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Meet the Experts

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To mark #WorldMenopauseDay and our 2nd Birthday,

we've invited some of our amazing expert friends to come and share

their best stuff with you...


will be sharing their insights, expertise, skills and tips over​ 3 evenings


25, 26 & 27 October 2022

at 6pm & 7.30pm each evening


in our Private Facebook Group.

Here's who you'll be meeting...

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Emily Foster

'A Gutsy Menopause'


What do digestive issues have to do with perimenopause and menopause?


Emily Foster, RD is a nutritionist and registered dietitian focused on helping women create 'gut calm' around the menopause with her practice A Gutsy Menopause®.

She works with women to help them manage and overcome gut challenges related to hormonal changes such as acid reflux and heartburn, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, and IBS flare-ups. Emily takes a holistic approach with her clients and incorporates mindfulness, stress management and sometimes even Reiki into her work.

She will be sharing simple but transformational ways to improve our gut health.


Emily has been featured as a nutrition expert in the media by the likes of the BBC One Show, The Mirror Online, Global News, CTV News and more.

Find her online at the link below.

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Janet Harrison

'Panache - Styled to Perfection'


Janet is a Colour Me Beautiful Image Consultant and Personal stylist. She helps women to create the best versions of themselves by learning all about colour, style and body shape. All of these can change dramatically in midlife and menopause and style confidence can waver, but Janet is committed to making every woman look good, feel great and be confident about how they look and dress by understanding colour, style and make-up that can enhance our natural beauty and bring out the best version of us.

Janet's passion and warmth radiates in her work and as a woman in midlife and menopause herself, she definitely walks the midlife style talk.


 Janet says...."I dare you….release that inner goddess, you owe it to yourself!"

Contact her at the link below.

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Karen Gilbert

'Fragrant Alchemy'


Ever wondered how scent affects our mood, memory and health? In Karen's own words..."Scent memory is wired into our DNA and when connected with our own rituals, we are doing what the ancients did but for our own modern-day purposes. The ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians all used scent and rituals to anchor in altered states of consciousness. Incenses & oils were a fundamental part that couldn’t be omitted."

Karen is an entrepreneur, perfumery teacher and fragrance expert and has been in the health & beauty industry since 1990. The theme running through her life and business has always been well-being and while working with one of the world’s largest perfume manufacturers, she jumped headfirst into the science of scent and how it affects our brain, going on to pursue her passion for natural health and beauty by studying aromatherapy, meditation and energy medicine.

Karen will be sharing how we can understand and use the power of scent to improve our well-being.

Find out more at the link below.

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'The Skin Wytch'

Sarah Marolia


Sarah is a mature skin and facial yoga specialist and is trained in a range of treatments including non surgical face lift, facial reflexology and cryotherapy. 

She will be sharing her own story of bringing her skin back to radiant health after recovering from addiction and she will be giving us some simple things we can do to understand our mature skin better and keep it in the best condition, including a simple facial yoga routine we can all practice at home.

As Sarah says "It’s not about trying to look 20 when you’re 50, it’s about embracing who you are right now and making the best of what you’ve got. I do not believe in quick fixes or the latest trend when it comes to skincare and ageing well. The key to helping you to look your best self is by looking at the bigger picture - to look at you holistically, or as I like to call it, whole-istically - and of course realistically, always keeping in mind what may or may not be achievable.

Find out more at the link below.

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Annie Hayes-Pantony

'Let Life Be Yoga'


Annie's mission is to help people on their journey to find the best version of themselves, finding strength mentally: physically and emotionally.

As well as being a gifted yoga teacher, Annie is a talented actress, having appeared in many musicals and plays and is currently playing Sybil in Faulty Towers. In her yoga practice, she specialises in restorative yoga and yoga for menopause. She runs on and offline classes, workshops and retreats in the UK and Europe. She brings her own experience to her teaching, as well as her infectious personality. She fully understands the challenges women face in midlife and menopause: bladder and pelvic floor weakness, aching joints, lack of flexibility and potential arthritis and osteoporosis. She can help!

Annie says..."My hope is that I will inspire even those new to yoga, with my enthusiasm and energy. We can only do what we can do in this moment and that is enough."

Annie will be sharing her knowledge and insights as well as simple things we can do to keep strong.

Find out more at the link below.

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'Joninada Sounds'

Joanne Hampson-Adams


What better way to round off an incredible three days of expert sharing and learning than with the most relaxing session you can imagine.

Joanne is a hugely gifted healer and specialises in sound healing. 

What is sound healing?


Most of us are aware that our body contains invisible energies but did you know that this energy has electromagnetic qualities and that just the right type of sound can have the positive effect in terms of balancing your “electric body” to promote optimal wellbeing?

Sound-healing therapies are used in medical facilities across the globe to address things anxiety, sleep challenges, grief, depression, anger, and panic attacks, to aid pain relief and to boost the immune system.

Joanne will gift us with a beautiful, relaxing, healing sound bath to ease us out of our event. All you have to do is get in your comfies, lie back and receive it. For maximum benefit, Joanne recommends listening with headphones to deepen the sound experience.

Find out more at the link below.

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