How to Improve Peri-menopause Symptoms with Self Care: Hello, Hot Flash Podcast

How to Improve Peri-menopause Symptoms with Self Care: Hello, Hot Flash Podcast

  • By Susannah Steers
  • March 26, 2024

Check it out folks! In honour of Women's History Month, Susannah was invited to join an incredible group of women on the Hello, Hot Flash Podcast, for an in-depth conversation about how self-care can improve symptoms of peri-menopause.⁠⁠

In her own peri and menopausal journey, Susannah found ways to let go of the "crush-it" culture, and her habit of getting it done at all costs - and learned embrace her own inner wisdom as she navigates the next steps in her path.

⁠⁠Listen to real perspectives from these amazing women who have found a way through by prioritizing self-care. There are some real truth bombs in here folks, you won't want to miss it!⁠⁠

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Welcome to another Women's History Month Special episode!

Get ready to be inspired and empowered as we dive into the topic of prioritizing your physical and emotional well-being during perimenopause. We understand that midlife and menopause can bring significant changes to a woman's life, and that's why I've invited four remarkable women - Amy, Ann, Benita, and Susannah - each with their own insights and experiences to share. 

They will give you the tools and tips to navigate this stage of life with ease and confidence. Our guests will discuss the importance of taking a holistic approach to health and self-care, focusing on healthy food choices, exercise, and self-care practices. They will highlight the benefits of these practices, such as better physical and mental health, and how they can support overall well-being.

So, get ready to learn how to take charge of your health and well-being through mindful choices and attentive body listening. This episode will be packed with valuable insights and actionable advice that you can implement in your life today!


(00:01:09) Transformative Coaching for Midlife and Menopause

(00:07:48) Creating Dreams at Any Age

(00:14:40) Listening to Our Body's Nutritional Needs

(00:20:02) The Importance of Prioritizing Self-Care for Mental and Emotional Well-being

(00:30:57) The Power of Women's Supportive Community

(00:35:56) Finding Hope and Resilience Through Adversity

(00:42:21) The Role of Movement in Menopause

“Your body is fearfully and wonderfully made. We’re created that way…But you’ve got to be a willing partner in that.”
— Benita Williams

About The Guests

Amy Thurman, co-author of The Global Resilience Project, Book 2, holds a Masters Degree in Educational and Community Renewal from the University of Oklahoma. She inspires as an Inspirational Speaker, Disabled Entrepreneur, and Emotional Empowerment Coach, showcasing unmatched resilience despite life with a broken neck.


Ann Wooten-Taylor is the founder and C.E.O. of Eating as an Act of Worship Ministries (hereinafter EAW Ministries), which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the biblical principles regarding the body, dieting, exercising, and maintaining a healthy body for the glory of God. 


Benita Williams, known as The Self-care Surgeon, is an International Bestselling Author, Speaker, and Performance Management Coach. She leads Benita Williams Enterprises LLC., a coaching and consulting company dedicated to helping women leaders revive and thrive in purpose. Benita emphasizes that self-care is essential to peak performance.


Susannah  Steers is a Pilates and Integrated Movement Specialist, and owner of Moving Spirit Pilates in North Vancouver, Canada. Through her movement work, she supports people in creating holistic health and wellness from the inside out.