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UNC Menopause Research Clinic

‘Bring on the Heat: Charting a Course through Perimenopause Based on the Latest Science’ is a menopause talk series hosted by researchers and clinicians at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Iowa. The hosts of this seminar come from a variety of backgrounds including psychiatry, gynecology, exercise science, nutrition, and nursing.

This series will provide a space for the exchange of information and open communication among researchers, perimenopausal people, and the broader community.  The information shared will be relevant to perimenopausal people, including women, nonbinary folks, and trans-men with intact ovaries.

Mitigating Menopause


Chapel Hill Training is proud to be named one of the hosts of this series. As part of our participation, we are hosting a training session and launching a workout program specially curated for perimenopausal, menopausal, and post-menopausal women.


In collaboration with the UNC Center for Women's Mood Disorders, we've created a 4-week exercise program designed to improve mood, strength, and function for Perimenopausal, Menopausal, and Post-Menopausal women. This program focuses on foundational movements while utilizing a progressive protocol. You'll learn about Barbell Deadlifting, Pelvic Floor relaxation and strengthening, and improving joint mobility, all while having fun! This program includes video and written exercise descriptions of science-backed exercise protocols and will help you move and feel better!


Mitigating Menopause Training Session 

In collaboration with the UNC Menopause Research Clinic, part of the UNC Center of Women's Mood Disorders, CHT team hosted a private training session at our studio in April. Our talented trainer Catherine Powers provided a presentation on mitigating disease risks and exercise considerations during the menopausal transition, followed by an engaging workout session.

Special thanks to the UNC Center of Women's Mood Disorders for this meaningful collaboration, and thank you to all participants who attended the event.

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