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EXPERTISE
Craft Instructing
Health, Medicine & Wellbeing
Science - General
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE WITH:
BIOGRAPHY
Born is Cyprus but raised in Melbourne, Australia Frosa has a wealth of experience in Medical Research having worked for a world renowned institute based in Melbourne. Her experience has predominantly been in the field of protein & metabolism greatly increasing the understanding of the interrelationships between physiological functions, caloric intake, energy metabolism and exercise. The history of the Institute and how it all began is a great story in itself and Frosa will cover the history and development of this chemistry. It is not all about science and chemistry with Frosa also being a successful business owner operating craft sessions or over 15 years.

Frosa has loved and worked in the Macedon Ranges, made famous by the iconic Australian film "Picnic At Hanging Rock".

As a passionate Cypriot, Frosa has enjoyed many trips to Cyprus and over the years has rediscovered her love of all things Cypriot and Greek, from the people, to the food, the culture, the music and it's turbulent history.
ENRICHMENT PRESENTATIONS
1/ The Male Emu - The SNAG of the bird world
The SNAG (The Sensitive New Age Guy) of the bird world
Our male emu is not just your average feathered brute.

2/ The Great Emu War of 1932.
A Unique story of the Australian Army and the bird on our coat of arms

3/ A Family's Experience Emu Farming - how, why and what are the benefits of emu oil?
An odd family pet, an bizarre hobby or a lucrative life changing venture?

4/ Flight of the Ratite
The emu has some high flying relatives. So why then, did the emu evolve into a flightless bird?

5/ Jack Holt - The Wizard Of Mordiallic
Jack Holtís success at the track that SVIís laboratories exist at all. Jack Holt was arguably Australiaís most successful racehorse trainer of the early 20th century. In the 17 racing seasons from 1919 to 1935, he headed the Victorian Trainersí Premiership 13 times. His career peaked at the 1933 Melbourne Cup with the winning colt Hall Mark.
During his life, Jack Holt was known as a generous man. After the death of his sister, Holt put considerable thought into how his legacy could live on after his own death. Accordingly, when he died in 1951, he left 200,000 pounds to establish a medical research institution at St Vincentís. success at the track that SVIís laboratories exist at all. Jack Holt was arguably Australiaís most successful racehorse trainer of the early 20th century. In the 17 racing seasons from 1919 to 1935, he headed the Victorian Trainersí Premiership 13 times. His career peaked at the 1933 Melbourne Cup with the winning colt Hall Mark.

During his life, Jack Holt was known as a generous man. After the death of his sister, Holt put considerable thought into how his legacy could live on after his own death. Accordingly, when he died in 1951, he left 200,000 pounds to establish a medical research institution at St Vincentís.

6/ The Legacy of Pehr Edman - One Man's Vision that changed Science
How 2 men developed and built the first ever protein sequencer in Melbourne - Matilda was born

Matilda the protein sequenator as it was called was so named because the carousel that spun around reminding it's inventors Begg and Edman of the classic Australian song "Waltzing Matilda"

Protein sequence databases ( the identity of the protein) are now derived from translation of nucleic acid sequences but this was not always the case; until around the early 1980s, most proteins were sequenced directly by chemical methods. Early protein sequencing was an extremely laborious affair and it was not until chemistry for the sequential removal of amino acid residues from the N-terminus of peptides and proteins became available in the mid 1950s that sequences started to appear in the literature in any number.

7/ An Old Wives Tale - Don't be silly mum, how can broad beans make you anaemic?
The science behind an old wives tale and the genetic mutation that causes anaemia in Cypriots ( my background)

8/ The mystery of Hanging Rock"
Picnic at Hanging Rock is a story that has entertained and enthralled generations of Australians, through both the original novel and the acclaimed film adaption. .

9/ So you want to declutter? Where do you start?
A guide for the home owner, renovator or vendor. How to organise your home to achieve the best presentation.Love your home
Letís clarify your vision for the best version of your home; then de-clutter, organise & style it together to make it happen.

10/ Youíve arrived in the Old Town of Limassol
You would like to get to know the history of Cyprus and explore the streets of this popular destination. The Limassol Castle is in the historic part of the town Ė adjacent to the old port. The existence of the castle is mentioned as far back as 1228 with a mission to protect the island from foreign raids.

11/ RHODES is the largest of the twelve Dodecanese island in the Aegean eastern edge.
Pretty beaches, famous archeological ruins, the most famous the Colossus of Rhodes, a statue of the Greek God of the Sun Helios ( Helios is Greek for sun) which was destroyed by an earthquake.
The Old Town itself feels like it is sealed in a time capsule with high stone walls and a deep moat. Like Cyprus, itís architecture and history, food and people are influenced by the many cultures that occupied it Ė Classical, medieval, Ottoman ad Italian.
Cobble stone paths lead you may ways but all with an exciting end.

12/ MYKNOS A party island or is there more to it?
Most people know Mykonos as a party island but it does have alternatives. Move away form the bars, discos and night clubs and you will discover the real island life.
Uncover the myths and legends of ancient Greece. Discover monuments like the Temple Of Apollo. The island was named after itís first ruler Mykonos, the grandson of Apollo. The island is said to have been the site for a great battle between Zeus and the Titans and where Hercules killed the invincible giants. The region is known for itís food and like other Greek island the sound of itís music.

13/ ATHENS
Athens is at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the Parthenon temple.
The Elgin Marbles are sculptures from the Parthenon, a temple on the Acropolis, Greece, built in 447Ė432 BC and dedicated to the goddess Athena.
The sculptures were purchased from Lord Elgin in 1816 but the Greek Government disputes their ownership and wants them back.

14/ CRETE
From priceless Minoan sculptures to homegrown musicians playing the LYRA is taverns, this island has developed itís own way of living and showing it to all the world through the arts.
Dance is so important form the slow ďSyrtosĒ to the ďsousta a bouncy courtship dance. Dancers take great pride in their skill with weddings being the best place place to watch dancers in action.
Fine Arts Ė Hammered bronze was a technique perfected here with itís influence spreading to other parts of Greece.
Artists such as Dominikos Theokopoulos or as he was known El Greco was a famous artist during the Renaissance period.

CRAFT SESSIONS:
1/ Macrame - learn the art of knot tying by making a lanyard you can use for your cruise ID
2/ Scrap booking - record your memories in your scrap booking classes
3/ Barefoot Sandals - make your very own pair of barefoot sandals using our jewellery techniques
4/ Card making
5/ Paper roses
6/ Make your own massage oil
7/ paper tole - 3D cards
CRUISE HISTORY / EXPERIENCE
Royal Princes - Feb 2nd, 2019 Craft class presenter - macrame, papercraft, jewellery, paper tole, escort on shorex tours, assisted with crew craft classes. Events Company owner with over 25 years experience
Future - Science presenter - Medical Research, protein chemistry, emu farming, complementary medicines.Science and development in SVI Research Officer - 36 years experience.