Recently I was the featured guest on the podcast Living a Better Life with Madelaine Golec.

At my first Mompreneurs Conference in 2019, Madelaine was one of the women listening to me talk about menopause (what else?). She is a Registered Physiotherapist/ Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist who graduated from the McMaster University Physiotherapy Program in 2012. As a pelvic floor specialist she sees and helps many women in menopause and wanted to learn more about what women go through during this phase of life.

I, on the other hand, having counselled many women with urinary incontinence, organ prolapse, and other genitourinary problems, was very interested in knowing more about how Madelaine helps women improve their symptoms.

We had a very interesting conversation which led to my being her guest on her podcast, Living a Better Life with Madelaine Golec . You can listen to our conversation here:  Episode 6- Perimenopause and Menopause, which aired in May 2019 but is timeless.  It is timeless because all women will go through menopause, a natural and normal stage of life. As timeless as the many physical, cognitive, and emotional changes of the menopause transition are.

And on Tuesday, July 9th, I’ll be returning the favour, when Madelaine is my guest for an online WHIM (Women’s Health in Midlife) Network meeting about How Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Can Serve You in Mid-life.  You can learn more about this informative event and register here. This is an online event provided through Zoom. You don’t need any special technology or apps to attend. Everyone is welcome to attend. This is the monthly online WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network meeting. If you are a WHIM Network member then you attend free. If you are not a member of WHIM yet then I invite you to learn more and become part of this community of like-minded women; learn more here.

If you have questions about menopause definitions, or anything else, do not hesitate to ask, email me, or book a free 15-minute call with me. 

Would you like to become a member of my WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network?

Are you between 40 and 65 years of age and interested in…

  • Knowing more about health and well-being in midlife?
  • Finally putting yourself at the top of your list and looking after your well-being?
  • Mingling, socializing, interacting, and talking to other midlife women?
  • Supporting and being supported by other women like you?

Find out more and become a member here!


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