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Menopause is a natural stage of a woman’s life.  It is a time of change and of opportunity, and for some women, it can be a time of challenge.

Whether you are hosting a breakfast briefing about menopause, a more in-depth talk for up to two hours, or are considering a “Takeover” event, HotWomenAtMenopause provides a platform of positivity, information, and inspiration, empowering women at menopause, midlife and beyond.

The HWAM Talks, Training, and bespoke ‘Takeover’ events are tailored to meet individual needs; to inform, support and help women to take control and make informed choices about how they manage their menopause.  To raise awareness of how women should be supported for their own long-term health benefits and for the efficiency of our social and economic workforce.

HWAM … Talks:

“Survive and Thrive at Menopause” by Jane Midwinter

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Our talks can be adapted to suit the client, the occasion and the audience.

Jane, founder of HotWomenAtMenopause presents either a short introductory talk for breakfast meetings for example or a more in-depth interactive presentation if required.

  1. The introductory talk of 20-minutes raises positive awareness about menopause; including terminology, phases and the science behind it.  It also gives brief, relevant and helpful information for women, their colleagues, employers, employees, and their families; aiming to support the reduction of work absenteeism, improve confidence, raise performance and self-fulfillment.
  2. The interactive presentation of up to 2 hours covers the above points in greater depth and includes reflective exercises.

As well as Speaker for HotWomenAtMenopause, Jane will be working as a Consultant Trainer with from January 2020.  This organisation offers a full range of professional services, including menopause training for employees, line managers, HR, and Occupational Health.

Contact us here to book a HWAM … Talk!


HWAM … Takeovers!

The “HWAM Takeover” events are mini-retreat style, day or evening occasions; relaxing and fun as well as supportive and restorative! These creative, collaborative events aim to inspire, inform and empower women at this most natural, but often challenging stage of life.

The “Takeover” event is designed to be held in your cafe, gallery, shop or concept space or even in your home!  Bringing people to you, for an experience that cannot be bought online, Jane will work with you to provide you, your customers, clients, friends or colleagues with a memorable event that offers a personalised and unique experience!

The “Takeover” consists of a carousel of bespoke workshops and presentations to inform women about the facts, solutions, opportunities, and possibilities at menopause, midlife and beyond, provided by a team of professionals, and artisans, for a restorative, relaxing, informative and fun occasion.

Workshops can include some or all of the following, depending on space available and duration of the event:

  1. Presentation: A Talk on Menopause: the terminology, the phases, and the science behind it, with brief, relevant and helpful information for everyone.
  2. Creative workshop: Creating calm through clay
  3. Creative workshop: Paint Yourself Calm.
  4. Coaching workshop: Balance and Insight Group Coaching with an interactive ‘helicopter view of life’ exercise.
  5. Taster session: Yoga
  6. Taster session: Pilates
  7. Presentation: A talk on nutrition and gut health
  8. Presentation: A talk on herbal medicine and supplements.

Contact us here to find out more information or book a “HWAM … Takeover” 


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Women Supporting Women … leadership at its best!

‘Women in Leadership’ Health and Well-being Talks and Workshops

HWAM invites women at all levels of leadership to take time out to listen, reflect and learn strategies for improved wellbeing and fulfilling lives.

Whether well established within a leadership role, or contemplating a new leadership venture, this workshop will give women leaders time to focus on health and wellbeing, reflect on different aspects of home and work life, and consider which areas may need greater focus.

Through a guided ‘wheel of life’ exercise, as well as clear and concise self-coaching tools, women are invited to ringfence time for themselves in order to equip them with effective strategies to keep in focus what matters most.

Whether at menopause (pre- peri- or post-) or another stage of life, this workshop is for women who take their work and their wellbeing seriously in equal measures.

Facts, support, links, strategies, and a ‘WiL’ Well-being Pack, are provided to ensure that the workshop is not a one-day wonder, but a lasting habit-shift, enabling healthy life-long leadership.

For all inquiries: t: 07545 309200 or through our website contact page here.

Menopause Coaching & Mentoring  for individuals or small groups. Call now for a free 30-minute pre-coaching chat.

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An introduction to Menopause: Information and Support for Leaders and Managers on Menopause’.

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‘Menopause At Work: Information, Support, and Strategies for Women at Work.’ (minimum of 12).

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‘Menopause Guidance: Developing Best Menopause Practice in the workplace’. (minimum of 12) .

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‘Coaching Skills for Leaders and Managers’.

(10% discount for schools.)

Six two-hour sessions including coaching pack and materials, coaching practice and gap tasks.  Course duration: six months. (Minimum of 6).

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All training sessions are interactive, embracing individual and team ethos.  Further coaching to embed policy and practice can be arranged following training sessions. Training and coaching can either take place in the workplace or at an external venue to be arranged by me at an additional cost.

Refreshments can be provided at an additional cost.

Click here for a BBC News Article published January 2018, where a BBC survey found 70% of respondents did not tell their employers they were experiencing symptoms. 

For more information on any of the above events and services, please contact Jane Midwinter.

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