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 page. We also have lots of ideas about how you can create more self-care and kindness in your life.
How to become a rooting-tooting, bad-ass, mighty powerful wise woman The question that I’m most often asked about menopause is “How long?” “How long will these symptoms last? When will I reach ‘the other side?” How long is a piece of menopausal string?! The … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
When we tell people about the Love Your Belly workshops, the question everyone asks is
What is womb yoga?
It’s a practice that nourishes women at all stages of our lives, it’s juicy and delicious, and gives us energy for a sustainable life. But don’t take our word for it, have a look at this video made by our teacher Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and you can see women of all ages enjoying delicious movement.
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 … Continue reading →
This week we welcome Claire Murphy to our guest spot. Claire is a yoga and meditation teacher with over 25 years teaching experience. She brings a wealth of knowledge from the wide variety of training and study that she has continually … Continue reading →
Have you ever noticed yourself touching your belly in public? I did the other day, I was running late on the school run and once we’d dashed through the door, I was questioned by the school secretary. “Reason for lateness?” … Continue reading →