Yoga for menopause, to support you through peri-menopause, and beyond.
Workshops, classes, Nutrition, and Personalised programmes.
Listen to some podcasts where I have been an invited guest:
Yoga for Menopause, Yoga Chats with Greg Walsh
Is Pleasure the Missing Ingredient in Midlife, with Dr Jenn Salib Huber
Pre, Peri, Postmenopause and Everything In-between, The Yoga Life with Kevin Boyle
I am an expert in supporting women through a phase of our hormonal life that is still lacking in medical, societal and personal knowledge, value and care. In addition, the much needed conversation that has opened up about menopause in the media has created confusion and polarisation which I am well-placed to clarify for you.
Yoga can help you with key physical needs of this time: Bone density; muscle mass; cardio-vascular health; joint mobility, and with easing stress, poor sleep, fatigue, anxiety, depression and low self-esteem that can be a struggle during your peri-menopause and beyond.
HOWEVER, not just any yoga will do this, and we need MORE than just Yoga (I also offer supports through my qualifications in Nutrition and Pilates). Doing Yoga, eating and exercising without an awareness of your body’s new state may be hindering your journey through these years. Yinstinct Yoga for Menopause is an adaptation of this rich tradition to specifically serve women in their 40s, 50s, and beyond.
Using my Easing Menopause package, or private sessions, or take-anytime course for women, or a deep dive into my Teacher Training, or my CPD for Wellness Professionals, you can empower yourself (and/or your students) with tools to help your changing body.
I have helped 100s of women to recognise and then deal with their menopausal symptoms, in classes, workshops, and 1:1. I have been interviewed on RTE television, on radio, in magazines and in multiple podcasts, advocating for women in this life-phase.
Now there’s a surge of conversation in the media about this which all women will experience. We are being heard, and are a generation changing the image of the pre/peri/menopausal woman. She’s not at the end of something! She’s still parenting, working, and values her physical and social life. But at some point, doing all those things begins to feel more difficult…
Come join me, or search out one of the growing number of menopause-informed teachers who have completed my training.
I understand your struggles. I understand menopause. I can help you.