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.

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.

Lunchtime Concert Series: Stacey and Grant

Lunchtime Concert Series: Stacey and Grant

Saturday, 11th May at 12:00pm
Hobart|2 hours|FREE

Step away from the hustle and bustle of the city and join vocalist Stacey Loukis and Guitarist Grant Woodward for a free 2-hour concert at our Hobart wellness hub.

Experience an enchanting afternoon listening to a collection of soulful jazz standards and contemporary covers.

Suicide Conversation Skills by Lifeline Tasmania

Suicide Conversation Skills by Lifeline Tasmania

Friday, 19th April at 9:00am
Hobart|3 hours|$195
A suicide prevention workshop designed to increase suicide alertness. Explores signs that a person may be experiencing suicidal thoughts and how to connect the person to support.
 
Learning Outcomes
  • Increased understanding of a suicidal ideation.
  • Increased ability to recognise invitations for help.
  • Increased ability to notice and respond to situations in which thoughts of suicide may be present.
  • Understanding of how to connect a person with thoughts of suicide to appropriate support and further community resources.
Baby and Child First Aid Session

Baby and Child First Aid Session

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

This event is now fully booked

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.

Needle Felting Workshop - Parent and Kids Gnome Session

Needle Felting Workshop - Parent and Kids Gnome Session

Tuesday, 23rd April at 10:00am
Hobart|3 hours|$120

Learn the art of needle felting and let your creativity flow as you spend quality time with your little ones while creating magical Gnomes.

Immersive Sound Bathing with Ash Di Va Sound

Immersive Sound Bathing with Ash Di Va Sound

Saturday, 4th May at 10:00am
Hobart|1 hour|$20

A session that creates deep relaxation for the mind and body. A gentle wellness experience that is open for all.

Created for people who seek a meditative or calming state. In our modern culture, we may find it difficult to practice meditation or to carve out the time to pause. By stepping into a deep experience of music-sound, we can restore from our busy lifestyles, everyday stresses & open space to be more in the moment.

Pop up hearing clinic

Pop up hearing clinic

Thursday, 16th May at 11:00am
Hobart|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. 

 Lifeline Tasmania: Introduction to Trauma

Lifeline Tasmania: Introduction to Trauma

Thursday, 7th June at 9:30am
Hobart|7 hours|$295

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. 

Learning Outcomes
•    Increase trauma informed literacy
•    Understand how to respond to trauma
•    Identify causes of the prevalence of trauma
•    Understand the effects of trauma on the body and brain

Trauma Informed Practice by Lifeline Tasmania

Trauma Informed Practice by Lifeline Tasmania

Friday, 14th June at 9:30am
Hobart|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. 
This workshop is for participants who have successfully completed an Intro to Trauma as a prerequisite. 

Learning outcomes 
•    Increase trauma-informed literacy 
•    Strengthening participants' ability to see through a trauma-informed lens 
•    Develop confidence in using trauma-informed language 
•    Practice specific skills to respond in a trauma-informed manner

Lifeline Tasmania: Suicide Conversation Skills

Lifeline Tasmania: Suicide Conversation Skills

Friday, 21st of June at 9:00am
Hobart|3 hours|$195

A suicide prevention workshop designed to increase suicide alertness. Explores signs that a person may be experiencing suicidal thoughts and how to connect the person to support. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Increased understanding of a suicidal ideation
  • Increased ability to recognise invitations for help 
  • Increased ability to notice and respond to situations in which thoughts of suicide may be present.
  • Understanding of how to connect a person with thoughts of suicide to appropriate support and further community resources.
Healing Men’s Minds presented by The Outback Mind Foundation

Healing Men’s Minds presented by The Outback Mind Foundation

Monday 1st July 6.30pm - 8pm
|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.

Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid Training

Tuesday 16th – Wednesday 17th July
Hobart|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.