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Lose Weight and Keep it Off
Imagine being able to reach your healthy
weight and stay there permanently. Imagine feel-
ing, confident, happy, energetic and healthier,
every day. Imagine trying on clothes and feeling
good about it.
Would you like to lose Weight without the strug-
gle? Have you ever wondered why you simply do
not have the ‘willpower’ to do what you decided
to, like not eating chocolate?
You promise yourself that you will not eat choc-
olate again and on the very next day – you are
overwhelmed by an irresistible urge to eat choco-
late and so you do!
Have you ever been on a diet treadmill...you
know the one...go on a diet for that special event
or occasion...lose weight...over indulge on all the
foods that you previously denied yourself...and
subsequently gain all the weight back plus more!
Hypnotherapy could be the answer you are
looking for because we all know that to lose
weight we need to eat less, eat healthy foods and
exercise. So why aren’t we doing it? Often, it’s
because there’s a lot of baggage in our subcon-
scious that’s taken control.
Hypnotherapy is a tool that can help changes
happen at a deep level and you will be surprised
to find yourself making the right choices around
food, eating right and feeling great without the
pain of consciously having to force willpower and
At Melbourne Hypnotherapy Clinic we help you
gain the motivation and handle the emotional
eating triggers to create a permanent healthy liv-
ing pattern. Get on top of negative emotions and
learn how to feel happy and more positive. Break-
ing the cycle and replacing negative thoughts
with positive ones can be achieved with the help
of a hypnotherapist.
Do you find yourself eating when you don’t feel
hungry when you become stressed, sad, worried,
bored, angry, lonely, scared or guilty? Do you find
that food has control over you instead of the other
way around? If you answered yes to any of these,
you are eating for emotional reasons.
Benefits of Hypnotherapy
1. It’s an enjoyable, gentle and natural way to
destroy destructive patterns without the need
2. Access to your sub conscious mind means
habits can be broken quickly. Foods can be
easily eliminated and you will be motivated to
lead a healthy life.
3. It is not a band aid approach as it gets to the
source of the issue and emotional eating can
be dealt with easily.
Leanne is located at The Eternal Health Centre,
9 Peart Street, Leongatha. Phone 0401 872 388.
5 WAYS TO
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NDIS information session
and the NDIS
This general information session is designed to help people with
disability, in particular people with a psychosocial disability as well
as their families and carers, to get ready for the National Disability
The session will cover topics such as:
• What is the NDIS and how does it work?
• Meeting access and what kind of supports may be provided under
The session will be held by the Local Area Coordination Service.
Latrobe Community Health Service has partnered with the NDIA to
deliver the National Disability Insurance Scheme in Inner Gippsland.
Tuesday, 27 February 2018
Bass Coast Shire Town Hall Foyer
6.00pm - 7.30pm
Baillieu Street, Wonthaggi
RSVP: 1800 242 696 (press 1 ask for Inner Gippsland Duty Worker)
or Email: Inner.GippslandLAC@ndis.gov.au
Please let us know if you require an interpreter
THE second two-year trial of balloted Hog
Deer hunting on Snake Island commenced on
Monday with eight hunters permitted on the is-
land for each of the five days.
The ballot and hunting periods will be strictly
regulated by the Game Management Authority
(GMA) and Parks Victoria.
Snake Island, in Corner Inlet, is part of the
Nooramunga Marine and Coastal Park.
Access to the island is by boat and is tide
dependent with the closest boat ramp at Port
Welshpool. Current estimates of Hog Deer num-
bers on the island are about 500 individuals.
Following the successful first year of the trial,
Parks Victoria and the Game Management Au-
thority reviewed the program alongside user
groups including the Snake Island Cattleman’s
Association, Licenced Tour Operators, school
groups, the Australian Deer Association and
Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia.
The Australian Deer Association conducted
a hunter education weekend at nearby Sunday
Island in late January 2018, with each hunter
to undertake a mandatory safety briefing by
Parks Victoria and the GMA prior to their hunt-
There will be a total of seven hunt periods
held between now and June 1 this year, sched-
uled during the weekdays to avoid weekends,
public holidays and school holidays.
