World Menopause Day
Weds 18th October
Chailey, East Sussex
I had such a great evening, it was really good to meet with everyone and just so relaxing and chilled.
I think the best thing about the evening was to hear that I’m not alone and that others are having similar issues so I’m not going mad! I also realised that maybe I’m quite lucky to know I’m in menopause and to be able to pin point when the symptoms started and deal with them!
I’ve also learnt that menopause is quite crappy but that it’s good to have people to chat to about it 😁
There’s more to menopause than just ‘woman’s periods stop’.
Every woman has their own unique experience as they do their own unique life circumstances. This means each woman’s way of supporting herself through the transition is different.
This special evening of sharing experiences and discovering more about your own journey is led by Tanith – aka Mrs Menopause – whose own menopause story began in her 30s and who now uses her experience professionally to help other women understand and make the best of their personal transition.
The wisdom shared at the evening will be led by each of the women who attend so you get exactly what you need and your questions answered. Tanith will use her professional menopause knowledge, and expertise in life coaching, nutritional therapy and physical exercise to guide participants through group discussion at this enriching evening.
Take some time out to discover how to help yourself through your menopause journey in the magical and tranquil surroundings of nature. This ‘change in seasons’ themed event will be outside but snug and comfy in a twinkly light-filled pergola.
This event, from 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm on Wednesday 18th October, with just 10 tickets available to keep the group feeling intimate, safe and relaxed. Light refreshments will be provided.
Please contact me, Tanith firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Tickets are £10 using the button below
What was the best thing about last night?
Being with other human being who are experiencing exactly the same feelings as me, just in other settings. It made me feel less alone.
What is the main thing you took away?
Two things: That I really need to work on lowering my sugar / carb intake. And that I am Post Menopause (and not menopausal).
Would you like to do it again?
Yep – bring it on!
You are right in the power of women – I felt very energised by the end of the session but also peaceful. Walking back to the car through the wooded path watching the sun set was very healing.