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Embrace Sport

If you’re involved in sporting clubs or organisations that work with young people, you’ve come to the right place! Through our Activate by Embrace Kids initiative (formerly Embrace Sport), we’re developing a game plan for better body image in sport – and we would love to get the message out in as many ways as we can to help all kids Embrace their bodies for life.

Change starts right here, with the Activate Playbook and Masterclass. These resources are a simple, practical guide to building better body image in community sport. By making sporting environments more supportive, welcoming and inclusive for young people, they are more likely to keep playing the sport they love for longer.

These resources are for all people involved in sport and physical environments, from parents and volunteers to club officials and coaches. Have a look, and most importantly – pass them on to others!

why Activate by embrace kids?

A game plan for better body image in sport

Let’s work together to end the epidemic of body hate and negativity, so young people can learn to move, nourish, respect and appreciate their bodies.


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Simple actions can help to change the culture at your club to make sports and physical activity more welcoming and positive for everyone involved.
Young people are more likely to keep participating in sport and physical activity when they feel safe, supported, accepted and valued.

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The Activate by Embrace Kids resources are designed to promote better body image within community sports across Australia. They specifically aim to support parents, coaches and administrators to create sporting club cultures to prevent young people dropping out of sports and other physical activity because they feel judgement, shame and embarrassment about their bodies within their sport.

The Activate Masterclass is hosted by former Olympic swimmer Libby Trickett and features sports lovers from around Australia. It brings together practical, evidence-based advice and real-world examples to show clubs how they can make simple changes to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all bodies.

The Activate Playbook is based on research in the area of body image, sport and physical activity, drawn together by Dr Angela Hinz, Lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast, and Dr Zali Yager, Adjunct Associate Professor at the Institute for Health and Sport at Victoria University.

Register now to get access to these FREE resources, covering 4 key areas:

  • Offering flexibility in sport uniforms
  • Celebrating diversity and representing all bodies
  • Banning body talk and body shaming
  • Focusing on food as fuel
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Download the FREE Activate Masterclass and Playbook for everything you need to know about building better body image in your club or organisation.


Once you've got the resources, why not share the Embrace message with your wider club community by hosting a screening of the EMBRACE KIDS film?


We're putting together a range of social media tiles and other promotional materials so you can spread the word that your club is proud to be an 'Embrace Space'.

the embrace sport playbook is here

Register now to get access to this FREE resource:

Register now to get access to this FREE resource, covering 4 key areas:

Offering flexibility in sport uniforms

Celebrating diversity and representing all bodies

Banning body talk and body shaming

Focusing on food as fuel

Downloadable resources

download these free resources to help your players embrace their bodies!

Sporting Environment Printable

Our Team

How To Get Your Club To Reconsider Sport Uniforms Printable

How To Talk About Bodies In Sport & PE Printable

Move Your
Body Printable


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Watch The Trailer

Embrace Kids is a powerful, uplifting film that tackles some of the biggest issues facing young people today, from body image and bullying to gender identity and more. With the help of famous friends like Celeste Barber, the film encourages young people to figure out what makes them unique and use that to spark change. Recommended for kids aged 9-14 (but grown-ups can watch too!)

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Our Embrace Hub Experts are available to engage with sporting and community groups to give keynote talks, webinars, workshops, consulting and partnerships. We’re open to big ideas that can contribute to epic impact. Email us with your needs and we will see what we can do.


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