South Bristol Menopause Day

Beccy, who normally does our social media and other communications, is having a change of role and organising this great event. Make a Move is delighted to be supporting her to deliver this much needed opportunity.

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A supportive, self-help, sharing day for anyone going through or interested in the menopause, intended to have a relaxed, informal atmosphere with a lot of laughs, frank discussions and irreverence.

 

 

The day will include information and self-help tips from expert practitioners including:
• Jules Allan – creativity & mindfulness
• Tracy Dawn White & Moira Nunn – both 30+ years as midwives – ‘the science bit’ – what exactly is happening to our hormones, and how that effects body & mind
• Fran Hopcraft – nutritionist
• Marilyn Reynolds – reflexologist
• Vicki Armstrong – Yoga & Yoga Nidra
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Format of the day:
• Intros
• Practitioner sessions
• Shared lunch
• Mindful walk
• Sharing tips & info – things that work for you – everyone is invited to contribute to this session – please think of something you can share
• Group discussion & feedback
• Yoga/relaxation session to end
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Arrive 9.30am to start 10am promptly.
Cost £20. If this is difficult for you get in touch – no one should be unable to come due to lack of funds.
The day is all about support and sharing. Please bring a contribution towards a shared lunch.
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Places are limited and must be booked in advance. Contact beccy@makeamove.org.uk with any questions and to book.


Small print:

Everyone who identifies as female is welcome to attend. There is no age restriction. Everyone is welcome regardless of sexuality, disability, ethnicity or any other reason for disadvantage. The day is primarily aimed at women who live in south Bristol, but women from further away will not be excluded. The venue is accessible and near public transport routes.
The day is not for medical diagnosis or advice – it’s about a group of women getting together to share their experiences. If you are worried or have medical questions please see your GP.
Funding is from the Filwood, Knowle & Windmill Hill Neighbourhood Partnership Wellbeing Fund. Organised by Beccy Golding with tons of fab support from Make a Move www.makeamove.org.uk

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