Each hunt period begins on a Monday at 8am
and finishes on Friday at midday. Hunting is
not permitted at night.
A hunter information package and fact sheet
for the program has been developed and can
be accessed from the Parks Victoria and GMA
websites. This includes a map outlining the
hunting exclusion zones on the island and the
dates of the hunt weeks.
The ballot for the program has been conduct-
ed by the Blond Bay Hog Deer Advisory Group
and the successful hunters have been notified.
“Parks Victoria was extremely happy with the
first year of the trial, which was conducted pro-
fessionally and incident free,” Parks Victoria
area chief ranger South Gippsland and Bass
“We have reviewed the program with our
stakeholders, and we are pleased that the tri-
al program will be operating under the same
framework as last year.
“A report will be provided to the government
at the end of the trial to inform its future.”
Game Management Authority director Simon
Toop said hunters will be well briefed on their
responsibilities and obligations, with a particu-
lar emphasis on safety.
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for
the selected hunters to enjoy free-ranging Hog
Deer hunting, and they will be wanting to make
the most of the experience and do the right
“Compliance patrols will be conducted dur-
ing and outside the hunting periods.”
Hog Deer hunting
on Snake Island
NEED some inspiration for the New Year?
Come along to Gippsland Intrepid Landcare’s
Short Film Festival on Saturday, March 3.
Some of the best, most inspiring, most in-
teresting environmental films around will be
screened to inspire you to act and lead for
Think deep oceans, powerful citizens in ac-
tion, lost forests and creeping climate change.
Remember the Wild have curated a selec-
tion of their best short films to show. Check
them out: https://www.facebook.com/Remem-
Everyone is welcome.
It costs just a gold coin donation and will be
held at the Mirboo North Hall.
The Film Festival will follow Gippsland In-
trepid Landcare’s short AGM and plan activi-
ties for the year ahead.
Everyone is welcome to come along and get
involved, or just listen to get the vibe of the
group (it’s 100 per cent commitment free).
Doors open at 6.30pm.
Gippsland Intrepid Landcare is a volunteer
group for passionate, creative and energetic 18
to 35 year olds connecting young people to their
region through environmental projects and epic
Inspiring film night
THE Lions Ride For Sight is celebrating its
25th year with another beautiful ride, this
time through South Gippsland.
On April 11 a dedicated group of cyclists
will head off from Tidal River on a five day
ride along the coastline and through the
South Gippsland hills after being hosted
overnight by Lions Club members at Inver-
The theme of this year’s ride is Bikes,
Beaches, Bays, Bridges and Boats.
Watch out for them as they pass through
Foster, Fish Creek, Walkerville, Tarwin Lower,
Inverloch, Wonthaggi, Archies Creek, the Bass
Hills, San Remo, Loch, Poowong and Korum-
burra before finishing their long journey with
lunch at Inverloch on Sunday, April 15.
Catering and accommodation is offered by
Lions members from 10 Gippsland Lions
Clubs, and other volunteers along the way.
The Lions Ride For Sight is an annual fund-
raising cycle event.
This year marks the 25th anniversary and
as such special efforts are being put into
fundraising with all funds going to Lions
Club vision projects including support for
Vision Australia and the Centre For Eye Re-
A Trek carbon road bike, and other cycling
related prizes were raffled during the sum-
mer holidays and drawn on Monday, Feb-
ruary 12 at the Inverloch Community Hub,
with the lucky first prize winner coming from
Raffle organisers are very pleased with the
amount raised and wish to thank Ken and
Morgan Barnes from Wheelheat Wonthaggi
and Trek Australia for the supply of the bike.
This year the group hopes to raise more
than $100,000 for the Lions Club Vision
To keep up to date with the Lions Ride For
Sight follow the group on Facebook @ride-
Drawing the recent raffle for the Trek carbon road bike were Lions Club Zonate Chair
Klaus Edel, Ken Barnes from Wheelheat Wonthaggi and Paul ‘the Pieman’ Woods, a long
time sponsor of the event.
Lions still riding after 25 years
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