At BeingEve our aim is to bring together all the experts in one place to help you live a healthier and happier menopause.
As Iris Murdoch said ‘there are as many menopauses as women’, but for a lot of us, it all starts the same way. It sneaks up on you. Every woman’s experience of the menopause is unique, so having the right information to hand is key to making the right decisions about how best to manage your symptoms and get through this next phase of your life.
That’s why we’ve brought together experts from many different professions providing information, advice and tools on a range of techniques and treatments for you to make informed decisions about what’s right for you.
We’ve been inspired by many stories from women who have chosen a new career, started a new relationship, taken on a new challenge – in other words, continued to grow and thrive during this time.
The name Eve itself means ‘to breathe’, ‘to live’ and we can’t think of any better way to sum up this new and exciting phase of our lives. Join us in this amazing journey.
Meet some of our Contributors
Isabel Wood is the founder and editor of BeingEve. She has a background in marketing communications but feels passionate about opening up the conversation around menopause and the challenges that many women face during mid-life. She has started her own menopause journey and has found that living a healthy lifestyle, mostly through healthy eating and regular exercise has allowed her to better manage symptoms. She is also passionate about the benefits of yoga and finds it essential to help relax, manage anxiety and stay focused.
Dr Nerina Ramlakhan PhD, is a physiologist who has specialised in maximising individual and organisational performance for over two decades. She is the author of Tired and Wired and her latest book – Fast Asleep, Wide Awake. Nerina has a strong belief that everyone can live a healthy and more fulfilling life by tapping into and nurturing their deepest inner resources. Her work, both with individuals and organisations, is dedicated to helping people to create greater balance, vitality, meaning and peace. Nerina works with the Nightingale Psychiatric Hospital in London on their sleep, energy & physical health programmes that are designed to support mental well-being. Her work has been featured in leading national press titles, she has appeared on GMTV, CNN and more recently, SKY NEWS talking about technology addiction. Nerina recently appeared on ITV’s This Morning show teaching the nation how to sleep peacefully. www.drnerina.com
Alison Fuller (MARR, MAR, Dip.I.Pch, CHFP, CHBP, FBM, GHR Reg) specialises in treating hormonal issues in menopause. She feels passionate about Women’s Health and strongly believes that treatment encourages emotional release (tension), and physical and chemical (hormonal) balance. She is a qualified hypnotherapist and reflexologist and is based in Weybridge, Surrey. You can contact Alison via email at email@example.com or visit her website at thehormonaltherapist.co.uk
Helen Morton (DipION) is a qualified, registered Nutritional Therapist. She is a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and Complimentary and Natural Health Care Council (CNHC). Helen has a special interest in nutrition for mental health, stress management, overall women’s health including menopause, and sports and running performance.
If you would like to book a free 20-minute consultation with Helen to discuss your individual nutritional requirements, please visit her website at: helenmortonnutrition.com or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Jones is a Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner, specialising in women’s health issues and Hormone Replacement Therapy. She can provide practical, easy to understand information to help you decide if and how Hormone Replacement might be right for you. You can contact Chris via her website at:YourGynNP.com
Carolyne Anthony is the Founder/Director of the Center for Women’s Fitness. She has been teaching for over 40 years. The centre teaches from the female anatomy and physiology, the feminine psyche and includes all the subtle bodies – the emotional, mental and spiritual that have an impact on the physical. They focus on understanding the differing needs of women as thier bodies change over time and how those changes affect a women’s fitness needs and goals.
Carolyne is also an author, Birth Doula, Reiki practitioner, Myofascial release practitioner and an Esoteric Healer. The Center for Women’s Fitness, is a continuing education organization for women’s health courses, with more than 2000 certified teachers in 40 countries. You can contact Carolyne via email at email@example.com or visit her website at www.thecenterforwomensfitness.com
Jenny Tyler is our resident blogger. She has worked in advertising since the Stone Age and well before computers. She loves the insanity of our new, instant life and enjoys blogging for a range of subjects – though closest to her Night Sweats is Menopause and all of its chin hairs. She has produced a lot of things in her life including a children’s book and an awful lot of clarinet noise, but she is most proud of her 20-year-old son who is a Maths Geek and comedian.
Emily Gilliland is a qualified Personal Trainer specialising in adapting exercise for older women and people with medical referrals (including conditions related to menopause such as osteoporosis). She is based in Bookham, Surrey, UK and offers 1-2-1 and small group training throughout the mid-Surrey area. You can contact Emily at: firstname.lastname@example.org