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Events

Events

We know health can be a handful. So we’ve custom built our wellness hubs with only one goal in mind - to make every Tasmanian’s health journey a little easier.

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. 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.

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

Thursday 18th July at 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.

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 at 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.

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!

No booking required for this event.

RHHRF - Research Matters - Information seminar on Pain Management

RHHRF - Research Matters - Information seminar on Pain Management

Wednesday 24th July at 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 at 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.

Breathwork Techniques to Reduce Stress with Dr Rebecca Chabot

Breathwork Techniques to Reduce Stress with Dr Rebecca Chabot

Thursday 1st August at 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.

Breathwork Techniques with Dr Rebecca Chabot

Breathwork Techniques with Dr Rebecca Chabot

Tuesday 6th August at 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.

Book Launch - Your Time Starts Now by Julie Goodwin

Book Launch - Your Time Starts Now by Julie Goodwin

Wednesday 7th August at 6:00pm
1 hour 30 mins|$10

Join Petrarch's Bookshop Bookseller Andy and Julie Goodwin, for the launch of her book Your Time Starts Now.

In this gloriously candid, deeply moving memoir, filled with beautiful food, astonishing people, humour and heart, Julie writes with brutal honesty about her world before and after Masterchef.

Life for Julie was by all appearances a successful, rewarding life. But under the surface, pressure from Julie’s worlds was taking its toll. Struggling with depression, anxiety and addiction, with bushfires blazing and lockdowns looming, Julie found herself hospitalized in a mental health unit.

Julie welcomes audience questions as part of this talk. Book sales available at the event.

Pop-up Hearing Clinic

Pop-up Hearing Clinic

Thursday 8th August at 10:00am
4 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.

No booking required for this event. 

*Only 15 minute hearing checks are free. Other services may attract charges/fees or may be subsided 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.

Eat Like an Adult with Coach Josh Wood

Eat Like an Adult with Coach Josh Wood

Thursday 8th August at 1:00pm
1 hour|FREE

If you missed the TEDx event with speaker, health educator and online fitness coach, Josh Wood, here is your chance to catch the extended workshop and learn the practical side of Eating Like an Adult. In this workshop, you will be taken through the basics of reading nutrition labels, understanding macro-nutrients, and the six habits to eat like an adult!

An Evening with Julie Goodwin

An Evening with Julie Goodwin

Thursday 8th August at 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.

Stroke Safe Information Session

Stroke Safe Information Session

Friday 9th August at 12:00pm
1 hour|FREE

A stroke can happen to anyone at any age and has lasting impacts on the individual as well as the people around them. Kate Bucknell, experienced a stroke in 2016 at the age of 36, prompting her to become a Stroke Safe Speaker for the Stroke Foundation. In this session held during National Stroke Week she will cover what a stroke is, the impact a stroke can have, the signs of stroke so that you can save someone’s life and what you can do to prevent a stroke.

DESMOND hosted by Diabetes Australia (Tas)

DESMOND hosted by Diabetes Australia (Tas)

Tuesday 13th August at 9:30am
7 hours|FREE

DESMOND, which stands for Diabetes Education and Self-Management for Ongoing and Newly Diagnosed, is a workshop that gives you the confidence to manage your diabetes in your own way.

The interactive workshops with Diabetes Australia (Tas) will give you and other members of the group a welcoming space to participate in hands on activities and learn from each other. People living with diabetes, talking about diabetes. You'll be able to add to what you already know and learn from other people’s experiences.

RHHRF - Research Matters - Information Seminar on Stroke Recovery

RHHRF - Research Matters - Information Seminar on Stroke Recovery

Wednesday 14th August at 5:30pm
1 hour 30 minutes|FREE

Join the RHHRF for an evening dedicated to the latest breakthroughs in stroke recovery. Their guest speakers Dr Dino Premilovac and Dr Gary Morris will provide insights on modern stroke rehabilitation techniques, the importance of early intervention, and the evolving role of technology in enhancing patient outcomes. Their expertise encompasses both research and practical experience in neurology and stroke care.

CORES self-care and mental wellbeing workshop

CORES self-care and mental wellbeing workshop

Friday 23rd August at 2:30pm
2 hours and 30 minutes|$25

This 2.5-hour self-care and mental wellbeing workshop is designed to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and resources to develop and use an individualised self-care and mental wellbeing plan that includes strategies to enhance their physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health on a daily basis.

