1 Day yoga and nutrition retreat helping support menopause hormones.
Mood swings, nights sweats, brain-fog, trouble sleeping, low self esteem, anxiety, low libido. Perhaps you feel as though you are losing your femininity, and your body no longer feels like home. I could mention many more – and I’m sure that some, if not all of these symptoms, will be familiar to you if you are going through the menopause.
The good news is that research, (McBane 2008 and Kotsirilos 2011 amongst others), is suggesting that lifestyle changes, including movement, exercise and relaxation – and specifically yoga – can bring about a significant reduction in menopausal symptoms. Nutrition also is a major factor in naturally controlling those symptoms and promoting optimum health through menopause and beyond.
Gail Stephens (yoga teacher) and Clare Shepherd (nutritional therapist) would like to invite you to spend a day with them exploring practices that can really help you manage and tame chaotic menopause hormones.
Gail will specifically work with the breath, movement, meditation and deep relaxation, sharing different techniques with you to help you manage this transition. Clare will share information on foods and supplements that will further inspire and empower you to take control of chaotic hormones over a delicious communal meal at lunchtime.
There will also be plenty of time for informal discussion, Q&A at the end of the day.
Both Gail and Clare want to ensure that you leave the day feeling confident that you have a range of simple, natural tools and strategies that will help you reduce, and maybe even banish, unpleasant menopause symptoms.
Date: Saturday January 27th 2018
Time: 10 am – 3.00 pm
Venue: to be confirmed
Investment: £50 including all refreshments and food.
Minimum numbers will apply.
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Hosts: Gail Stephens and Clare Shepherd.
Gail is an accredited hatha yoga teacher and yin yoga teacher, mindfulness practitioner and coach.
Clare is a qualified nutritional therapist and health coach, specialising in supporting ladies through the menopause years.