The movie Embrace played to almost 1000 Echuca-Moama women, young and old, when it was screened here in late October. But the message it sent, of realistic body awareness, goes on. As part of our commitment to helping spread that message, the Riverine Herald has created this focus for every bit of news, of features and of fun, connected with the Embrace message. Don’t miss it.
The story of Meg Dye and Kylie Lyons weight loss is not just about the amount of weight the sisters have lost, although at a staggering 86kg between them it is rather significant, but more about the quality of life they are now experiencing.. Meg
The Riverine Herald in partnership with the Moama Bowling Club are hosting a screening of Tarryn Brumfitts award winning documentary Embrace, at the Moama Bowling Club October 27 at 6.30pm.. All funds raised from the night will be donated to The
More than 700 people have already booked for the four screenings of the self-awareness movie Embrace at Moama Bowling Club.. There will be two free matinees for students, coming from as far as Kyabram, Nathalia and Rochester, and two evening shows
The Riverine Herald and Moama Bowling Club are pleased to present EMBRACE. A movie that tackles people’s perceptions of their own bodies, a major issue amongst girls and women. . . It is an incredibly serious subject and this forum provides
Mental health practitioner/occupational therapist Shevaughn Addicott is principal of Modern Minds Therapy and has spent more than a decade counselling to locals of all ages.. With screenings of the movie Embrace starting yesterday and on again this