or email supportservicessouth@cancertas.org.au.

Restorative Qigong is a gentle form of exercise that combines relaxation, posture, slow breathing, meditation and movement into one art.

Benefits of Qigong include improved immune function, strengthening of muscles, increased flexibility, calming of the mind and more.

Festival of Voices: Tasmanian Ukrainian Choir (TAS) & Sisongke (TAS)

Festival of Voices: Tasmanian Ukrainian Choir (TAS) & Sisongke (TAS)

Saturday, 6th July at 12:00pm
1 hour|Free

Our Hobart wellness hub will be a pop-up location for this year's edition of the Festival of Voices. 

Come in and enjoy a free choir concert.

Pop Up Hearing Clinic

Pop Up Hearing Clinic

Monday, 8th July at 11:00am
3 hours|Free

Rediscover the sounds you love with a quick free 15-minute hearing check* with Hearing Australia’s friendly team. At our hearing checks, we guide you through maintaining good hearing health and provide information on how to manage common hearing issues. Take the first step to start your journey towards better hearing.

* Only 15-minute hearing checks are free. Other services may attract charges/fees or may be subsidised for those eligible under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program, to which conditions apply. A hearing check is a screening that helps identify people that may have hearing loss. 

Clubs Tasmania - Nutrition for Juniors

Clubs Tasmania - Nutrition for Juniors

Tuesday, 9th July at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

Clubs Tasmania in conjunction with St Lukes are excited to invite you to our 6 free seminars revolving around all aspects of sport.

With some great topics ranging from nutrition for juniors, body image for athletes to managing asthma and diabetes in sport - these should not be missed.

St John  - General First Aid for kids (All Ages)
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St John - General First Aid for kids (All Ages)

Tuesday 9th July 10am
1 hour 45 mins|FREE

Join St John these holidays for their free First Aid in Schools Holiday Program! 

Our comprehensive general first aid program covers DRSABCD and offers engaging activities for kids of all ages. Little ones can bandage teddies and learn to call 000, while older children practice CPR and defibrillation.

St John - Outdoor First Aid for Kids (10+)
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St John - Outdoor First Aid for Kids (10+)

Wednesday 10th July, 1:45pm - 3:30pm
1 hour 45 mins|FREE

Join St John these holidays for their free First Aid in Schools Holiday Program! 

Designed for adventurous kids aged 10 and above or those with prior first aid experience, this program teaches essential skills for handling emergencies in the great outdoors. Learn how to manage snake bites, what to do in extreme temperatures, and more outdoor survival skills!

Clubs Tasmania - Managing Diabetes in Sport

Clubs Tasmania - Managing Diabetes in Sport

Monday, 15th July at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

Clubs Tasmania in conjunction with St Lukes are excited to invite you to our 6 free seminars revolving around all aspects of sport.

With some great topics ranging from nutrition for juniors, body image for athletes to managing asthma and diabetes in sport - these should not be missed.

Mental Health First Aid Training
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Mental Health First Aid Training

Tuesday 16th – Wednesday 17th July
2 days|$325

1 in 5 Australians will experience a mental health problem in any given year. 

The Mental Health First Aid course will teach you how to provide initial support to someone who is experiencing a mental health problem or crisis. This course is based on guidelines developed through the expert consensus of people with lived experience of mental health problems and professionals.

Please note this course is not a therapy or support group, it’s an education course to learn how to give first aid to others.

St John - Pet First Aid for Kids (All Ages)

St John - Pet First Aid for Kids (All Ages)

Thursday 18th July, 1:45pm
1 hours 45 mins|FREE

Join St John these holidays for their free First Aid in Schools Holiday Program! 

Perfect for young animal lovers, St John Pet First Aid for Kids class teaches children how to care for their furry friends in emergencies, whether it's a cat, dog, rabbit, or mouse. Kids will enjoy practicing on a variety of toy pets, ensuring a fun and educational experience.

Baby and Child First Aid Session

Baby and Child First Aid Session

Sunday, 21st July at 10:00am
2 hours|$25

A 2 hour First Aid Information session for parents and carers of babies and young children.

During the session you will learn information on children's health, first aid, and safety in a warm and friendly environment.

Heart Health and Exercise: How to keep the body's fuel pump going

Heart Health and Exercise: How to keep the body's fuel pump going

Monday 22nd July 10:30am
1 hour|FREE

The human heart beats 100,000 times per day, pumping fuel around the entire body. 
Join Dr Jack Evans and Dr Myles Moore as they discuss the risk factors that can contribute to poor heart health and highlight how every bit of activity and exercise can help keep your body's ‘fuel pump’ running strong.

Cancer Council Tasmania Pilates Program

Cancer Council Tasmania Pilates Program

Every Monday from July 22nd to August 26th at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

All Tasmanians impacted by cancer may be eligible (subject to availability), for program details and to register contact Cancer Council Tasmania, Hobart Supportive Care team on 1300 65 65 85 or email supportservicessouth@cancertas.org.au.

Remedial Pilates classes focus on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing. These classes are for everyone, whether you are rehabilitating an injury, recovering from illness or interested in improving your physical and mental health. Our focus is primarily on the quality of each movement and the integration of the whole body, ensuring good posture throughout.

Clubs Tasmania - Body Image in Athletes

Clubs Tasmania - Body Image in Athletes

Tuesday, 23rd July at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

Clubs Tasmania in conjunction with St Lukes are excited to invite you to our 6 free seminars revolving around all aspects of sport.

