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Tracy Seider 

Movement Coach and Restore Your Core (RYC©) Pro Teacher

I’m a movement coach on a mission to help perimenopausal (and beyond) women lose the body aches (even sneeze pee!), feel strong again, and get back to the life they love, confidant that they are doing the best for their bodies as they age.

Based on my experience of finally resolving chronic back pain and bladder issues, I believe that women do not have to accept a ‘new normal’ as they age that is anything less than fabulous.

In fact, I’m stronger and healthier at almost-50 than I was 20 years ago, having embraced a whole-body, rather than spot treatment, approach to wellness, moving better, and moving WAY more.

My creds? I’m a Nutritious Movement® certified Restorative Exercise Specialist, a registered yoga teacher, and a certified Restore Your Core teacher, but my daughters think I’m just a movement nerd who embarrasses them when I swing from the monkey bars at the park! 

 

Website: www.tracyseidermovement.com

Restore Your Core: https://restoreyourcore.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tracyseidermovement/

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/moverightnowcommunity/

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/movewell.agewell.menopause.club/

Instagram: @tracyseidermovement

 

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I suffered with terrible hair loss and fatigue for YEARS. When my eyelashes started falling out, the doctor finally checked my ferritin level - it was 5! Optimal is 80 or so.

After some intensive treatment, I was literally a different person. I thought the brain fog and fatigue was 'just aging', 'must be perimenopause' but after the right diagnosis and intervention I was able to focus again, exercise and stop peeling myself off the floor.

I would never have been able to study again and change careers at 46 to become a movement coach if I had not kept questioning my doctor and not accepting a shrug for an answer.

Fixing my health gave me the courage and clarity to live my passion. I now jump out of bed excited every day to work with my phenomenal clients, helping them get the health and shape they love with The Reshape Method™ online program.

I also get to work with inspiring colleagues, like @menopausechicks - 
and am a proud Menopause Chicks Expert.

#Repost @menopausechicks
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I get asked a wide range of things. For example, does menopause case this. And does menopause cause that. Gum disease, sore ankles and hair loss to name a few. 

Lean in for this one: menopause is one day that marks the end of menstruation. It is not an ailment or a condition or a disease. 

If you are experiencing hair loss, please don’t assume “it must be aging” or “it must be menopause.” 

Get curious about what your body is trying to tell you and work with an experienced health professional who can help you determine and treat the root cause.
I suffered with terrible hair loss and fatigue for YEARS. When my eyelashes started falling out, the doctor finally checked my ferritin level - it was 5! Optimal is 80 or so. After some intensive treatment, I was literally a different person. I thought the brain fog and fatigue was 'just aging', 'must be perimenopause' but after the right diagnosis and intervention I was able to focus again, exercise and stop peeling myself off the floor. I would never have been able to study again and change careers at 46 to become a movement coach if I had not kept questioning my doctor and not accepting a shrug for an answer. Fixing my health gave me the courage and clarity to live my passion. I now jump out of bed excited every day to work with my phenomenal clients, helping them get the health and shape they love with The Reshape Method™ online program. I also get to work with inspiring colleagues, like @menopausechicks - and am a proud Menopause Chicks Expert. #Repost @menopausechicks • • • • • • I get asked a wide range of things. For example, does menopause case this. And does menopause cause that. Gum disease, sore ankles and hair loss to name a few. Lean in for this one: menopause is one day that marks the end of menstruation. It is not an ailment or a condition or a disease. If you are experiencing hair loss, please don’t assume “it must be aging” or “it must be menopause.” Get curious about what your body is trying to tell you and work with an experienced health professional who can help you determine and treat the root cause.