The focus of these events is often a far-reaching introduction to the many faces of Menopause. The subject matter is highly specific to each company's needs and tailored accordingly with experts providing accessible, non-biased information that opens up the conversation around Menopause with sensitivity and authority, presenting the fundamentals of Peri to Post Menopause and offering resources and strategies to help Menopausal women and their counterparts thrive.

Employees come away feeling supported by their organisation and even energised by new information that can support either themselves or their colleagues.

Attendance can be localised or global and often sees all-level employees engaged from the most junior to C-suite.

These lively and enlightening sessions cover a wealth of topics including, but not limited to:

  • An understanding of what Peri to Post Menopause really means
  • Symptoms – physical and mental
  • Potential impact on the workplace
  • Strategies to implement instantly to mitigate or reduce symptoms
  • Simple, reasonable adjustments for the workplace
  • Long-term strategies for the workplace to embed into the culture
  • Neurodiveristy and Menopause
  • Subsections within Menopause with regards to DE&I
  • How to approach conversations with employees/managers/
  • How to approach conversations for medical/natural support
Guest Panelists

We have a wide range of experts within their field and various niches of Menopause with whom we work

Doctors, psychologists, naturopaths, fitness experts, nutritionists, Menopause CEOs, Authors, Advocates and more.


Gender Specific Masterclasses are a great success because they create an environment in which attendees feel completely at ease.

The fact of the matter is, shared lived experience is deeply valued and instils a sense of confidence and security in individuals, allowing them to discuss their point of view freely.

We actively give the men a place in Menopause and support women through this inevitable life transition.

Men only sessions prove that the role of men is not to be underestimated when it comes to women’s health. Menopause affects men indirectly but powerfully as they live and work with women who will experience this life phase at some point in their lives. The symptoms can be mental and physical and deeply affect personal and professional relationships.

Men come away from our Masterclasses feeling stronger and better able to manage their colleagues’ and family members’ needs, confident in their role as allies and supporters. Many have reported greater management skills in terms of recognising when someone may be struggling and therefore improved skills to retain valuable members of their workforce.

Women only environments address:

  • Symptoms
  • Reduction of symptoms – treatment options
  • Personal needs within the working environment
  • Strategies to support themselves and others
  • Methods of embedding a Menopause-Attractive attitude within the culture
  • And more…

Each participant comes away feeling seen and understood, with instant tools at their fingertips to ease symptoms of their own or of their colleagues. The more they are able to express their concerns and have them recognised and addressed, the more they feel able to share their new knowledge with passion and excitement that the best is yet to come. Companies report improved relationships both personally and within the workplace as a result.


These are usually limited to small groups but can also work on a more ‘lecture-style’ larger attendance base.

They tend to be women-focused events and are informative, packed with conversation and practical solutions from all parts of the “Wellness Jigsaw Puzzle”.

We talk to the individuals in attendance and address as many of their personal issues as possible. We also provide additional resources as we have done the research to equip women with wider, bonafide information, should they wish to discover more.

We place particular focus on

  • Nutrition
  • Stress
  • Fitness
  • Sleep
  • Mindset

And build an inclusive, powerful community within the organisation.


These tend to be smaller and more intimate than than Panel webinars and focus on either the broadscape of Menopause by way of introduction or a specific area of Menopause and its management.

To work within a limited time, or to reach a dispersed number of colleagues, online is the most effective way to communicate.

These webinars operate in a similar manner to workshops but at a distance. They can be designed with specific subjects within Menopause in mind or can address a broader range of needs.