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Tropical Leaves

“Once we understand the true nature of a woman's life cycle, we can celebrate our feminine energy, acknowledge the wisdom within us all, and share this knowledge with younger generations so that they view our menopausal years not with fear and anxiety, but instead as a time of liberation, creativity, respect and empowerment.”

Petra Coveney

Founder of Menopause Yoga

How can yoga help me to manage my menopause?

As we journey through the stages of menopause (from perimenopause to post-menopause), we are given the opportunity to draw our awareness deep within and reflect on the ways in which we are out of alignment in our lives. This helps us to let go of the things that hold us back and reconnect with the inner wisdom of our true soul essence. Menopause is a time to embrace your Second Spring: to celebrate the magic that is you and step into your power so you can live your best life!

Winter lake

Rest and renew

Winter Wellness Retreat

7th January 2024

Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Are you experiencing exhaustion and fatigue? Are you in need of a reset for more energy and vitality this new year?

Join us for this sumptuous half-day retreat of deep rest, restoration and reflection! This retreat focuses on empowering women to embrace the winter season, providing space to slow down and emerge feeling rejuvenated, reenergised and ready for the challenges and opportunities ahead. We will gather together and support you with a physical and emotional reset. Slowing down and self-care are key to help you manage anxiety, overwhelm and lack of mental focus. From beginners to seasoned practitioners, we provide tailored options to nurture your growth, as we root to the earth and rise up to the sky! Home-cooked snacks and refreshments are provided throughout the day in this peaceful location surrounded by nature.

This winter retreat will allow you to:

  • Connect deeply with your true essence, amidst the inspiration of nature.

  • Gather together in circle with like-minded women for fun, laugher and shared experiences.

  • Find clarity and receive guidance on how to manage your winter season and the challenges you may be facing physically, emotionally and mentally.

  • Discover practical tools and techniques to manage your stress in the modern world.

  • Use breath work practice for inner calm and grounding.

  • Practice a gentle yoga flow to regulate your mind body experience.

  • Feel reinvigorated and connected to your body through an intentional dance practice.

  • Experience deep relaxation with restorative yoga for healing and calming the nervous system for peace and tranquility

Sunday 7th January 2024

1pm - 6pm

Keston Village BR2



Women Practicing Yoga

“Thank you for this valuable and holistic workshop. I now feel better equipped to manage my hormone health.”

— Jo


“The workshop was excellent. I learnt a lot about perimenopause that I didn't know, the information was really useful and the goody bags were lovely!”

— Nicky


Having practiced yoga for many years, Sheila has experienced the many benefits that yoga offers. She teaches yoga, breathwork and mindful meditation specifically for menopause which helps women manage menopause symptoms, including sleep disturbance, fatigue, hot flushes, low mood, stress and anxiety.

Regular yoga can help strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, reduce aches and pains, manage weight gain, increase energy and support positive body image.

Yoga for menopause combines the evidence base of western medicine and the philosophy of eastern health and wellbeing practices to educate women about menopause; offering guidance for women to feel more in control and embrace the menopause as an opportunity for self-awareness and growth.

Sheila is a qualified healthcare professional and certified yoga teacher. She is a professional member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. Sheila specialises in women's health and hormonal support and is a professional member of the Newson Health Menopause Society. 

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