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    Essential Exercise for Women in their Fourties & Fifties

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    Women experience a rollercoaster of hormonal changes through their fourties and fifties that affect the way their bodies look and feel. And boy, can it be tricky to navigate! Exercise recommendations and fitness programs are simply not a “one-size-fits-all” anymore if you want to stay active with confidence and trust in your body.

    Join us for an interactive workshop that dives into the must-knows of movement and exercise to thrive through the physiological changes of perimenopause, the menopause and beyond where we look and feel a little different (or lots different!). 

    A helpful mix of evidence-based strategies and a holistic approach to wellness, this workshop equips participants with the must know health information for women in this tricky time to strengthen bones, improve muscle tone, manage weight, reduce the risk of pelvic floor dysfunction, and foster physical and mental resilience.

    From investigating exercise that supports your physiological phase to optimising your nutrition, we'll delve into actionable steps tailored to the unique challenges faced by women. 

    What to Bring: 

    Comfortable clothing that is easy to move in, and a water bottle. We recommend bringing an exercise mat for your ultimate participation, but it is not essential.  

    Additional Information:

    • Participants will have opportunities to try guided activities that are considered low-intensity movement or exercise, allowing them to comfortably explore their abilities at their own pace.
    • The workshop will provide a supportive and inclusive environment for all participants, regardless of fitness level or prior experience with exercise.
    • If you experience pelvic floor pain or dysfunction, we recommend you seek medical evaluation or specific advice. You are invited to contact Amanda for a chat around your body experiences, next steps or appropriate referral.
    • This event is unsuitable for children.

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