The transition to menopause can be a time of reflection and inspiration. Although transitions of any kind can be inherently difficult, many women experience a newfound sense of freedom and anticipate personal growth. Join menopause transition specialist Clarissa Kristjansson , as she interviews midlife women to hear their stories of struggle and success through midlife. As well experts from the field of mind-body medicine, nutrition and more about their best ways to support you live well through perimenopause and beyond. If you want to feel inspired, supported and empowered this is the podcast for you.
S2E45. How Culture Shapes How We View Women
What does throat cancer and multi-cultural background teach us about how we can grow as women? Join me in conversation with Henriette Runte, cancer survivor, author and podcaster to talk about these topics through the lense of her book ‘Fade to Green’
S2E44. Changing Lanes - Life Post-Menopause
As we get through menopause we discover a new phase in life. In this week’s episode, I am in conversation with Sally Edwardsauthor of ‘Conversations with Myself’ and her journey of what she calls Changing Lanes and how we can start a conversation with ourselves around finding connection with this new life stage?
S2E43. What Younger Women Need to Know About Menopause
When a young woman approaches you and wants to become a voice to get younger women to think about menopause earlier in life, you have to say YES!. Today I am joined by Louise Erskine, poet, photographer and content creator to talk about menopause from a different viewpoint
S2E42. Learning to Live with the Emotional and Physical Changes of Menopause Brought on by a Hysterectomy?
A hysterectomy can actually cause the body to undergo menopause. This week I am in conversation with Jenn Smrz, Wellness Coach about her experiences and challenges of learning to live through the emotional and physical changes of menopause, after 4 breast cancer operations forced her into having a hysterectomy at 45
S2E41. Boosting Your Metabolism To Stay Slimmer With Age with Candace Rhodes
Are you looking for a simple, easy to follow system that doesn't involve dieting or willpower to lose weight? In this episode I am joined by Candace Rhodes founder of the F.I.R.E method, a scientific approach, that has helped hundreds of women to feel healthier and stronger
S2E40. Struggling with Urinary Incontinence but Despairing With the Choice of Products?
Why does incontinence wear have to be so ugly and force women to change the way they dress or curtail doing things they love? Today Aubrey Hubbell, CEO and Chief Designer of Hazel joins the show to share how Hazel is tackling the female incontinence space with a re-engineered product for women focusing on fit, function, and aesthetics.