You have gotten past the worst of the menopause and you are starting to realise that this is just the beginning.

You health is a priority although you are not quite sure how to fit it into your busy life or  quite how to do it. 

You know you need to do something but ‘what got you here wont get you there’

 You know you have to look at things differently, exercising over fifty is different to exercising your twenties

You know you are not doing a great job of taking care of yourself, but you can’t seem to find the first steps that don’t aggravate your menopause symptoms.

Next month will be different, as you have more energy then, buuutt, you said that last month too.

The longer you let your menopause symptoms take over your life, the more your behaviour changes, until you get to the point where you don’t recognise yourself anymore.



The magic happens when your attitude change!

When you realise that you can take charge of your menopause and that your actions matter.

The tiny wee steps that will help you to feel better and like your old self again.

When your inner warrior comes out and you approach your menopause symptoms differently.

Deepening your mind-body connection to bring you back into balance. Letting your body lead the way, not your head dictating what to do!

 Instead of feeling stretched thin you start to take up space again.


Delivered to Your Mailbox Every Month

My free monthly newsletter is designed to help you live healthy ever after.

On the 1st of the month, you will receive an email containing a PDF.  It is a nudge which will help you to take a look at the month gone past, and without judgement work out what went well and what needs your attention.

There is thankfully a lot of information around the menopause out there to when I first started researching many years ago.

But implenting that infomation into your everyday is quite a different matter, and that is where this newsletter will focus on.

Creating sustainable healthy habits. 

Staying active and keeping healthy takes work and planning it doesn’t happen by accident.

We often associate taking care of ourselves as a luxury or perhaps a necessity so we can look after others. But it your right and responsibility as a human being to take good care of yourself!

Many menopause remedies might be new to you, so figuring out how they can easily fit into your lifestyles are trial and error. There is no one size fits all and a cookie cutter approach rarely works.

This is your menopause, which although similar to other women’s, it is unique. How you reduce your symptoms will be unique to, as your personality and preferences come into play here.

This is for you if:

  • You are ready to take control of your menopause and health rather than letting it control you
  • You are ready to listen to what your body needs rather than letting your head dictate your actions
  • You are ready to try something new to help minimise symptoms
  • You are fed up of being fed up and ready to change
  • You are ready


This is not for you if:

  • Looking for a hack or quick fix.
  • You don’t want to change
  • You think just receiving your monthly newsletter will make the difference. You have to do the work!
  • You think things will magically improve all by themselves


I created this free resource because it’s the easiest thing to keep putting things off until next month, when you’ll be feeling better.

However, feeling better comes with taking action, however small that is.

It’s one of the most common things I see, sliding one month into the next without any direction.

I have been working in the fitness industry since 2006 and have been focusing on how exercise and self-care helps reduce menopause symptoms.

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