I search out spaces that allow women to contemplate who we are and start again if need be.
I like people who, not only inspire but are changing the culture and helping us remake ourselves in these trying times.
I look for movements, in which women are transforming themselves while staying in a positive flow.
And I’m excited to share that I’ve found all three in the WisePause Tour and in its founder, Denise Pines. The tour is happening at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, on Saturday, September 21, 2019, from 8:00 to 4:00 pm.
A longtime community health advocate and media pioneer, Denise Pines is a trusted resource for women as they pursue midlife wellness. She is dedicated to exploring and promoting fresh concepts for combatting weight gain, wrinkles, and confused libido, and she demonstrates that menopause can be the best time of a woman’s life. Pines believes women are poised for breakthroughs during their WisePause life cycles when they are armed with the right information and make wiser, healthier, and more self- affirming choices.
She’s the founder of WisePause Lifestyle Summit, a tour launching this Fall for premenopausal women and the FemAge Tech Index, a report that combines key trends and survey data focusing on diverse women’s preferences for products and services in the tech sector. Pines is also the president of the Medical Board of California and serves on the Martin Luther King Community Hospital Foundation board.
WisePause’s website states “The tour will bring together professional experts to share solutions to the symptoms that we women experience such as hot flashes, mood swings, foggy brains, belly fat, night sweats, insomnia, fatigue, low libido, weight gain, and bone loss. These are symptoms that we’re told are “normal” and to be “expected” with “getting older”.
But THEY’RE NOT, and we’re here. At the Tour, women will be able to talk to professionals, ask questions, and get answers. With the information provided, we’ll be able to Be Our Best Self!
Denise Pines says that she wants women to walk away from Wisepause with three things:
She wants us to know that we’re not alone.
For us to have clarity about what’s happening to our bodies and the language: Perimenopause vs. menopause, etc.
And, finally, she wants us to meet and know about all the experts that are ready to help us live our best lives.”
Tickets are still available. Go to www.wisepausetour.com to learn more about this exciting, new movement.