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Sarah Karnes

Sarah Karnes coaches midlife women to reclaim their ideals and mojo, despite the feeling that they have lost their sense of self in a sea of mood swings, brain fog and energy dips. She says, “Sixty percent of women report memory issues and brain fog as they go through menopause. It’s unsettling at best, and often deals a big blow to their self-esteem, confidence and self-acceptance.”

         In her forums on one Thursday and Sunday each month at Inner Balance, in Northbrook, she creates a safe space for women to uncover and live their unique life purpose in way that transforms their sense of well-being, their life, and also benefits their larger community. What if more women were to revel in who they are becoming through the transition?

For more information, call Karnes at 262-745-8362, email Sarah@TheWayOfTheHeart.com or visit SpiritualNourishment.org. See ad on page 23.

 

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