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Join Australia's largest positive body image initiative every SEPTEMBER and help boost young people’s BODY CONFIDENCE.  

Love Your Body Week (LYBW) is Butterfly's annual awareness campaign supported by Sportsgirl. With so many young people struggling with body image, Butterfly is asking schools and youth organisations to jump on board to help promote body acceptance and to celebrate diversity.  

Love Your Body Week officially runs 2 – 8th September 2019 but feel free to celebrate anytime during the month.

It is fun, engaging, FREE and super easy to participate!

What is included?

Once registered you will have access to a range of workshop materials, classroom activities, posters, digital clips and facilitator webinar – everything you need to celebrate body confidence this Love Your Body Week.

Express Your Interest for 2020

Love Your Body Week for Schools 2019 was massive and we are looking forward to doing it all again next year.  If you would like to find out more or be notified when registrations for 2020 go live, just email

Got a question?

Contact our education team on or 02 8456 3908

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Worried about a friend or someone you care about?

It can be extremely difficult raising the subject of eating disorders with a friend or loved one. To be supportive one needs to learn what to say and what not to say.  


We can help you with knowing when to talk to your friend and what to say. ›

Concerned parents & carers

Communicating your concern with your child about eating and dieting behaviour can be extremely difficult. Butterfly offers a range of services that can provide you with skills and information related to communicating with your child.  


We can help you with recognising issues and what to do. ›

Teachers & Professionals Working with Young People

Teachers and those working with young people are often the first to become aware of dis-ordered eating behaviours.  Butterfly Education provides early intervention and prevention skills for professionals working with young people. 

We have a range of advice & resources ›