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 OTBM MENOPAUSE MEDITATIONS

The menopause transition often occurs at a time of stress and life quakes. Looking after the mind is essential to our wellbeing and also helps reduce physical and cognitive symptoms.

 

Thanks to an amazing team of voice over artists, mindfulness teachers, and audio editors who created these meditations, specifically tailored for people feeling challenged by menopause.

 

Introduce them into your daily wellbeing routine. 
 

Negative thoughts are often repetitive and we may find ourselves being lost in rumination. Over time, this pattern can develop into self-loathing. This meditation will help you see thoughts as something temporary that you can acknowledge and learn to silence.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Michelle Wood and audio editor, David Darlington.

This 10-minute meditation is specifically created for people feeling out of control of their emotions and hormones, during menopause. You will quickly feel rooted and anchored.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Claire Duesbury and audio editor, David Darlington.

 

Harnessing the power of the breath anchors us in turbulent times. This meditation will quickly ground you and give resilience a gentle boost.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Michelle Wood and audio editor, David Darlington.

 

Walking mindfully engages all of our senses to help bring back awareness to the body and our surroundings. With each step, we feel stronger and more grounded.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Susie Taylor and audio editor, David Darlington.

 

This brief practice carves a pause into the day to help create a sense of calm and control. Follow three steps to tune into sensations of the body and evoke a mindset of curiosity that expands our awareness of what is happening to us right now.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Kerry Hutchinson and audio editor, David Darlington.

 

This brief practice carves a pause into the day to help create a sense of calm and control. Follow three steps to tune into sensations of the body and evoke a mindset of curiosity that expands our awareness of what is happening to us right now.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Michelle Wood and audio editor, David Darlington.

 

It is common to experience hot flushes or night sweats during perimenopause and sometimes beyond. The way we respond to them will differ person to person, but with this guided meditation you will learn how to control your body's temperature.

 

Thanks to voice over artist Susie Taylor and audio editor, David Darlington.

 

Tuning into sounds is a helpful way of connecting us with the present moment and environment.  This meditation will stop your mind wandering and reboot the brain to give you better focus and clarity.

Thanks to voice over artist, Kasper Michaels and audio editor David Darlington.

 

The body scan is a 30-minute meditation that creates a deep state of relaxation. It allows you to tune into areas of tension and use the breath to create a sense of calm and restore control. 

 

Thanks to voice over artist, David Holmes and audio editor Susannah Lawrence.

 

Sometimes anxiety and worry can prevent a good night's slumber. Finding a moment before bedtime to reflect on moments to be thankful for from the day puts us in a better frame of mind for sleep.

 

Thanks to voice over artist, Claire Duesbury and audio editor, David Darlington.

Loving kindness meditation is an effective self-care technique used to manage feelings of anger and isolation that may rise during the menopause transition. 

This specially adapted meditation will help increase people's capacity for forgiveness, connection to others, self-acceptance and more. 

 

Thanks to Mindfulness Teacher, Jo Kaye and audio editor, Susannah Lawrence.

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