Listen to the latest episode of The Latte Lounge podcast as we explore menopause and midlife with expert guests.
Welcome to the first series of The Latte Lounge Podcast, hosted by our founder Katie Taylor.
This first series is all about going back to basics to help you feel empowered and supported during perimenopause, menopause and beyond.
My fantastic guests will help me, to help you, as we talk balancing hormones, busting myths, breaking taboos, boosting libidos and bolstering confidence!
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Not like the movies Kate Muir describes her own menopausal journey as a ‘full Thelma and Louise, off the cliff car crash’. With no knowledge at the time of perimenopause, she struggled to get the support and correct diagnosis that she needed and her symptoms impacted both her work and homelife. Thankfully, having now managed […]
Katie is the CEO and founder of The Latte Lounge which she created after suffering with undiagnosed perimenopausal symptoms for many years, which she struggled to find any relevant support for, both on and offline.
Every day Katie and the team hear from, and help, hundreds of women who come to The Latte Lounge for support, information and signposting for all their (and their families) health and wellbeing issues.
Her passion and commitment to supporting and challenging women's health inequalities stems from a desire to carry the baton of her fathers work in the field of breast cancer, and in memory of his mother (her grandmother) who tragically lost her life at a very young age to this cruel disease.
Previously Katie worked in PR, marketing, fundraising and event organising for a variety of charities, helping children and adults with learning disabilities, seriously ill children and teenagers in hospital, as well as supporting adults with mental health problems.