About the Workshop

Reframing the Menopause Conversation: Self-Care during Perimenopause & Beyond - What You Can Do NowThis workshop is taught by Dr. Ginger Garner PT, DPT, ATC/L and Lisa Johnson, RD. 

Note: The replay of this workshop course will be available to you for 3 months after purchase.

Says former TV personality, Stacy London on a recent Oprah interview, "Nothing and no one had prepared me for the physical and emotional changes I was experiencing (in menopause)."

She goes on to say, "I believe menopause is stigmatized because it’s associated with being the gateway to aging. And our culture continues to allow women to believe that age comes with a value judgment: young = good; old = bad." 

This workshop is here to bust myths and shake down the stigma surrounding menopause, so you can live your BEST life. 

Women experience major transitions during midlife. It begins with the physical changes of perimenopause, but it doesn't stop there. A cascade of changes take place as a result of menopause, which can include mental and emotional changes. The good news is you don't have to be a victim of midlife changes! There are things you can do right now to avoid and prevent the unwanted changes that many women experience, including weight gain (menopause belly), interuppted sleep, low energy, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and more. In this webinar we will explore pillars in Functional, Integrative, & Lifestyle Medicine that will help you maintain and/or improve your health and wellbeing in order to live life to fullest - at any age.

"Menopause is an ending, yes, but not the end. It’s a transition. It is Mother Nature’s biological fail-safe for you to stop, pause, and recenter your focus to take care of yourself. It is the opportunity to safeguard the long life in front of you. It is the opportunity to listen to your body and honor the changes taking place. But more than that, I believe it can and should be a time for reclamation of ourselves on our own terms, outside of cultural expectation, outside of the notion that our value is derived solely from fertility, or youth, or “beauty” as it is defined through the patriarchy. Perhaps puberty is the gateway to socialization and sexualization, even objectification. But what if menopause is the gateway to self-actualization? For me, it has been—and it was hard-won. Reveling in who I am and who I’m becoming isn’t selfishness. Age has taught me who I am." ~ Stacy London, former TV personality turned founder and CEO 

You Will Learn: 

  • Weight Management - Breaking the Diet Cycle for Good
  • Inflammation - What's the Big Deal? 
  • Maintaining Bone Health & Muscle Mass
  • Sexual Heath - Keep the Good Times Rolling 
  • Natural Ways to Manage Menopausal Symptoms


Bonus!

Those who purchase the replay of this workshop get a Bonus Handout of vetted resources from Dr. Garner and Ms. Johnson after the workshop. 

When

On demand - available as soon as you purchase!

What You Need to Participate

  • Computer or smartphone and internet connection
  • Comfortable spot that's quiet to listen and learn
  • Pen and paper for note-taking

Need some help? Get in touch with us!

Course curriculum

    1. Workshop Overview

      FREE PREVIEW
    2. COMPLETE ME FIRST! RELEASE FORM - REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE

    1. How to use this course

    2. Before we begin...I'd love to get to know you!

    1. Replay Video is HERE

    1. Before you go...

    2. Your Bonus Handout is below!

    3. Your Bonus Handout!

About this course

  • $39.00
  • 8 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content

What People Are Saying

Everyone should work with Dr. Garner

Katie Estridge, PT, MPT

I would recommend that everyone work with Ginger Garner. She is without a doubt the best physical therapist I have ever worked with. She understands the human body like no one I have ever met.

Feel better than I've felt in years, AND that's during the pandemic!

Dr. Michelle Walendowski PT, DPT

I’ve been practicing everything I learned from Dr. Garner on an (almost) daily basis, and I have to say I feel healthier and just generally better than I have in years. And that’s during a pandemic!

Grounded, hopeful, pain free, rested, & resilient after Dr. Garner's classes

Dr. Dina Macs, PT, DPT

You are a trusted gem in a sea of on-line unknowns, Dr. Garner, and a gift to us all. Thank you for keeping us safe, evidence-grounded, & soulfully uplifted.

Bonus material

  • Bonus Content

    Those who purchase get a curated handout of resources on managing Perimenopause & Menopausal symptoms.

Meet Your Instructors

Executive Director, Living Well Institute Dr. Ginger Garner

Ginger is the CEO & founder of Living Well Institute, an interdisciplinary educational organization dedicated to teaching trauma-informed Integrative & Lifestyle Medicine. She has spent 25 years using yoga-based physical therapy to tackle chronic pain and orthopedic conditions in practice. Her private practice, EudeMOMia® Integrative PT & Lifestyle Medicine in Greensboro, NC, offers in-person and telehealth women's health services. Ginger is a doctor of PT (MPT, DPT), athletic trainer (ATC/L), board certified in Lifestyle Medicine (DipACLM), and creator of the Professional Yoga Therapist and Integrative Lifestyle Medicine certifications. Dr. Garner is the author of Medical Therapeutic Yoga, slated for translation in 4 foreign languages and currently published in Italian and English. Ginger is committed to making healthcare accessible, affordable, and equitable through teaching safe yoga & lifestyle medicine practices, especially for women's health. She is an international speaker and educator, having presented at more than 20 conferences worldwide. Ginger spends her spare time performing around the world (well, pre-COVID anyhow) as a vocalist, reading, and being an avid beginner violinist. She lives with her husband, 3 sons, and their rescue Lab, Scout, in Greensboro, NC, USA.

RD Lisa Johnson

Lisa’s specialized training in the LEAP (Lifestyle, Eating, And Performance) protocol and MRT food sensitivity testing allows her to help those whose previously undiagnosed food sensitivities cause a variety of health problems. These health issues may include chronic migraines, irritable bowels, skin issues, anxiety, and muscle and joint pain. Health conditions caused by food sensitivities can often be cleared up within a matter of weeks after avoiding problematic foods. Lisa's services are fully covered by BCBS and Cigna. Visit Lisa at www.christieRD.com.