Women's Wellness

What does it mean to be well?

​For some women, it may mean being able to take a walk with our partner or grandchild on the beach. Wellness may mean being cancer-free. Others may view wellness as meeting the expectations of work, family, and the demands we put on ourselves every day. Whatever your definition, we all need a Wellness Plan that reminds us of our inner purpose and the importance of self-care.

Listed below are important health topics that will get you started on your Wellness Plan:


Where are you on the wellness spectrum?

Lowering Stress

Why is managing stress so important?

Stress is an initiator of illness. 

Warning signs of stress:

  • Loss of focus & mental clarity

  • Lack of ability to relax or sleep

  • Loss of self-esteem

  • Feeling tired, on edge or irritable

Breast & Bone Health

Being proactive in prevention is crucial. You will learn how to lower your risk of breast cancer and osteoporosis.

Bioidentical Hormones

Perimenopause or early menopause may be a time of joy or suffering. Many women unfortunately have to deal with endless symptoms and may benefit from BHRT.   

Mental Health

There are many hidden causes that often explain changes in mood, depression and anxiety. Multiple research studies suggest that diet, exercise and our microbiome influence our mental health.