It’s so exciting to be able to offer this series! Womb Wellness 101 is a series built to educate and empower women. Together we cover topics that help us to heal, connect to our wombspace and our bodies.
From what foods promote womb wellness to how to decrease your PMS symptoms, Womb Wellness 101 will encourage you to take a proactive role in your health.
Womb wellness is something that we often think about only in regards to our fertility and babies. Womb wellness is so much more than that. The womb is the centre of our power, our creation, it’s the space that we create from. The womb is our feminine core.
Each Womb Wellness 101 workshop will focus on a theme and we’re starting off with PMS. We’ve all experienced some sort of premenstrual symptom at some time in our lives and the symptoms can be caused by many different things. This workshop will focus on easy ways that we can minimize and even eradicate PMS and bring balance into our womb spaces.
Together we will explore the different ways we can help our bodies to heal including, healing herbs, diet and movement.
This Womb Wellness 101 workshop is for you if:
– you are eager to learn new ways to manage your PMS
– you are curious about holistic healing
– you have never thought about womb wellness or womb healing
– you would like to connect with other women having similar situations
– you are intrigued about how diet can impact PMS
– you are seeking to connect to your body and/or your wombspace
Date: November 20th, 2016. We are using the energy of the fall and the waning moon to go within and connect to ourselves. Now is the time to go deep within ourselves and heal.
Time: 2.30-4.30pm. Please arrive 10 minutes early so we can begin promptly.
Investment: $25. To secure your spot, please send an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the password “goddess” (all lowercase).
Location: Spiritwind Centre, 64 Oxford St, Toronto.
The Spiritwind Centre is directly above the Urban Herbivore in Kensington Market. The entrance is on Augusta Avenue, on the north west side, just past the Urban Herbivore (if you’re walking north). Unfortunately, the building is not wheelchair accessible.
What to bring: Water, something to write with and something to write on. It’s a good idea to wear whatever you feel comfortable and beautiful in.
So excited to start this series with you! Here’s to healing, connecting and embodying the phenomenal goddesses we are!
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