Monika | 47 | Poland | Perimenopause
“This method is extremely easy to implement and surprisingly effective. I have used the 6:6 breathing with metronome and the sleep tape and found that was most beneficial. I have gained more energy reducing the sugar cravings and had fewer instances of hot flushes. I think a lot of women will be skeptics as it is a very cheap and easy practice."
What a revelation!
Lindsay | England
“The ‘Round-the-clock’ takes away the headaches and ‘half asleep’ is a powerful practice which helps me identify symptoms and emotions and then work out which I need to address, which I can let go of. A form of meditation to help settle the nervous system.. to help identify and address symptoms....enables us to make better choices."
The sleep tape was a revelation. I had mine and my partner's first full sleep in about 10 years as the tape stopped me from snoring. I have recommended this to everyone I’ve spoken to including my 78-year-old mother who uses a machine for sleep apnea. “
Monika | 45 | Slovakia | Perimenopause
“The Fog in my mind led me to not trust my way of thinking. I am very clear now as I had to give a talk, I was very pleased how it went and five participants praised me for being inspirational and clear and that’s so good.
My Energy level felt as high as I can remember for the past five years. I just love how I feel afterwards, I sleep well and I wake up with my little one with a much more happy body even with an early start of the day. ”
Time for Self Care and Wellness
Sheena L | UK | Perimenopause
“This practice has helped me to make time to concentrate on my own health and wellness at a time when I’m so consumed by the needs of others. It has given me time out to rest, regroup and nourish myself each day, and to take time to really notice what is present for me. I felt an improvement in the symptoms I was experiencing after just one week and will be sure to carry on practising regularly to feel further benefits. I truly recommend this practise to all women.
One of my symptoms was pain during the bleeding phase of my cycle, I did experience relief from this - there is still some but is much improved and I hope that as I continue to practice improve further still.”
No to Menopausal Journey’s Unpleasant Symptoms
Helen C | 51 | Wales
“I would say my symptoms were at a 7 out of 10 in terms of unpleasantness particularly the night sweats and hot flushes – I felt I had no control over them at all. They just happened and I have no choice but to go with the flow.
I have not had any night sweats since I started the trial and if I have had hot flashes during the day, I have found out they only last for one minute or two. I have tried to be consciously aware of the heat coming over me and extending my breath to match the 6:6 count we have been practising.
Once I got used to it, I found the 6:6 to be the most beneficial. After the first few days it felt very natural and immediately calming and focusing. I practised at night and I found I was able to fall asleep quite soon afterwards.
I would recommend this practice to friends who are experiencing negative menopausal symptoms. I would explain that it was a program based on scientific evidence whereby you help yourself using breath work, neurological techniques and visualisations to lessen any unpleasant symptoms of the different stages of menopause.
Having undertaken a week's trial I can honestly say that I have seen a reduction in the most unpleasant symptoms of my own Menopause journey. I feel like I have more control of my physical symptoms and have a new easy-to-use tool kit to be able to deal with the daily mental struggles too. Thank you!
I feel like I have only scratched the surface of the potential of this practice and yes I would definitely like to learn more about it and why and how it works. ”
Fed up with other so-called ‘cures’
“Before I signed up to Ligia’s Help for Menopause Workshop and subsequent one week trial, there had not been much (if anything) available out there that worked. I was truly fed up with the bombardment of so-called menopause ‘cures’ everywhere.
I cannot tell you exactly why but something made me read this course description. The Breath? Here was something within me, I was using all day, every day anyway and it could help? I had tried supplements, diet changes, different movement practises and meditation. I had invested far more money and time than this workshop required. Taking HRT had provided some improvement, however the constant waking, due to being either too hot or too cold, with the addition of lying awake, still affected my day to day living.
I don’t do cheesy but there is no other way of putting it: By using the breath techniques and sleep tape my life has completely changed. This is due to much improved sleep, less brain fog and being more focused.”
Breezier than before
Gabriela experienced a 75% improvement across all her symptoms especially with her brain fog and energy. She finds it easier to make decisions at work and sleeps a lot better.
“My brain fog cleared… gave me more energy, reduced hot flashes, sleeping better.“ I felt great afterwards (after day 1), mental alertness was there, work was a breeze for the rest of the day, I had new ideas and snap decisions were back.”
Ignition switch experience
“This workshop was an ignition switch experience for me. I found it fascinating and the overview that Ben and Ligia shared has sparked further curiosity and intrigue. I am aware of the tremendous depth, science and research behind the practices they are sharing that are tailored towards menopause.”
Personal Journey of Self-care
I felt helpless. No control at all prior to this practice.
The 6 6 breath with a metronome helps me to connect with myself.
The moon and the lamp help me to feel less helpless and more in control.
The round-the-clock eye-movement help me to relax and fall asleep. It gives you time to understand yourself and to improve the quality of your life with a level of effort that is up to you. It’s a journey of self-care.
I think this is a personal journey for you to discover something. When I was told what to expect, I thought I probably would not find anything new. I’m really happy with the level of information I was given. I can see the potential of this practice. I would like to know more.