“As long as you are breathing, there is more right with you than wrong with you, no matter how ill or how despairing you may be feeling in a given moment.”
– Jon Kabat-Zinn
At midlife it can feel like your body is going south. Yes, aging and menopause can be challenging, but the truth is there is more going right with your 32 trillion cells than wrong!
In today’s episode you’ll discover how to love and embrace your incredible midlife body. We’ll be talking with two midlife women who are changing the conversation around midlife health.
You’ll learn how to:
- Thrive at midlife rather than just survive!
- Take control of how you age Feel younger and stay active, independent without pain or injury
- Make an exercise routine stick
- Reverse negative body image without changing your body
- Feel good as you go through peri-menopause
- A seasonal approach to boost your wellbeing
- Prepare for peri-menopause and a vibrant Second Spring
It’s going to be a powerful episode filled with actionable wellbeing tips and techniques!
More About My Guests
Single mom, entrepreneur, marketer and innovator. Liz has over 30 years’ experience in marketing and advertising providing innovative, integrated, thoughtful solutions for multiple Fortune 500 clients. Her love of a challenge and making big things happen, together with a need to manage the stress that comes along with running a business, endless deadlines, keeping clients happy, being a present and mindful mom – led her on the journey to what has become “TheOptimal.me”. The combination of her hard work, experience and endless curiosity, together with the need to not only survive but thrive as she gets older has led her to this point. For Liz, the joy of finding long term solutions to feeling better and being excited about what’s ahead is something worth sharing … so that’s exactly what she’s done!
Author of Second Spring the self-care guide to menopause, Kate is a mentor, speaker, facilitator, artist, writer and has been a therapist for 30 years. A pioneering spirit, Kate was the first to graduate as a Menstruality Medicine Circle facilitator, is the host of Life – An Inside Job podcast, creates multi-level art textile projects and seasonal Yoga Nidra. When she’s not doing these things you’ll find her playing in her compost heaps.