What is Perimenopause and Menopause?

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Katie Phillips, self love coach and Head Talks ambassador, wants to prove that menopause can be a very positive experience! She says most women suffer through their menopause because it has been the ‘white elephant in the room’ for too long. Katie is joined by women’s integrative health and wellbeing coach, Tanith Lee, and Sandra Peat, co-founder of SuperHuman, to discuss and share their experiences of perimenopause and menopause.

The interview is intended to empower women with awareness, solutions, practical tips, tools and alternative ways of viewing and thinking about menopause. 

We want to support Katie in her mission to normalise the conversations around menopause – including on World Menopause Day on October 18 – and encourage all women to embrace the experience.

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