We look forward to receiving you into a sacred space to explore menopause, it’s symptoms and challenges while equipping you with the tools, knowledge and processes needed to thrive rather than survive this transition.
Is this you?
You reject the uninspiring stereotypes of older women and menopause but not sure how to envision the second half of your life?
You’re struggling to manage your symptoms and make sense of what your body is doing and ‘saying’ (could they be messengers with wisdom to share)?
You’re feeling invisible and wondering: is this all there is now?
You’re hungry for the support of soul sisters who get you and respect you beyond finding ways to fix you?
We understand that during menopause:
You’re not going crazy
Your partner can’t fix it
Your kids don’t get it
Your girlfriends might not be ‘there’ yet
Your mother kept it a secret
The problem is, most women bypass the deep and rewarding aspects to menopause that are available to them. We want to share with you the richness and creative possibility of this phase. And we don’t want you to suffer in silence.
Menopause is an invitation to activate the wise woman within you. Psychologically, it’s a time of re-creation and re-acquaintance with the forgotten parts of yourself that are beginning to emerge.
That’s why we’ve created the Conscious Menopause workshops that addresses the aspects of menopause overlooked by the medical model and society more generally.
You’re in the right place if you want to:
Clear inherited beliefs about menopause and societal stereotypes of being a woman in a youth orientated culture.
Feel reassured and informed about managing your menopause transition physically, emotionally and spiritually
Feel more at home and accepting of the body you live in
Feel visible and relevant in the world as a woman
Feel inspired to creatively map your transition with excitement and vision
Feel supported to live the change knowing that’s what Mother Nature intended
And, feel ‘held’ to laugh, cry and celebrate your way through this transition as a rite of passage that no woman should do alone.
“I now feel reassured. I know what to expect and what to do about it. The information shared during the workshop with spiritual underpinnings gave me a deep respect for myself as a woman and of the significance of menopause.”
So what does the transition look like?
Peri Menopause is the time leading up to menopause and on average occurs between mid-late 40’s. A woman experiences irregular periods and the onset of symptoms and this can be the most challenging time of the menopause transition.
Menopause on average occurs at 51-52 years of age when menstruation has ceased for 1 year (realized retrospectively).
Post menopause is 4-5 years after menopause where some symptoms may still occur and decrease.