Hey there & welcome! We are so glad you are here!
You have joined the best place to help you remain healthy & happy during your menopausal midlife years. Thank you for becoming part of our community. We are both really excited to be working with you.
As a valued member, you will have access to the content as and when you want and you can revisit modules & lessons as many times are you need to.
Our Guest Speaker sessions, and any other live classes/sessions, will all be recorded so if you are unavailable at the time of the live, then you can always watch in your own time. All exercise videos are supported by a guide sheet so if you are a watcher or a reader, you have the best of both to help motivate!
Remember, we have to remain STRONGER THAN OUR EXCUSES!
We hope you enjoy being part of such a positive, motivational team and we are here to help you along with your journey.
If you have any specific questions, then don't hesitate to contact us:
Sue (for all things menopause) e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa (for health, fitness & exercise) e: email@example.com
or our admin email will get to us both e: firstname.lastname@example.org
And hey! Don't forget... "Midlife Women Rock!"
See you around, ooh how exciting!
Love Sue & Lisa x
DISCLAIMER (Please Read)
By subscribing to Meno & Midlife Solutions, you are agreeing to adhere to the following terms:
You should always seek the advice of your doctor or health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.
Sue Copeland & Lisa Chadwick do not accept any responsibility if you disregard the advice of your doctor or health professional, or delay seeking it because of something you have read or heard on this platform.
We cannot be held responsible for any injury sustained during our live or pre-recorded video sessions.
Anyone wishing to participate in the exercise sessions, fitness classes, home programmes or other physical activities provided by Meno & Midlife Solutions does so at their own risk.
To take part, you must be in good physical health and if you’ve been told on health or medical grounds by your GP/physiotherapist that you should not take part in physical activity, then you must follow that advice and not participate in our physical activities. Avoid any high-impact exercise, e.g. jumping, hopping, skipping (& flexion/rotation) if you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis or any other medical condition.
To exercise or perform any physical activity in a safe way, you must ensure that the area you use is spacious enough, a flat surface and clear of any obstacles at all times.