Many women wish they had more friends.

I created the WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network for women 40 – 65 who are interested in learning about their health, putting themselves first, and fostering friendships that are supportive, engaging, inspiring, and help us grow.

To sign up for the 2020 membership now and enjoy the rest of 2019 FREE, click HERE.

With the annual WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network membership you will enjoy:

Free monthly online workshops

On-demand access to recorded webinars

Free monthly eNewsletter

Access to a closed Facebook Group

Discounted tickets for in-person events

 

Menopause & Clean Beauty

January 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

 $10

Are you in menopause?   Or not yet?   Either way, join us to learn all about (peri)menopause, how to manage it, and how to look good through it!

Our expert speakers will be Teresa Isabel Dias (Pharmacist, NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner, and the founder of MenopausED), and special guest Heather Chiavegato (an Independent Consultant with BEAUTYCOUNTER).

Menopause is not a disease, it is a natural and normal event that all women will go through.

​Menopause can happen between ages 40 and 58, and in North America the average age is 51. Physical, cognitive, and emotional changes, due to estrogen fluctuations and decline, begin years before the last period. This phase is called perimenopause, it can commence in the late 30s or early 40s, and it may last for several years.

 

Consultations

Is perimenopause affecting you? There’s help. I can help you!

Corporate Health & Wellness

Health & wellness of women 40+ at work

Speaking

Talks for women, employers, and healthcare providers 

WHIM Network

Connect, Learn, Engage, Share, Support, Celebrate, Enjoy

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