Let’s Talk Menopause presented by The Community Hub & BCC **Video On Demand**



LET’S TALK MENOPAUSE was the first in a series of workshops offered by The Community Hub, in collaboration with the Byron Community Centre, to connect, inform and inspire women. The workshop took place at the Byron Theatre on 10th March, 2021, and the event was recorded live.

You can now enjoy the evening’s discussion from the comfort of home.
Rent the video for $5 (with a 72-hour viewing period), or buy for $10 and watch anytime.

The Community Hub is a new online platform to distribute knowledge, further education and promote local business to facilitate a more inclusive, resilient and connected Byron and beyond community.

Let's Talk Menopause presented by Byron Community Centre & The Community Hub at Byron Theatre


MC Mandy Nolan, comedian, speaker, author, journalist and committed feminist – just to name a few of the amazing capabilities of this true renaissance woman. Mandy is on her own Menopause Journey. With her ability to find humour in the obstacles and challenges that women face, Mandy brings the laughter so often missing in the menopause discussion.

Dr Jane Reffell has been a General Practitioner for 40 years (in Sydney, London and Byron Bay) with an emphasis on women’s health. She has a Family Planning Diploma and a Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling and Psychotherapy and is a member of the Australasian Menopause Society. Since 2002, she has a holistic medical practice in Bangalow dealing with all aspects of women’s health and wellbeing.

Michelle Loschiavo is a senior Compounding Pharmacist and the founder and owner of the award-winning business ‘Byron Compounding Chemist’. She has a special interest in women’s health and is committed to bringing better health and wellbeing outcomes to women. Michelle also created her own brand of super potent skincare ‘PLUMPED’.

Muriele Tesauri, founder of Moonstuff and Wholesome Lives, is passionate about women’s rites of passage and women’s circles. She has an Advanced Diploma in Health Science and brings her wisdom on herbal remedies and food to support healthy transitions. Muriele believes that women are nowadays medicalised instead of being honoured in their new phase of life. She will talk about how women can prepare themselves physically, emotionally and spiritually rather than just mentally for menopause, as this would really feel like a natural and important rite of passage.

Proceeds will go towards the Feel Good Fridays project – a weekly opportunity for disadvantaged women to access support and relax.