Menopause Wellbeing

There are currently around 5.8 million working women of menopausal or premenopausal age in the UK and that figure is growing. About a quarter of these will struggle with symptoms like hot flushes, night sweats and acute anxiety.

Latest data from the Office for National Statistics shows that just over 1 million menopausal women could be looking to quit their jobs right now because of their symptoms. These are often skilled workers, who might be lost because their managers ignore their issues or are too embarrassed to talk about them.

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Deciding to become menopause friendly is one thing but getting a new way of thinking and working off the ground and embedded into the wider organisation can be a real challenge.

We can help you to answer the following questions:

  1. Is your workplace ‘menopause friendly?’
  2. What do you need to do to make the workplace a safe and comfortable place to discuss issues relating to menopause and wellbeing and to support women with the challenges they face?
  3. Do you know how many women of menopausal age you have in your workplace? How many of these could you afford to lose?
  4. What’s the smallest thing you could do, straightaway?

We can offer a strengths-based approach to helping businesses to create a workplace culture of menopause openness and wellbeing,

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Victoria Ward

My sessions on Menopause and Wellbeing are delivered in conjunction with my associate, Victoria Ward. Victoria is a highly qualified Menopause Wellbeing Coach and Deep Tissue and Fascia Integrated Health Physiotherapist, armed with MAAF, IHHT, IHBC certifications. With additional expertise as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher (IKTA), Victoria is dedicated to helping individuals navigate menopause with confidence and offering holistic approaches to enhance overall health and wellness.

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Victoria is a qualified physiotherapist, integrated health specialist and author, who also specialises in Kundalini yoga, a practice that stabilises the hormonal and glandular systems, holistically connecting mind and spirit.

Her unique approach to the menopause focusses on the hormonal transition to empowerment, wellbeing, and healing.

Victoria works with a range of private and corporate clients including schools and the media. She has worked with a number of celebrities and is a guest speaker on local radio.

Victoria explores different approaches to understanding and journeying through the menopause offering guidance and support to promote confidence and coping skills during the lead up, the duration and the aftermath of this transition, including the following…

  • What is the menopause?
  • Body health and the menopause
  • HRT and non-HRT choices
  • Mental health and the menopause
  • Nutrition
  • Exercise and activity
  • Alternative therapies and aromatherapy.
  • Sleep
  • The law relating to menopause in the workplace.

We can offer a range of support, that include:

Sample Schedule

Away Day: Suggested Schedule

Victoria will start the day by sharing some personal stories and reflections and providing some of the latest medical and nutritional information about the menopause. There will be a question-and-answer session, and plenty of time, in a safe and confidential setting, for open discussion, guidance and advice.

After a short break, Kate will facilitate a Positive Engagement Workshop exploring the following questions:

  • What are we proud of in terms of our approach to supporting menopause and wellbeing in the workplace?
  • What would we like to see more of?
  • What do we need to change to make our workplace a safe and comfortable place which supports a culture of menopause openness and wellbeing?
  • What’s the smallest thing we could do, straightaway?

We will break for a light lunch part way through the workshop and after lunch, we will continue with the workshop, finishing mid-afternoon.

The final part of the day will be led by Victoria and will consist of a restorative and relaxing Kundalini yoga session and gong bath, designed to reduce stress, calm the nervous system, and address some of the symptoms of the menopause such as hot flushes, anxiety and aching joints.

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