Natural Therapies for Menopause
Would you like to know more about the journey to menopause and how to manage it with ease and grace?
~ Have your PMS symptoms become worse recently?
~ Are you more anxious, stressed or depressed than before?
~ Are your periods irregular, or much heavier than usual?
~ Are you waking in the early hours of the morning and can't get back to sleep?
~ Has your libido disappeared?
~ Do you get hot and sweaty for no particular reason?
~ Is sweating keeping you awake at night?
~ Are you struggling to keep your weight where you want it to be?
The symptoms you are experiencing could be related to menopause. Hormonal changes start to occur on average at 45 years, which is 5 to 7 years before menopause.
What you will take away from this workshop:
~ An understanding of the natural hormonal changes that are occurring in your body before and during menopause.
~ How to recognise symptoms of perimenopause and menopause.
~ Natural alternatives to HRT, including herbal remedies, herbal teas, flower essences and other therapeutic options.
~ Diet and exercise tips to help you make an easier transition through menopause.
~ advice for healthy ageing.
Getting older doesn't have to mean a loss of vitality, beauty and self-worth.
Being fully embodied and happy with the skin you're in is the key to moving through any major change with ease and grace.
It's also the key to living a purposeful life.
Learn 3 practices that will help you create more pleasure and less pressure in your life.
Introducing special guest co-presenter -
Sheridan is a body+soul mentor.
Sheridan will be speaking at the workshop about befriending your body and tapping into your inner wisdom to ease stress, overwhelm and body issues.
What others have said:
"Thanks Simone! I learnt a lot from this workshop and I have a much better understanding of menopause! I was impressed by the huge array of different remedies there are for treating menopause!"
"I would recommend this workshop to anyone who is experiencing some symptoms." Emma P., Gladesville
Saturday 27 October 2018 2pm - 4pm