Movement and your menstrual cycle

Movement (we’re so ditching the word exercise!) and your menstrual cycle

  Do you feel pushed to stick to the same exercise regime over the course of your cycle? Leora chats with Yoga Teacher and fellow menstrualista Tessa Sanderson, discovering how she brings together yoga and menstruality, and how this has deeply changed her work and her own practice. Plus a whole host of wisdom guiding Read More…

Introvert's guide to kindness

An introverts guide to mentstual cycle awareness

    Dearest introverts! Ever reached the end of a conversation and been hit by the feeling that nothing you’ve said has been heard? As a natural listener, with a leaning towards introversion, there’s only a handful of people with whom I feel comfortable expressing my deepest thoughts and feelings. When the feeling of not Read More…

What is self care?

What is self-care?

Kate and Leora discuss ‘What is self-care?’ and why it matters so much for fertility, menstrual and menopause health.   If this has got you interested in charting your cycle, check out our next Love your Belly workshop or you can download a chart by filling in the form on the right-hand side of the Read More…

Kindness for Therapists

Heal Your Womb

One of the highlights of our workshops is the self-care massage (before lunch obviously). As a special treat for you, we have recorded a unique ‘Winter Into Spring’  guided massage and visualisation that will help you to nourish and heal your womb as you massage away any tension from your belly. As far as we know, no Read More…

Tamara quote

In an emergency, put on your own mask first

We are very lucky to have Tamara Donn guest blogging this week. Tamara is an expert facilitator and workshop leader who uses EFT and family constellations to provide retreats for busy women. Can you relate? You overslept because you only dropped off in the early hours having spent the rest of the night worrying about how you were Read More…

Kindness are you worth it?

Kindness – are you worth it?

We are delighted to welcome women’s health expert Rachel Eyre who is sharing her take on why we find it hard to be kind to ourselves and what we can do to change that. Rachel has a wealth of experience helping women with all sorts of hormonal issues using physical therapies, natural family planning,  fertility awareness, Read More…

Sophia England

Kindness on Twitter

We have also been talking about kindness on Twitter, here’s what spiritual midwife Sophia England had to say on the subject. @Leoraleboff@Kate_Codrington Compassion for self, daily. Being hot on spotting suffering. #kindness#womenshealth — Sophia England (@Sophia__England) July 11, 2015 @Kate_Codrington @Leoraleboff and that is the work huh. Kindness takes consciousness,.. and simplicity helps. — Sophia Read More…