How do we bring menopause out of the shadows and raise awareness?
What can we do to get in touch with our innate wisdom?
How do we follow our own story when there is so much noise telling us what to be and how to feel?
This weekend retreat will use storytelling, simple physical practices and the power of the circle as a way to connect to each other and a deeper sense of self.
The retreat will be led by Fiona Bibby (Integral coach, facilitator and qualified yoga teacher) and Sarah Sutcliffe (Storyteller).
What Happens to us during menopause?
Many of us find ourselves challenged and bewildered by both the psychological and physical changes that arrive with the approach of the menopause.
We have a feeling that we don’t quite “fit” in our own skin anymore. And with a cultural backdrop that seems to have only negative things to say about the menopause this can be a lonely place to be.
And yet menopause is a completely normal and healthy process of transition that effects every woman. It can be a dynamic gateway to exciting change; to a more authentic you.
“Menopause is an ending and a beginning, a time in which a woman deeply examines
who she is, what she has done and who she now wants to be.”
What are we going to do?
How are we going to do it?
Who is it for?
Women who want to explore more about menopause and what it can bring, whether you are in the middle of it, it is ahead of you or behind you.
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