A Night In with Maisie Hill
In conversation with Octavia Bright to mark the publication of Perimenopause Power
This event is now available to watch on demand until 26th April.
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Maisie Hill has over a decade of experience as a women’s health practitioner and birth doula. Feeling frustrated that so few of her clients had been taught much about their reproductive system, their hormones and their own bodies, and constantly hearing ‘why has nobody told me this before’, she decided to write the ultimate menstrual handbook (and bestseller), Period Power.
Now, she’s written Perimenopause Power – the hotly anticipated follow-up.
In conversation with writer Octavia Bright, Maisie will be offering up her expertise on the aspects of women’s health she is most frequently asked about, covering information from both of her books and providing invaluable advice and insights for women of all ages. Three quarters of women experience significant symptoms during the perimenopause, and yet there is so little in the way of evidence-based information available to us and Maisie wants to empower you with the knowledge that you need to improve your experience of this time. Covering all bases, Maisie will guide you through the physiological changes of perimenopause step by step, whilst offering information on how to remedy troublesome symptoms, understand the most effective treatments and more than that, gain invaluable insights into making it a positive and powerful experience to be embraced.
With Maisie’s trademark no-nonsense, empowering, and informative style, this promises to be a life-changing and enlightening evening, enabling us to understand what the hell we go through and to improve our experience of the ‘change’.
“Maisie’s knowledge of hormones changed my life. Thanks to this book, I will be moving into the next phase (when it comes) prepared. If you loved Period Power, you need this book.” Anna Jones
[Perimenopause Power] will make you gasp at how ill-informed you are about your own body” Sunday Telegraph, Stella