If you are currently navigating the peri-menopause, you may like to come along to my 'Embracing the Change' workshop
The years leading up to Menopause (cessation of bleeding) are a gradual shifting of eras. As hormones lead the changing process, we begin to lose the regular map and are slowly ushered into our new phase. This is not always straight forward and linear, but often more of a helter-skelter ride of rug-pulling reality as the dismantling process reworks the old way into what you are to become.
It can take many years, and can feel like you are losing your mind....
The transition begins to whisper in our 40s, as we continue to be busy and juggle our lives, and our cycle often begins to show up signs of stress and change - irregular cycles, heavier bleeding, raised anxiety & increased overwhelm, brain fog, etc - before the 'well-known symptoms' of Menopause can begin - hot flashes, night sweats, dryness, lack of libido etc.
The pathway through our 40s is vital in helping us prepare for the full menopause transition from our late 40s and through our 50s.
The great thing is, there is a bit of a map!
So, if you feel like you may be 'going mad' let me assure you, that you are not...you are growing your power!
If you would like to find out more, you are more than welcome along to gather with other women and make sense of the journey you're on....
Embracing the Change:
Navigating the Map of Peri-menopause
This Workshop aims to bring you together with a community of women who are walking the same path. We will make sense of peaks and troughs, look at the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional pathways, and provide you with a real foundation of understanding to guide you out of the fog, and to embrace the process.
I usually hold this half-day Workshop once in Autumn, and again in Spring.
Next one: Saturday 22nd October
1.45pm - 5.00pm at HeartSpace
Please get in touch to book your place. Thank you xx
After the Workshop, you are welcome to come along to the drop-ins at HeartSpace on the first (or so!) Sunday evenings of the month - to grow your practice and stay connected to other women.
We also have a supportive FB group 'Perimenopausers' for you to join if you wish.