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Mindful Menopause

The psychological experiences a woman can have in the body and mind during the different menopause stages, ranging from anxiety, insomnia and hot flushes/night sweats, irrational behaviour and mood swings and more. Make changes to your lifestyle and experience the positive impact of hypnotherapy.


Below are some of the psychological experiences a woman can have in the body and mind during the different menopause stages.

To make this more accessible for those who do not have the finances to book me, I am currently designing an online mindful menopause course. It includes meditation, hypnosis recordings and videos, which are split into different sections related to different parts of the psychological and emotional effects of the menopause. Helping you to navigate this with flow and ease and release anything that maybe hindering your experience.

If you wish to be one of the first 10 people who can buy this course for half price, click on the link here.

Women Holding Hands

Your experience of the menopause will be unique to you. I believe women should feel they can be in a positive place emotionally, physically and spiritually, that enables them to transition in their menopause journey where they feel in control.

This is about ‘Your story’, how you are transitioning through this stage in life, the impact that the changes being experienced are having on you and those around you. It’s important to take time for yourself and choose hypnotherapy as an opportunity to be fully open and honest in a safe, loving and confidential environment because you do deserve to feel empowered and embrace your menopause stage.

As a mum and wife, myself, I know how challenging life can be when experiencing the peri-menopause and what comes with it. Why did I just put my keys in the fridge? I’m sure I came upstairs to do something, but I can’t remember?! Maybe snapping at your children or partner.

If you have children who are going through puberty, whilst you are experiencing what manifests during the peri-menopause stage, everyday life can suddenly seem a little more challenging that what you may have previously thought as being ‘normal’ can become overwhelming.

Yes, hormones do play a big part in what manifests in the menopause stages and one of the many things that can be changed is by us looking at your lifestyle choices:


  • Alcohol intake

  • Unhealthy eating habits

  • Night sweats

  • Hot flushes

  • Lack of focus

  • Insomnia

  • Loss of confidence

  • No interest in exercise

All or some of the above can impact your confidence, self-esteem, behaviours, moods, attention/focus and all these are affected by the mis-alignment of what we feel, act and behave during the different stages of the menopause.

Think of it as a ‘domino effect’, when one thing we do is impede on our wellbeing, it continues to manifest in other ways.​

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