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Women's Health - Natalie McGrorty Thu 03 Aug

  • Well-being

Cycles of Women - Uncovering your body’s inherent wisdom

This will be a day of feminine nourishment and exploration, to deepen understanding and appreciation of our cyclical natures and to learn simple ways to support greater vitality and wellbeing. 

Women’s bodies are exquisitely complex and yet the ways in which we can support them are surprisingly simple. In this workshop, I will share with you how you can partner with and support your body’s internal rhythms, to enhance all areas of your life.

This workshop promises to be engaging, nourishing and insightful with a balanced mix of activities to nourish mind, body and spirit.

N.B. The day will be valuable for women who are menstruating, including those in the peri-menopausal years and whilst there will be some focus on the menstrual cycle, many of the recommendations and practices shared will also support post-menopausal health and wellbeing. There will be something for everyone. 

£70 including a delicious lunch and refreshments

Natalie McGrorty is a Women’s Health Coach, Abdominal-Sacral Massage and Fertility Massage Therapist and a Doula, with particular expertise in pelvic pain conditions, menstrual health and fertility. She supports women through all stages of life, from menarche to menopause and beyond. Natalie teaches workshops on menstrual health, hormonal physiology, fertility and birth preparation. These workshops aim to reconnect women to the inherent wisdom of their bodies, empowering them to create lasting change and transformation and to realise vibrant health, life-long. To learn more about what Natalie offers, please see her website: www.lunarhealingarts.com

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