Learn how to navigate the journey
Are you worried about weight gain…low energy and mood…aches and pains….brain fog, feeling old and thinking is this how I am going to feel for the rest on my life?
Saturday 11th March 2023
9.00 – 16.30
£90.00 Early bird
Until 22nd midnight 22nd July
Standard Price £110
Payment plan available upon request
Menopause is a healthy & natural part of a women’s life.
There are many ways you can support your body through this transition and continue to feel vibrant throughout!
Understand where you potentially are in the peri menopause, menopause and post menopausal process.
How you individually experience the menopause.
Understand what hormonal changes are going on.
Why we need to think differently about how and what we eat during menopause.
Foods we need to eat to help nourish our bodies and help balance our hormones.
The importance of how women need to exercise differently in menopause.
What methods can help calm the nervous system.
Reconnect with your body through a Natural Posture Movement Class.
Learn what other body systems are impacted.
What happens to your metabolism during menopause.
Post Menopausal care
Things to bring:
Clothing - all you really need is something that will allow you to move and feel comfortable.
Bring your own lunch, mug, water bottle, Yoga mat and small thin blanket.
Tea and coffee is provided.
Come and spend a day of learning, movement, relaxation and fun with:
Linde Taylor - (Medical Herbalist)
Kristy Perez - (Fitness Instructor and Relaxation Teacher)
Claire Reed - (Physiotherapist and Teacher of Concentra Healing)
Between them they bring 60 years of combined clinical experience to you for this unique
Workshop is held at:
The Lads Club
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"I came away with a positive mindset about menopause. Rather than a negative one, which I am really grateful for."
"Thank you for making everything seem normal and manageable."
"The science behind the stress response and fat storage was most useful for me."
"I like the symptom list, 4's and the exchange of experiences, and it was ok to ask questions whenever."