Come & Celebrate International Women’s Day with Us 8th March 2016

Menopause is a source of concern, uncertainty, and embarrassment for many women. It has become a taboo even though every woman goes through it. Some women easily transition but others find the symptoms distressing. Sometimes these symptoms can cause real difficulties in a women’s life, becoming a serious condition if left unattended. It is important to understand the symptoms of menopause so that you have a better chance of managing them.

Menopause Awareness Date: 8.3.16

Time: 5:30-7:30PM

Venue: CLR James Dalston Library, Dalston Lane, Hackney, London E8 3BQ

LBH Healthy Work Event 3.10.07 217The Menopause Awareness event’s goal is to help you take control of your transition. This event is free of charge and will be on the 8th of March. You can treat yourself to a free massage and ask experts questions that you may have regarding menopause. Speakers will talk for the second half of the evening to tell you all about resources within the community that are available for women going through menopause.

Our speakers for the evening include:

Dr. Anita Coutinho, Clinical Lead for Gynaecology, City & Hackney CCG

Dr. Priyanka Patel , Homerton Hospital, Women’s Health

Clare Elliot , City & Hackney CCG Consultant

Eileen Bellot, Managing Director of Hands Inc


You can also learn more about our menopause workshops and exercises classes :

Menopause Exercise Class: Wednesdays from 7-8:30PM

Venue: Redmond Community Centre Kayani Avenue, Woodberry Down N4 2HF

Our next 10 week workshops start in April and are designed to provide a safe space for you to talk about your experience and learn how to manage your symptoms. The currently on-going exercise class will introduce exercises that help reduce menopause-related health risks.

To book a space at the event or to find out more contact Eileen at: 0203 051 8626

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