I can’t wait to share my discoveries about menopause with those of you who live in Southland, the Kapiti Coast and Northland … I have three amazing women [Bronwyn, Belinda and Sue], who share my absolute passion for women’s health and well-being through the menopause transition.
1. Meet Invercargill’s Bronwyn Dawson:
Bronwyn is a nurse in Invercargill and she specialises in lymphatic drainage for women who have had breast cancer. As she says, “MyMT has made sense out of our menopause symptoms. It’s amazing what I’ve discovered from Wendy and I knew I had to bring her back to Invercargill for Southland women to hear her powerful messages.” (Bronwyn Dawson, Invercargill).
This seminar is on Tuesday 11th September at 6.30pm at the Ascot Hotel. Please secure your ticket here for only $25.
2. Meet Belinda Falconar from Aroha Acupuncture, on the beautiful Kapiti Coast.
“I arrived at this amazing career in mid-life following burn out from working in the busy corporate sector. I found that acupuncture worked so instantly to change my mental/emotional state, increase my energy and induce feelings of well-being that I thought I had lost forever. This experience is why I love helping women find their health and well-being again. That’s why when I heard Dr Wendy Sweet from MyMT, deliver her powerful messages about our wellbeing in menopause in Wellington, earlier this year, I knew I had to bring her to the Kapiti Coast. You can find all the event details here to join us on September 18th, in Paraparaumu.”
[Belinda Falconar, Aroha Acupuncture, Kapiti Coast]
3. Meet Sue Coleman-Price from Northland.
“It is my great privilege to bring women’s healthy ageing researcher, Dr Wendy Sweet, into our Northland communities to share her knowledge on menopause. It’s a topic that many of us are confused about and I have worked extensively with Wendy, who shares my own passion for hauora for Northland wahine (women). I’m a passionate advocate for the health of women in my Northland communities and I can’t wait to share Wendy’s learnings with my Northland communities.” [Sue Coleman-Price]
Tickets can be purchased on this link for seminars in Kaikohe, Kerikeri and Whangarei on October 9th, 10th and 11th.