"Delivering unique, inclusive and empowered learning experiences."

Tracy is a Gamilaroi descendant, an Accredited Nutritionist and Practising Dietitian, and Wattleseed Nutrition is a 100% Indigenous Owned and Operated Business based on Gubbi Gubbi/Kabi Kabi Country, Sunshine Coast, Australia.

Experience a beautiful combination of Tracy's passion for Native Bushfoods with her knowledge gained during her Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics Degree.

These powerful and moving workshops integrate a wide range of Professional Development Courses to support participants including:

  • Narrative Therapy
  • Dadirri
  • Mindful Eating
  • Hybridising Traditional + Modern-Day Ingredients

"It is here that we can learn to reconnect and heal our relationships with foods and our Mother Earth to re-establish positive meal routines and optimise planetary health and wellbeing."

ALL WATTLESEED NUTRITION WORKSHOPS

RECYCLABLE PRODUCTS

FOOD SCRAPS TO LOCAL COMPOSTS

CARING FOR COUNTRY

REDUCING
FOOD WASTE

REDUCING LANDFILL

BESPOKE

CUSTOM WORKSHOPS

In-Person + Virtual Yarns

Share in conversation and learn from a Certified Permaculture Design and Health Professional Perspective in integration with Qualified Beauty Therapy knowledge. All this, interwoven with Sustainability Advice.

"With a drive to contribute to positive change and the self-determination Tracy connects and educates to ignite and inspire audiences to empower aligned action and informed resilience."

Tracy is committed to opening spaces where we can share and deepen our understanding and respect for Aboriginal Cultures through Traditional Native Bushfoods, Food Ways and Food Practices.

As an experienced Guest Speaker for Team Talks, Community Forums to Keynotes and more Tracy Hardy comes with a dedicated Cultural, Holistic and Sustainable Lens.

With masterful and respectful blends modern-day lifestyle with Traditional Knowledges across many spaces and mediums:

  • Festivals + Shows
  • Corporate + Community Groups
  • Organisations
  • Government Organisations
  • Sporting Organisations
  • Schools & Homeschool Groups
  • EXAMPLE TOPICS (not exclusive to the following)
  • Healthy Eating and Living
  • Comparing Ancestral + Modern Day
  • Exploring Positive Associations
  • Creating our Recipe for a Deadly Life
  • Sharing our Recipes

Formats Styles are open but not limited to:

  • Seminars & Lectures
  • Immersive Learning Experiences
  • Taste Experience & Cooking Presentations
  • Cook Along & Hands-on
  • Yarn Up Cook Up
  • Shared Learning
  • Learning Circle

Memberships,  Accreditations, Registrations + Professional Affiliations:

WORKSHOP

RECIPE FOR A DEADLY LIFE

An inclusive and safe workshop with a collective narrative therapy approach. We will be sharing our experiences and stories through the metaphor of recipe. It involves exploring memories, connections, histories and journeys through food.

This workshop is for all people seeking to re-member healthful ways to eat and live and deepen their knowledges and connections. This gathering will highlight traditional foods, food systems and knowledges as cultural strength, celebrating stories of resistance, resilience and survivance and creating stories of thrivance.

This is an interactive workshop includes space for yarning and a cooking demonstration.

Building upon our collective narrative therapies; Trees of Life, Kite of Life, Recipe for Life.

Tracy shares ways of re-membering and honouring agency based on food metaphors involving healthy and traditional native foods and sustainable food practices. 

Deadly Recipe for Life topics, while it is nutrition and health related, they are driven and selected by the group as the "issue" they would like to work on.

  • Healthy Eating and Living
  • Exploring Positive Associations
  • Creating our Recipe for a Deadly Life
  • Sharing our Recipes

WORKSHOP

A 5-PART SERIES

Gathering, Eating & Cooking with Deep Listening 

These are interactive workshops that include hands-on activities and demonstrations.

The sustainable food practices of First Nations Peoples can teach us to eat with the seasons and only take and eat what is needed.

The First Nation's Peoples of Australia understood our traditional foods through the seasons and how to work with animal and plant life in harmonious symbiotic relationships.

BOOK IN FOR THIS ONE

THE FIVE PART SERIES:

  • An Introduction to Gathering in Deep Listening
  • An Introduction to Gathering in Deep Listening: Tapping into local foods + seasons, tips on how to save money, menu planning, reduce food waste, upcycling meals and menu planning.
  • Practise Cooking with Deep Listening: brining this into the kitchen on a practical level. We'll go through simple recipes and share space and stories of ways that we can see our kitchen as a scared space for our deep listening practise and our food prep as a deep listening practise.
  • Eating with Deep Listening and setting intentions.
  • How Eating with Deep Listening positively affects the gut-brain-axis. Learn how it aids to spiritual, physical and metal wellbeing.

WORKSHOP

NUTRITION FOR DEADLY SKIN

Did you know the skin is the largest organ of the body; weighing between 2-4.5kg!? This makes up about 16% of our body weight!

Learn with Tracy who is also a Qualified Beauty Therapist as she weaves in her knowledge and education of Nutrition and Dietetics.

  • Learning how to Nourish our Skin from Within
  • Incorporating traditional native bushfoods and botanicals
  • Learn the Layers of the Skin with Fun Facts + Functions
  • Understand the Outer & Inner Benefits of Skin Care
  • Inspiring Learning about our Gut-Brain-Skin Axis
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