Positives from negatives
both the mind and body.
“It resonates with it and they’re doing such great work for those living in WA,” she said.
“We have already raised over $6000 for this project and our aim is to raise over $100,000 for Lifeline WA to assist the 24-hour helpline. “We’re in there boots and all.” Craig said she would continue photographing people into 2017 and those interested could register at www.portraitphysique.com.au/ new-page-1.
“We send out an online questionnaire to gather all the information first up,” she said.
“This week we’ve photographed a woman who has lost two children to a genetic illness, a two-year-old and seven-year-old, and has one remaining child.
“She has used fitness to overcome depression; she was the most amazingly inspiring person after what she’s been through.
“Another woman came in who is a full-time carer to her husband who has motor neurone disease.
“Running is her only exercise because she can’t leave the family home for too long and her story was heartbreaking.
“The people walking through the door have such amazing stories and they’re not all doom and gloom; it’s positive energy coming in.
“They’re such focused people and some of the bodies make you want to get to the gym straight away.”
Read more stories and donate at www.everydayhero.com.au/ event/do-it-for-yourself/top_ten.