Dr. Lia Andrews uses her knowledge of the classics, wisdom from her mentors, and clinical experience to present a practical system of healthy living for women. The fourth class in this six-part series concentrates upon the transition into Second Spring as a process of rejuvenation. Menopausal care begins at age 35 and continues until menses has ceased for a full year. Traditional and modern self-care practices during this time can mean the difference between a beautiful emergence and absolute misery. This is an opportunity to delve deeply into an often-ignored topic—one that only becomes more relevant as our population ages.
- Understand how Jing is lost during the menopausal transition.
- Grasp the theory behind menopausal care practices.
- Empower patients to rejoice in their Second Spring.
- Be able to cater a perimenopausal care program for patients.
If you purchase courses individually before signing up for the whole series, you will be given credit toward the purchase of the series. You can sign up for the complete series here.