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Wellness sessions by local Swedish siren

Dynamic Surry Hills singer and wellness teacher Carina Grace has been studying and practising various wellness and healing methods for 30 years. Carina, originally from Sweden, was a finalist on 2020’s The Voice and has been entertaining audiences in Sydney and beyond for many years. She intuitively uses her incredibly healing voice in “sound healing” sessions, where she incorporates sound bowls, guided meditation, breathing techniques and astrological discussions into her classes.

Simply lie down, relax and harmonise your body. Carina conducts regular classes at inner-city venues. For more information go to Facebook and look up the page “Swedish Siren”.

Aussies gear up for Wimbledon
Ash Barty is locked in as the No. 1 seed at Wimbledon. All 32 seeds in the men’s and women’s draw followed ranking order, leaving Barty at the top of the women’s field which will not feature world No. 2 Naomi Osaka. Barty withdrew from her second-round match at the French Open due to a hip injury but appears to be back on track, with vision of her training on Wimbledon’s social media accounts appearing regularly.

Alex de Minaur has earned the men’s No. 16 seed, carving what should be his easiest path to the second week at the All England Club in his career. Nick Kyrgios, ranked 55, is also preparing for a slice of the Wimbledon pie. A successful tournament will see him progress further in the world rankings.

Blues improve on perfect
Rugby league reporter John Lanzky lodged the following reports on Origin games 1 and 2.

Townsville, June 9, NSW 50 def. Qld 6: In all the years I’ve watched Origin footy I’ve never seen NSW play better. The coordination among players was A1. It’s very hard to name a player of the match. They were all excellent. Souths’ players Mitchell, Cooky and Murray all played above their weight, which was great to see. The defence was 100 per cent. If NSW play to this standard, well, the shield is ours again. Coach Fittler was criticised last year. He has proven himself in Townsville and will be coach now for as long as he wants.

Brisbane, June 27, NSW 26 def. Qld 0: I did not believe the Blues could improve on perfect, but after watching this game I now know that anything is possible. Again, don’t ask me to name a standout player. They were all outstanding. Lattrell Mitchell’s intercept and length-of-the-field try was magnificent. He anticipated where the ball was headed at least two plays beforehand. Tommy Turbo’s try-saving tackle on Dane Gagai was something to behold – one for the Origin highlights reel forever. Keeping Queensland to 0 for the first time, and at Suncorp, what else needs to be said! Wherever it is played, Origin 3 is an opportunity for NSW fans to show their support for arguably the best Blues team ever. I predict NSW will take the series 3-0. Let’s keep the Maroons scoreless again!

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Volunteers’ News – February 2024

Welcome back to another year of the South Sydney Herald, still being published in our 23rd year, thanks to your support and readership.

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