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The ultimate self-care guide to help you through menopause

About the Author

Kate Codrington is a menstrual and menopause mentor and workshop facilitator and has been a therapist for more than 25 years. She has featured in Time Out, The Evening Standard, the London Metro and written for wellbeing publications including Well Doing, Juno Magazine, Counsellors Cafe, Mind Body Green Rebelle Society and Massage Magazine. Kate was the first person in the world to graduate as a Medicine Circle facilitator and is one of the most experienced practitioners of the method. Now, in partnership with Leora Leboff she runs Woman Kind retreats, facilitating virtual and real-life retreats for groups of menstruating and menopausal women and therapists to build more kindness into their lives.

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‘The best book on menopause out there’ Kimberly Ann Johnson ‘Frank, smart, friendly. As comprehensive as they come’ Independent ‘This is a wonderful book to accompany you through menopause’ Alexandra Pope, Red School ‘Thank you Kate for bringing this beauty to us all, as you know, we need it!’ Jane Hardwicke Collins, The School of Shamanic Womancraft ‘I finally have a book I can wholeheartedly recommend’ Jane Bennett, Chalice Foundation "I love this book, we NEED this book … Thank the goddess for Kate who has offered up a new vision, a more inspiring and positive approach, anchored firmly in self-care, self-kindness and most importantly, self-power." Lisa Lister, author of Code Red, Love Your Lady Landscape and Witch ‘A wealth of guidance to navigate and celebrate the mind body and spirit aspects of the menopausal journey.’ Tami Lynn Kent, author of Wild Feminine ‘I can think of dozens of women I want to send this book to!’ Karen Brody, author of Daring to Rest ‘Lives will be changed via the research, stories and clear pathways that this book provides. I consider it a 'map to menopause' and I’m so excited it exists.’ Claire Baker, author of 50 Things You Need to Know About Periods Kate's inside knowledge is a must-read Helen Rohlicek, School of Abdominal-Sacral Massage Thoughtful and reflective and yet at the same time celebratory and humorous Suzanne Yates, Well Mother ‘Kate Codrington’s guide knits individual experiences and sound advice into a rich patchwork telling of women’s varied transitions through menopause. It is hopeful, truthful and wise.’ Susie Orbach, psychotherapist and author of Fat Is A Feminist Issue

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