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Life Balance Series: Free opportunities in Brisbane for some work-life balance

Sometimes the easiest way to get better work-life balance is to commit yourself (and your family, friends or partners) to attending stand out events you know you’ll want to go to even if you’re tired.

I found a couple of great free events in Brisbane in late May and June, so you have enough time to plan to get there, and they all offer different enjoyment or personal growth benefits.

So in the interests of working and living well, pick an event! Let us know how it is once you’ve gone in the comments section.

Sacred Music19th June
Free music and dancing performances from Indigenous Australian, Hindu and Sufi groups 4-6pm

The Mind Body Spirit Festival Weekend25th – 27th June
Mind Body Spirit Festival is only $16 per adult, and includes a range of great rebalancing opportunities including free yoga classes and free seminars on a range of topics. This event will set you up to continue yoga, meditation and a range of other balancing activities. And if you have to take your kids with you, children under 14 get in free.

Italian Week 2010: 26 May – 2 June 2010
A range of fun events worth exploring (3), but some of the free ones are:

Italian Market Day: Saturday 29th May: 9:00am – 1:00pm
Great authentic Italian shopping, cooking demonstrations and food tasting.

“Il Fauno 1917”: Friday 28th May: 8.30pm
Free screening of the fantastical Pygmalion silent film accompanied by noted Italian Musician Mauro Colombis.

The Historical Imagining of Carbiria”: Wednesday 26th May: 4:00pm
A lecture of the Italian silent film masterpiece, at the Australian Cinematheque in the Gallery of Modern Art

Italian Waiters Race: Friday 28th May: 2:00pm
At the Queen St Mall Main stage

Greenfest 2010: 4th – 6th June
A free annual festival that acts as a place to exchange ideas for a greener future. Held at the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.


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