Julie Dennis partners with organisations across the UK to introduce menopause as an inclusive topic, educate leaders and improve the experience of people working through menopause.

Prior to entering the health and wellness field Julie was employed in a variety of corporate roles spanning executive search, management consultancy and the mining industry.

The powerful combination of her personal experience of menopause and business background means she is ideally placed to meet both the needs of  the individual and the demands of the business.

Julie regularly demonstrates her expertise as a speaker and commentator on menopause issues in the press, on panels and at live events.

When she’s not talking about menopause you can often find Julie at the piano or out running!

Emma Langton

Emma has been providing coaching, training and support in the workplace since 2011.  Prior to that she spent over 20 years with people at the top of national and multi-national training and communication businesses.

Emma’s style is engaging and thought provoking and she delivers practical advice to help improve resilience and reduce stress for people working through menopause.

When she’s not working Emma loves swimming, long walks with her dog Charlie and spending time with her two daughters.

Nicola Church

Nicola has been providing accessible, achievable targeted fitness training for nearly five years.  Fitter and stronger in her 40s than she was in her 20s she knows the secrets to midlife fitness and specialises in the right type of exercise for bone health, pelvic health and maintaining a healthy weight.

Nicola’s workouts are fun, equipment free and suitable for all fitness levels.

When she’s not getting other people into shape Nicola focuses on her own fitness, two daughters and two cats.  She also loves dance music!

CLICK HERE to contact us today with regards to launching a bespoke menopause initiative that will:

  • Introduce menopause as an inclusive topic.
  • Equip those working through menopause with a range of strategies for managing symptoms like hot flushes, poor sleep, brain fog, fatigue and anxiety both at work and at home.
  • Ensure all employees understand the potential impact of menopause in the workplace and how best to support colleagues.
  • Educate managers so they understand the issues in the context of work and how being open to talking about menopause can make a positive difference to the whole team.
  • Encourage those challenged by symptoms to become more confident in asking for support and reasonable adjustments so they can continue to be successful and productive in their roles.