CarbSmart hosted by Diabetes Australia (Tas

CarbSmart hosted by Diabetes Australia (Tas

Tuesday 3rd September at 10:00am
3 hours|FREE

CarbSmart will help you enjoy quality carbohydrates in a way that suits you and your diabetes. Learn about where carbohydrates come from, why they can be useful, Australian Dietary Guidelines around the consumption of carboyhydrates and much more.

By the end of this program, you will have the confidence to include carbohydrates into your diet, without missing out on the foods you enjoy.

Mindset for Success with Dr Rebecca Chabot

Mindset for Success with Dr Rebecca Chabot

Tuesday 3rd September at 1:00pm
1 hour|FREE

Changing your mindset can change your life. A mindset is a set of assumptions or beliefs that influences everything you see and do. Studies have shown that mindset directly affects not only mood and behaviour but also physiology. Rebecca will discuss the latest research on mindset and explain the difference between fixed and growth mindsets. She will then offer practical tips for identifying and changing those mindsets that limit you, so you can better achieve success, both at work and at home.

Raising tech healthy humans

Raising tech healthy humans

Wednesday 4th September at 5:00pm
1 hour|FREE

Award winning author Daniel Sih speaks with parents and educators across Australia about the joys and complexities of raising children in a technology immersed society. He answers pressing questions such as; “When is the right time to give my child their first phone?” “What forms of media are better for my child’s brain?” and “How can I encourage my kids to embrace outdoor adventures?”

Rather than instilling fear about the potential perils of the modern world, Daniel offers practical, research-backed solutions to help parents to take small steps towards raising humans who enjoy technology while embracing life to the full! 

Lifeline Tasmania: Introduction to Trauma

Lifeline Tasmania: Introduction to Trauma

Friday 6th September at 9:30am
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.

Preparing for Life After Birth

Preparing for Life After Birth

Saturday 7th September at 1:00pm
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.

Baby and Child First Aid Information Session

Baby and Child First Aid Information Session

Tuesday 10th September at 10:00am
2 hours 30 mins|$25

A two and half 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, including areas such as Burns, Choking, Seizures, CPR & Resuscitation.

Lifeline Tasmania: Trauma Informed Practice

Lifeline Tasmania: Trauma Informed Practice

Friday 13th September at 9:30am
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.

Baby and Child First Aid Session

Baby and Child First Aid Session

Sunday 15th September at 10:00am
2 hours|$25

Our July session has sold out, but we are now taking bookings for our September session!

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.

Pop-up Hearing Clinic

Pop-up Hearing Clinic

Tuesday 17th September at 10:00am
5 hours|FREE

Rediscover the sounds you love with a quick free 15-minute hearing check* with Hearing Australia’s friendly team. At the hearing check, Hearing Australia staff will 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.

Walk in and make your booking on the day in our wellness hub from 9:00am. To secure a hearing check, you must book with our team on the day.

* 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. 

Aviclear for Acne Treatment

Aviclear for Acne Treatment

Wednesday 18th September at 5:30pm
1 hour|FREE

Does Acne affect you, your loved one or someone you know? Join Sharkra Medi Spa and Laser Clinic for an informative discussion with Director Tanya Ahmed.

Tanya will be introducing Aviclear, a groundbreaking device that will change the way acne is treated. With no medication, no downtime and no side effects, Aviclear is the gold standard in treating acne safely  and effectively once and for all.  

Tanya will discuss all things acne and shed light on a bright future for all acne sufferers.

Lifeline Tasmania: Accidental Counsellor

Lifeline Tasmania: Accidental Counsellor

Friday 4th October at 9:30am
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.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid

Thursday 3rd - Friday 4th October
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.

Introduction to mindfulness

Introduction to mindfulness

Wednesday 9th and 16th October at 9:30am
1 hour 30 mins|$10

Learn and explore foundational mindfulness techniques and practices to encourage present moment awareness. Mindfulness can assist you in responding rather than reacting, decrease stress levels and promote relaxation.

Building Bones
Monday 14th October at 2:00pm
1 hour|FREE

Learn all about the importance of strength exercise as we age to help keep our muscles and bones strong and healthy. Get some practical tips and exercises from an Accredited Exercise Physiologist to help keep you strong, independent and doing the things you love!