1. S2E45. How Culture Shapes How We View Women Clarissa Kristjansson 39:54

Welcome 1.32

How thyroid cancer made her realize how important your voice is 6.48

Why it is to so important to make every step of our life an opportunity to grow 13.58

We talk about her book ‘Fade to Green’ about cultures and generation coming together 19.22

Why people sharing time on authentic connections, takes this time pressure away and allows people to focus on themselves 25.43

The importance of being connected to the season and your local environment without rejecting globalisation 29.46

Why asking for help isn’t weakness and why it can be so transformative for women 32.00

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Clarissa Kristjansson Independant Podcaster

At 62 Clarissa Kristjansson knows that menopause can be positive, transformational and an upgrade in our creativity. Clarissa is an internationally recognized menopause educator, third-age women's health coach, and certified mindfulness and medical qi gong practitioner.

A neuroscientist and former corporate high-flyer it was her own perimenopause experience that set her on a different path to empower women. And by cracking open the conversation about our beliefs and behaviour we can shift the collective mindset to seeing menopause not as the end but as an opportunity for reinvention and revitalization.

She is the host of the popular Thriving Thru Menopause podcast.