The second in our series of Women’s Wellbeing workshops, led by Claire Callaghan B. Pty MSc Chartered Physiotherapist and Sue Baic MSc RD Registered Dietitian.
Saturday 6th April, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Are you finding that menopause is affecting you physically, mentally or emotionally?
What we eat and physical activity play an important role at this time, and it’s clear that diet and exercise affect hormones, health and wellbeing.
As a Physiotherapist, I see many women who are perimenopausal and struggling with symptoms from weight gain to hot flushes, joint pain, anxiety and fatigue.
My colleague, Nutritionist and Dietician Sue Baic, and I will present an informative, fun workshop at the May Wellness Centre on Sat 6th April, 9am – 1pm.
We want women to feel confident and knowledgeable about the changes which occur during menopause and how they can address some unpleasant symptoms naturally.
We’ll be exploring how the menopause affects the brain, metabolism, muscles, joints and the body as a whole.
They will look at what constitutes ‘good, healthy nutrition’ and a ‘healthy gut’ during menopause, including examples of nutrient rich meals, weight gain/managing weight, dietary approaches to helping with hot flushes and mood swings.
If you’re concerned about risk of breast cancer, we’ll outline how diet and exercise influence this, as well as bone and heart health.
Our aim is to help you through the menopause by giving you the knowledge to manage your symptoms naturally.
You will have a greater understanding of the menopause, symptoms and hormonal health, have top tips and ideas on what to eat and how to exercise most effectively for menopause.
It’s important to us that women are educated about their bodies and empowered to make positive steps to take care of themselves.
The cost of each workshop is £40 + £3.23 booking fee. For further details or to book your place, click the button below.
Claire Callaghan, BPty MSc (Sport and Exercise)
Has been a Chartered Physiotherapist for over 20 years.
Currently works in private practice
Clientele include women of all ages and levels of physical ability, from those who are looking to be more active to Olympic medallists.
Sue Baic MSc RD
Registered Dietitian with over 20 years’ experience
Particular interest and expertise in diet and women’s health
Has worked in healthcare settings and in research and teaching at the University of Bristol
Co-author of Nutrition For Dummies
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