With 48% of women saying menopause has a negative impact on their life, this women’s health event cuts to the chase on what women need to know, to take control. It’s the place to find positive, supportive, straightforward information about health & wellbeing in midlife, menopause & beyond, delivered by local women’s health experts in Putney.
So, if you’re experiencing any symptoms, or just a little curious about how to manage the inevitable impact of falling hormones, come along!
“Filled with expert knowledge and advice, within a room of inspiring women. An essential education”, Sarah T, guest at previous event.
Who’s On The Programme?
Kathy Abernethy, Chair of The British Menopause Society will open the afternoon.
Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, Dr Karen Morton, ‘Dr Morton’s – The Medical Helpline’, will myth bust menopause, offer treatment options, and share the latest facts on HRT, empowering women to manage menopause. It’s a chance to get your questions answered!
Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Christien Bird, White Hart Clinic in Barnes, talks all things pelvic floor health, and how menopause symptoms impact on intimate relationships. She’ll offer simple, effective advice to improve quality of life, for now and the future. And what great advice it is!
Lavinia Winch , YES Organic Intimacy, will talk about ‘Making Vaginas Happy’, bringing a light-hearted approach to a serious subject. She shares her own experiences to inform others, it’s a privilege to listen!
Doors open at 1.00pm for 1.30pm start. Speakers finish at 4.00pm
Tickets cost £25.00 (+Eventbrite booking fee). Limited concessions available, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting ‘event ticket concession’.
This is the latest in a series of PositivePause events. Feedback has been overwhelmingly ‘positive’. Christien Bird and Dr Karen Morton ‘sold out’, at our last event in 2018! Don’t miss out!
“We were genuinely impressed at the high quality of the information, the organisation, value for money, friendliness and positive atmosphere. This is a team to watch out for and we would encourage you to attend one of their meetings if you want support and information on the menopause.” Myra Robson, co-founder, women’s health campaigning group #pelvicroar