Peri-WHAT!? Feeling tetchy?

Don’t divorce the husband, leave your job and kids and run away overseas just yet…

Come to discuss how we can create midlife transition to be a celebration, validation and strengthening platform for the rest of your life, using nutrition, herbal medicines, positive psychology and lifestyle medicine.

There are many problems that can occur during the climacteric (peri, menopause & post menopause). Let’s talk about them. They can be understood and managed to bring more harmony to this important hormonal transition – or ‘the Second Spring’ as the Traditional Chinese Medicine people say.

WHAT YOU LEARN:

What’s happening to hormones during the climacteric

Dealing with thew weight gain that often occurs during menopause

Key effective foods and herbs that support this transition – and how to incorporate them into your diet

Risk increases of certain disease states and how to prevent them

We’ll make some delicious balls from foods that support the transition

WHAT YOU TAKE HOME:

  • Some delicious and supportive balls to snack on
  • A new trajectory for yourself, towards strength, empowerment, softness, beauty and whatever you want
  • Knowledge that will serve you (and everyone around you) well for ever!
What happens in a Nourish Yourself 90-minute Health Taster?

We start at 6.30pm and explore a topical question for 10 minutes. Then Sally will share some of the latest understandings from nutritional sciences and Lifestyle Medicine for 15 minutes or so. Following this we get hands on into the experience at hand – prepping, tasting, making etc. Then we reflect, discuss and generate some of the key ways we can implement the health hacks at home. You leave with somethings of great value, and out the door by 8.00pm.

WHERE:  Recharge Health Clinic 324 Queens Parade Clifton Hill 3068

WHEN:  6.30-8pm Tuesday 14th May

COST: $118 waged (purchase online) / $88 pensioner/unwaged (please use the coupon code CONCESSION at checkout and bring your card to the workshop)

CLAIM YOUR PLACE – Max 10 People per session