With some great topics ranging from nutrition for juniors, body image for athletes to managing asthma and diabetes in sport - these should not be missed.

RHHRF - Research Matters - Information seminar on Pain Management

RHHRF - Research Matters - Information seminar on Pain Management

Wednesday, 24th July 5:30pm
1 hour 30 mins|FREE

Join us for an evening focused on the latest advancements in pain management. Our speakers, Greg Peterson, Dawn Aitken and Felicity Veal will share insights on modern pain management techniques, the role of medications, and the potential benefits of cannabis in therapeutic practices. Their expertise spans across research and experience in pharmacy and healthcare policy.

A Way With Words: Book launch with Theo Kapodistrias

A Way With Words: Book launch with Theo Kapodistrias

Thursday 25th July 5.30pm
1 hr 30 mins|FREE

Join us to celebrate the launch of A Way With Words, a book written by Theo Kapodistrias who is a multi-award-winning lawyer, speaker and the Executive Director of TEDxHobart. A Way With Words aims to teach readers the strategies and tools to achieve success to speak confidently in public, present engagingly in meetings and to communicate authentically in any situation. Enjoy a short address and fireside conversation with Theo, as well as book signing and sales.

Clubs Tasmania - Supplements (The good, the emerging and the ones to avoid)

Clubs Tasmania - Supplements (The good, the emerging and the ones to avoid)

Tuesday, 30th July at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

Clubs Tasmania in conjunction with St Lukes are excited to invite you to our 6 free seminars revolving around all aspects of sport.

With some great topics ranging from nutrition for juniors, body image for athletes to managing asthma and diabetes in sport - these should not be missed.

Tasmanian Hospitality Association Women in Leadership Charity Cocktail Party

Tasmanian Hospitality Association Women in Leadership Charity Cocktail Party

Tuesday, July 30th 5:30pm
2 hours|$120

St Lukes Hobart is pleased to host the inaugural Tasmanian Hospitality Association Women in Leadership Charity Cocktail Party - an exciting and entertaining evening proudly supporting S.H.E. Gynaecological Cancer Group.

This will be an evening of inspiration, conversation, fine food and wine, with the satisfaction of knowing you are making a contribution to provide support, hope and education for women affected by Gynaecological Cancer.

Dr Rebecca Chabot - Breathwork Techniques to Reduce Stress

Dr Rebecca Chabot - Breathwork Techniques to Reduce Stress

Thursday, 1st August. 1:00pm
1 hour|FREE


Everyone can learn to harness the superpower of the breath. In this session, participants will learn the basic science around breathing and why learning to breathe better is important. They will be guided through a variety of basic breathing practices and techniques that will introduce them to the power of the breath to improve mental and physical health.

Clubs Tasmania - Managing Asthma in Sport

Clubs Tasmania - Managing Asthma in Sport

Tuesday, 6th August at 1:00pm
1 hour|Free

Clubs Tasmania in conjunction with St Lukes are excited to invite you to our 6 free seminars revolving around all aspects of sport.

With some great topics ranging from nutrition for juniors, body image for athletes to managing asthma and diabetes in sport - these should not be missed.

Eat Like an Adult with Coach Josh Wood

Eat Like an Adult with Coach Josh Wood

Thursday 8th August 1pm
1 hour|FREE

Coach Josh Wood, BHSc GCSC is a TEDx speaker, health educator, and online fitness coach who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. Coach Josh works to help people find their passion for activity through online coaching, speaking, and teaching busy people how to eat like an adult. He spent most of his adult life studying the body through manual therapies, health science, and strength and conditioning. 

Lunchtime Concert Series: Tasha Zappala and Tiff Norchick

Lunchtime Concert Series: Tasha Zappala and Tiff Norchick

Saturday August 31st, 12pm
2 hours|FREE

Tasha Zappala is a singer-songwriter based in lutruwita/Tasmania. When not serenading, she spends her time in the southern woods making billypots of beans, drinking tea and capturing field recordings. Joined by Tiff Norchick on harp, original folk compositions, live loops, harmonies and soft improvisations will be shared.

Lifeline Tasmania: Introduction to Trauma

Lifeline Tasmania: Introduction to Trauma

Friday 6th September 9:30
7 hours|$295

Trauma is usually invisible to the human eye. This workshop will help you to understand the internal landscape of those affected by trauma, the common impacts on a person’s brain and body, and what this means in terms of behaviour, social skills, self-regulation and more. As your understanding develops you will gain more confidence to express your understanding and interact in a skilful way with those impacted by trauma.

Lifeline Tasmania: Trauma Informed Practice

Lifeline Tasmania: Trauma Informed Practice

Friday 13th September 9:30
7 hours|$295

Trauma Informed Practice is not only a growing mandate in many frontline job roles, but it is also contemporary practice. Providing people with interactions that are trauma informed results in better service outcomes in the long-term. It also reduces the risk of re-traumatisation, builds trust, and supports ongoing access for people who might otherwise not engage.

Lifeline Tasmania: Accidental Counsellor

Lifeline Tasmania: Accidental Counsellor

Friday 4th October 9:30
3 hours|$195

Lifeline's Accidental Counsellor workshop empowers you to develop the skills needed to offer compassionate and effective support to loved ones, colleagues, or even strangers experiencing emotional distress.

Whether facing these situations at home, work, or in your community, this workshop provides valuable tools you can use to navigate them confidently.

While this workshop doesn't qualify you as a professional counsellor, you'll gain the confidence and practical tools to offer compassionate and helpful support to friends, family, colleagues, and others in need.