THE “Pause Live” – an event designed to empower women on their journey through menopause will take place on November 25.
The event, organised by entrepreneur Charlotte Body, originally from Leigh, aims to educate women as to what can be done to help them through menopause.
Pause Live is a first-of-its-kind consumer event aimed at educating women on how to take back control of their lives and bodies through every stage of their menopause journey.
Ms Body explained: “Whether you are perimenopausal and experiencing the first flushes of symptoms, have gone through the change or are simply curious about what your body goes through during this significant time in your life, then join us on Saturday, November 25, at the Business design centre, London.
“Bringing together experts from the fields of menopause, gynaecology, aesthetic medicine, lifestyle and functional medicine and general practice, we want to help take the sting out of menopause and show you how you can thrive in your menopausal years and beyond.”
The boutique-style event will be full of education and advice from top experts on the latest treatments and products that address the many and varied symptoms of menopause from head to vagina.
She added: “Have questions you’ve been embarrassed to ask? Or feel like you are getting nowhere with your GP? Then book in for a one-to-one consultation with one of our medical expert panel, who will be on hand to answer whatever is on your mind.
“There will also be holistic and wellness practitioners offering alternative remedies and stress busters like yoga and sound healing. It’s time to try something that you have never tried before.”
Ms Body added: “Myself and the team have been working tirelessly to help break down barriers and to educate women. It’s so important to me that we change the narrative for the next generation.
“I want my daughters to be more prepared because trust me, when menopause hits, it hits you like a sledgehammer.”
Su Harrison, Radio Essex host and ½ of Martin and Su will be a presenter for PAUSE Live. She said: “For the last couple of years, I have been struggling with my menopause and the symptoms that came with it.
“Brain fog and sleep has affected my workday, due to having to wake up early and the nature of my job. I would forget my words on air and look to my co-host Martin for support.
“For me, an event like this can’t come quick enough. I am delighted to be speaking and taking part in this event that will ultimately help women understand their hormones and educate them as to what can be done to help them through menopause.”
Tickets for the educational programme/ exhibition and wellness sessions cost £15.99 and include VIP goodie bags.
Ms Body said: “We are declaring November 25 Menopause Empowerment Day, so join us on our mission to help women look and feel their best.”
Tickets are available by visiting: pauselive.com.
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