"With over half of women saying the menopause has had a negative impact on their life, we know that there is still so much to be done to help and support each other through this time. "
Miss Lubna Khan-Salim
An online event focused on supporting women experiencing menopause and perimenopause is taking place in support of Smart Works Leeds, the charity supporting women back into employment.
Founded by Miss Lubna Khan-Salim, a Yorkshire based surgeon and business owner of skin clinic, Time to Bloom, the Make a Date with You to Meno-well is the second online female empowerment summit hosted by Lubna, following a sell-out event in February.
Taking place on Friday 7th May 7.30pm-9.45pm, the evening will include a series of discussions covering exercise, styling, nutrition, skincare, and hormones with specialist experts in supporting women experiencing menopause and perimenopause. Carrie Beechcroft-Sinnot, founder of Flow Life Yoga who specializes in supporting women over 40 will be joining Lubna as host for the evening.
Lubna says: “With over half of women saying the menopause has had a negative impact on their life*, we know that there is still so much to be done to help and support each other through this time. This event is all about empowering, supporting, and educating women so we can take on this stage of our lives confidently. Having briefly touched on the subject in our previous events, we know this is something that needs to be talked about more openly and honestly. We’ll be covering key parts of our lives to show how we can proactively address the issues living with menopause presents in those areas.”
Tickets are now on sale and include a donation to the Smart Works charity, plus guests can purchase a ticket that includes a book, The Complete Guide to the Menopause by Annice Mukherjee.
Tickets and details of all the speakers and experts are available via Eventbrite www.menowell.eventbrite.co.uk