I was in Melbourne to attend the Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders’ annual conference. I knew it’ll be a worthwhile trip because of the great line-up of presenters but O H M Y goodness, it was mind-blowing! Courageous Conversations This was the theme for the conference. Providing a safe and brave … Continue reading Eating Disorders conference wrap (ANZAED) plus more
When someone (even a doctor) tells you to "lose weight to improve your health", it just doesn't make sense. Because your weight isn't reflective of your health behaviours, nor is it an accurate indicator of health status. Weight-loss seeking diets will deprive you both physically and psychologically as you restrict your food intake, variety … Continue reading “Lose weight to improve your health”… just doesn’t make sense!
The clock passed midnight, which means DDD's first international workshop/seminar in 2018 is happening today. We're working with Ai from Dancers Life Support to talk about nurturing healthy dancers from in and out. What a great opportunity to meet with a bunch of inspiring dancers, parents and teachers in Japan! On top … Continue reading DDD in 2018
Belated new year's greeting! It's nearly a week into 2018 but before talking about this year's plans and goals, I wanted to do a quick review of 2017. 2017 was a special year for me as I finally launched DDD in September with this goal: To nurture positive body image and healthful eating behaviour … Continue reading 2017 in review
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I think of my old friend, a beautiful dancer, who was told to lose weight if she wanted to be in the annual show. I think of my old dance teacher, who was constantly hungry but was afraid to eat. I think of those dancers, students and professionals, who are secretly suffering from eating issues … Continue reading What I dream of on World Ballet Day
If not dieting then what and how do dancers eat?