The Menopause Change: What’s normal and what to expect

The Menopause Change: What’s normal and what to expect

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Learn from a board-certified Ob/Gyn about what's normal during menopause and what to expect in the future.

About this event

This class goes beyond the basics of menopause and takes a deep dive into the hormonal shifts of menopause and what happens as a result. These shifts affect mood, brain processing, skin, vaginal health, hair, heart health, sexual function, bone health, and quality of life.

Learn about evidenced-based approaches to managing your symptoms and feeling your best now and into post-menopause.

Most women have no idea the magnitude of changes their bodies experience in perimenopause. High school sex ed completely left this part out.

The good news is that you don’t need to be in the dark when it comes to understanding your body. Join Gennev’s menopause-trained Ob/Gyns to go beyond the basics of what is changing and why, and learn what to do for a seamless menopause transition

Who will benefit from taking this class?

For women starting to experience perimenopausal changes. This class explains what change is normal in menopause. The class also gives you a roadmap of what symptoms to expect in the future, and how to identify and seek treatment so that you feel your best.

Have questions about the course?

We're happy to help! Email us at or call/text us at +1(206) 895-4292

Meet Your Host:

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Dr. Leasa Lowy

As a board-certified OB/GYN and FACOG fellow, Dr. Leasa Lowy spends most of her time working with women in menopause and midlife. Dr. Lowy is trained in the specialty of caring for women, focusing on menopausal care, weight management, and empowering women to find their best health. In addition, she is a registered yoga teacher (RYT-500) and is happy to incorporate yoga and meditation into the overall wellness plan of her patients. She feels that perimenopause and menopause is not a state of illness, but rather a period of life that is better with support and knowledge and when appropriate, medication. In addition to this experience, she has served as a senior medical direct for major medical centers plus spent time teaching residents and students.

She realized that her patients spend a lot of time searching the internet for answers before meeting with a menopause specialist. Dr. Lowy started the teaching courses at her clinic to become the consolidated source of menopause education for her patients and a safe space for them to meet and learn alongside other women going through the same challenges.

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