Peace Festival director Ruth Power has invited nutritionist Cyndi O’Meara to a breakfast seminar.
Peace Festival director Ruth Power has invited nutritionist Cyndi O’Meara to a breakfast seminar. Lisa Hemmings

Healthy start to Peace Fest

RISE and shine on Thursday with Cyndi O’Meara, a nutritionist, but not your typical one, at the Peace Festival breakfast seminar.

The business breakfast will kick off the Peace Festival activities.

In conjunction with the Zonta Club they have secured Ms O’Meara as guest speaker for the breakfast.

Festival director Ruth Power is excited to present Ms O’Meara for the morning seminar at Abbey of the Roses.

“As an international presenter and best selling author, she is a breath of fresh air,” Mrs Power said.

“She has an interesting approach to putting good food into your body to fuel it.”

“Cindi came recommended to us,” Mrs Power said.

“She is someone with a fresh approach to health.”

“She has a unique, yet back to basics, down-to-earth approach encouraging others to eliminate unhealthy habits,” she said.

“Her ideas have inspired thousands to make smarter choices about the food they choose to put into their body.”

After the seminar Ms O’Meara will deliver a different presentation geared towards school-aged children.

“She will then go to different schools before an evening seminar especially for families titled Changing Habits, Changing Lives.”

Thursday will mark the start the Peace Festival, which has something for everyone.

On Friday Aboriginal music and art will be showcased in Leslie Park. There will also be youth activities, and family days.

For information visit www.peacefestival.org.au or contact 4661 5420.



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