Saturday 21st September 9.45 – 12.45
The Dutch Hall EC1V London price £39.93
A 3 hour event in Central London. Speakers to include Jane Dowling of Meno&Me Dr Renée Hoenderkamp, BBCRadio London’s resident GP and menopause specialist and more! Join us for a menopause event like no other before!
The purpose of the morning is to:
1. Launch a new free health initiative to help women manage menoapuse symptoms and to support bone, heart and mental health.
2. Educate women on menopause symptoms and solutions; not only focusing on HRT.
3. Raise awareness of how to prevent short- & long-term diseases such as heart disease and osteoporosis, also how to support mental health.
4. Raise money for the Charity Women in Sport so they can carry out further research into physical activity during menopause.
5. Have fun! Smile and connect with other Meno’s; you are not alone.
This fun event is aimed at all women who want to feel happy, healthy and in control of their menopause symptoms; no matter what stage you are at in your journey, the morning is aimed at educating, having fun and connecting with other Meno’s.
Be prepared to have fun, smile and to move!… gently so all abilities welcome!
Great goody bags are also provided! Along with a raffle with great prizes.
The morning event will furnish you with the knowledge to take control of your menopause symptoms; the speakers will highlight the importance of physical activity during this stage of life. The event will focus on, not just the symptoms but solutions, including evidence-based exercise to support bone, heart and mental health.
Dr Renée Hoenderkamp, BBCRadio London’s resident GP and menopause specialist, will be talking about all thing’s menopause including symptoms and solutions.
Jane Dowling, a menopause advocate and clinical exercise specialist, is launching a free women’s health initiative. This initiative is to support women going through menopause and beyond; for short and long-term disease prevention; Jane will be offering more information on this programme during the morning.
Representative from Women In Sport talking about their research into physical activity and menopause.
Jo Moseley an inspirational Meno from the amazing uplifting blog “Happy Healthy 50”
Women in Sport’s recent study highlights the importance of physical activity during menopause and shows that women who undertake physical activity “feel empowered and in control of their menopause symptoms.” www.womeninsport.org/research-and-advice/our-publications/menopause/
To support further research into physical activity during menopause a percentage of ticket sales will be donated to this charity Women in Sport.