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Date: 06/11/2019
Time: 18:00-20:00

Price per Person: Free

Qui Gong for the Menopause - The Energy Clinics

6th November 2019, Manchester

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Welcome to Restorative Yoga as part of the LGBT Foundation Women's Programme's Energy Clinics.

This session is an introduction to the Chinese concept of Second Spring (menopause) and we will learn about what is happening to our bodies during this transition time and how we can best support ourselves to restore balance and harmony through a set of gentle of movements and breathing based on a good foundation of health lifestyle (according to Traditional Chinese Medicine).

You will have your eyes opened to a new positive and uplifting view of menopause that puts you at the centre of your midlife renewal and empowers you through the teaching of Qigong Practices and simple lifestyle changes to bring about health and vitality at this critical time.

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This event is for self-identifying women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer or questioning, all or part of the time, including trans women, B.A.M.E women and women of colour, disabled/neurodivergent women, women who are seeking asylum or have no recourse to public funds, women of all faiths and backgrounds, and non-binary/gender fluid people and transfeminine people who want to access a women-centred space.


Cross Street runs from the bottom of Market Street (near Marks & Spencer) to Albert Square. We are about half way along, opposite St Ann’s Street.

The nearest Metrolink stop is either St Peter’s Square (walk through to Albert Square and along Cross Street) or Market Street (walk towards Marks & Spencer then left into Cross Street) but we are easily accessible on foot from anywhere in the centre, including the major railway stations, which are marked on the map below.

There are several car parks within half a mile from the chapel.

Due to construction work along Cross Street, it is recommended that you approach the chapel from Chapel Walks