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Mindfulness and Relaxation for Menopause taster

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Mindfulness and relaxation for menopause
FREE workshop

  • Understand the link between stress and menopause symptoms, and how menopause can affect mental health
  • Learn what mindfulness is and how it and meditation can help
  • Experience different techniques to help anxiety, and calm the body and mind

Menopause isn’t just hot flushes and weight gain.  There’s a whole host of physiological and psychological symptoms, and not every woman’s experience will be the same.  For many, the physiological symptoms can be difficult to cope with, while others see a deterioration in their mental health with increased levels of anxiety, or a drop in mood or confidence. It doesn’t help that this time of life can often be accompanied by additional life stresses, such as caring for elderly parents, divorce or teenage children.

This session will give you a greater understanding of the importance of managing stress at this time of life, and give you a chance to experience some tools proven to help people manage this transition, and improve mental wellbeing. Whether you want to calm the anxiety and manage stress, or develop a different relationship with your physical symptoms, this workshop is for you. Come prepared to participate in the meditation and relaxation practices.

Bredbury Library on 17 April, 7 – 8.30pm and Hazel Grove Library 9 May 7 – 8.30pm. Booking links and event information for Bredbury Library are here and for Hazel Grove library are here

Ancoats Urban Village Medical Practice on 18th June 6.30 – 8pm. Register here

We can also deliver this 90 minute training directly to your community group or workplace in person or via Teams/Zoom.

More information about Greater Manchester Mind menopause project can be found here, including information about menopause awareness sessions as well as dates for tasters and courses run by Mind in Salford.

British Association of Mindfulness-based Approaches (BAMBA)


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