Live Online Menopause Workshop


Tuesday 29th June | 6pm-8pm

Creating Space for Our Emotional Selves

Journeying through the menopause can throw up lots of unexpected, unwanted and uncomfortable emotions. In this workshop with psychotherapist Kelly Hearn, we will discover ways to make space for and sit with these difficult emotions.

Before we can come to some positive view of the other side of the menopause mountain – a ‘second spring’ that awaits – we need to acknowledge the seasons in between: autumn and winter.  There is loss and letting go of what was as we create space for the new. 

Expect to explore different experiential exercises with Kelly such as guided visualisation, journalling, drawing and intention setting. There will also be time for a Q&A session with Kelly.

In this workshop we will:

  • Understand and explore our resistance to emotions
  • Appreciate the wisdom in our emotions
  • Learn the importance of lingering in the liminal space
  • Discover various techniques to face our fears and work wisely with our challenges

This workshop is perfect if you are moving through the menopause or perimenopause and are looking for support as you navigate the emotional highs and lows.

Kelly Hearn, Psychotherapist and Co-Founder of Examined Life, trained at the Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) in London and is a registered member of the BACP and UKCP. Kelly has wide experience working within the NHS, private practice and at The School of Life. Kelly co-founded Examined Life, a collective of psychotherapists, in 2020. She is also an avid ‘sanity walker’ and yogi; activities which help her balance when her mind is over-active.


£10 for subscribers

£15 for non-subscribers



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Terms & Conditions

Practicing safely

The live online workshops are for your education and your enjoyment only. You are participating in the live classes at your own risk. You are encouraged to to take breaks when needed and/or when in doubt, don’t do sequences that you are even a little concerned about. If you have any health condition, please seek medical advice before taking any form of exercise. If you have any concerns, please let us know before the workshop starts.

If you feel unwell in any way or if you experience any discomfort during class, please stop the class and consult your health practitioner immediately. Remember that yoga is mostly a journey off the mat and into life, and it is a journey about taking responsibility for our own actions and cultivating self-knowledge. Only choose exercises which will nurture and support you, and please take responsibility for yourself and your current abilities during your practice. Remember that each day is different, and even if yesterday you were able to perform a movement, that is no indicator that the same exercise is possible today. Please move within your comfortable limits and if you’re in any doubt whatsoever, please seek medical advice.

We are not medical practitioners and we do not seek to offer medical advice. Please consult your healthcare practitioner before starting any new exercise. This is particularly important if you have any limiting condition or are, pregnant, nursing, regularly taking medications, or have any existing medical conditions. We do not accept any liability whatsoever for any injury or damage, either during or after this retreat. Your participation in this retreat is entirely voluntary and at your own risk, and you agree to abide by the T&Cs of Movement for Modern Life.


Your secure payment will reserve your place on this very intimate, special online retreat. No refunds will be made.

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