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Manchester Feelgood Fair - Look who's talking!

Come and join us at our Feelgood Fair in central Manchester on 5th October. Check out our line-up of expert women’s health professionals, complementary therapists and inspirational speakers at an event designed to make you ‘Feel Good’!

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PositivePause Feelgood Fair - Manchester’s First Menopause Event!

Enjoy Manchester’s first women’s health and menopause event where we bring together local women’s health professionals, leading figures in the health arena and complementary therapists, all sharing their knowledge and expertise, offering self-help solutions to help you to be healthy and happy in menopause.

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What helps women 'FeelGood' in midlife & menopause?

Our first Feelgood Fair took place in SW London in May 2019. Women’s health professionals and wellbeing experts looked at the many options for women to manage hormones, health and happiness in midlife and menopause. It was a myth-busting event that looked beyond HRT. How did the messages go down?

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Who's talking at our May 11 PositivePause Feelgood Fair?

Want to know more about who’s talking at our Feelgood Fair? Introducing some of the healthcare professionals and experts from the world of women’s wellness, who’ll be talking at our event, with a shared aim of inspiring women at any age over 40, “that this time is not an ending but a real beginning!” (Dr Louise Wiseman).

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May 11 - PositivePause Feelgood Fair in Richmond

This fun, formative day, hosted by stand-up comic Harriet Beveridge, is chock-full of expert advice & discussions. Women's health experts, complementary therapists and leading figures from the world of health and wellbeing will share their knowledge with women looking for self-help strategies to manage their health, well-being and lifestyles. Join us, and FEEL GOOD!

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27th April: Talking Midlife, Menopause & Beyond - St Mary's Church, Putney

Experts in women's gynae and pelvic floor health - Gynaecologist, Dr Karen Morton & Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Christien Bird, enlighten women on - why, how, & what they can do, to take control of their health & wellbeing in midlife, menopause & beyond! Join us for an afternoon of mythbusting and preventative health advice. Get your questions answered!

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Positive Pause ‘Talking relationships in midlife, menopause & beyond’ event.

“Exhilarating and liberating, full of light and love” - JW, guest at our women’s wellbeing in mid-life, menopause and beyond event at Bell House in January. Find out more about what they experienced during an afternoon of information and resilience building.

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Introducing PositivePause!

Our cheeky, no shame, Hot Flush name, has changed. We’re now PositivePause. No longer defined and confined by a menopause symptom, our new name is all encompassing of women’s mid-life experience. Menopause is a chance for women to pause, take stock, recalibrate and press the reset button, we see it as a time to celebrate the next phase in our lives. And that’s not all…

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October 13th - Hot Flush Women's Health Event

If you’re bemused and confused about what’s happening to your body (and mind) mid-life, here’s your chance to ask questions about women’s health. Gynaecologist,Dr Karen Morton, and Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Christien Bird, will be sharing their expert knowledge in friendly, informal surroundings. Join Hot Flush at our women’s Health Event at Bell House, Dulwich.

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Campaign for a PositivePause

Hot Flush met #pelvicroar at their ‘'Hot Flush Talking Menopause with the Experts’ event in June. We’re now launching a joint menopause awareness campaign, #positivepause, running from 11th to 17th, culminating with World Menopause Day on 18th October. What’s it all about?

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A Roaring Review of Hot Flush Women's Health Event by #pelvicroar

#pelvicroar are three UK-based, chartered physiotherapists specialising in pelvic health conditions. They are members of the professional body POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy) which is a subsidiary of the CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy). We were delighted that two of their team joined us at our first Women’s Health Event. If you want to know how it went, read on.

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