Posted by kathryn on September 20, 2012
I would like to talk to you today about my up and coming Mentoring Through Menopause Boot Camp. This is the first of its kind in the UK.
I am working tirelessly to lift the taboos over discussion of the menopause and have found a new way to empower women to enjoy better health with knowledge she has gathered about approaching this challenging phase in life.
I am launching my Mentoring through Menopause Boot Camps on 16th October, 2012 with the aim of helping participants to recognise and overcome debilitating symptoms of the menopause.
The Boot Camps will be jam-packed with live teleseminars and interviews with medical professionals on such diverse subjects as depression and mental health support, nutrition and diet, incontinence and vaginal atrophy, breast health and cervical health which are all very important issues for women going the peri-menopause and menopause.
Participants will be welcome to listen in to the information shared or play an active part in discussions helping to shed new light on the way women’s lives are affected by the menopause both emotionally and physically, at home and at work.
Since I set up my business SimplyHormones six years ago, after my own fruitless search for information about the menopause, I have interviewed a variety of experts on women’s health and made the results accessible on my website www.simplyhormones.com.
What was missing was a way of enabling women to play an active part in the discovery process and the Boot Camps which are to be held four times a year will plug that gap.
I am so confident thethe teleseminars will be of benefit that I promise participants they will be able to overcome the debilitating symptoms of menopause in 50 days – or have their money back.
At the same time I am continuing to press on with sharing my hard-won knowledge with a wider audience by talking to networking groups of women – and men – in a bid to encourage businesses to introduce programmes to help their female employees as it makes perfect sense for companies to embrace such programmes both as a way of showing they value their staff and because a direct result will be improved productivity.
Research has shown that women reach their full potential in their 40s but at the age of 45 they are walking out of the door seeking “a better work/life balance”.
This is the reason used most often by women quitting their jobs and if we look more deeply into it, we find women themselves aren’t recognising the symptoms of menopause and the effect it is having on their daily lives.
I believe this would change if they were better informed and armed with the right knowledge to move forward. That may involve a change of job but they would be equipped with the tools to proceed with a free and open mind.
Interest is now growing in the workplace programmes that I am developing but the Mentoring through Menopause Boot Camps are ideal for women who want to learn more about the menopause right now and benefit immediately from that knowledge.
This is not a quick fix but if women stick with it and follow the guidelines, they will enjoy a better quality of life.
If you would like to learn more about the Mentoring through Menopause Boot Camps, please sign up for our Boot Camp Teleseminar which is being held on Tuesday 2nd October. You can sign up here http://mentoringthroughmenopause.com
Thank you Ladies and I look forward to meeting you at my Teleseminar on 2nd October.