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Knowledge about our bodies is no longer common knowledge, but it should be. 

Ever heard of the saying "knowledge is power?"  Well it becomes true when we take what we know and apply it consistently to our lives. 

Knowing how your body functions, how regular your cycle is, how to prepare for a baby and how to strengthen your bones as you get older, are some of the factors that we as women SHOULD know. 

This and so much more!

From live webinars, to coaching calls, this is your one stop shop to get the lowdown on hot topics and fully digest them (in layman's terms). 

My engaging sessions tend to revolve around one of three critical areas. 

 

I want you to know how to deal with each situation as it arises and there's no better way to prepare yourself than by learning. You might also be surprised by how many females experience exactly what you experience. We can learn a lot from each other, so how about we learn together? 

Womens Hygiene

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Womens Health 

Periods

Pregnancy 

Pre and post natal health

Post menopause

You've gotta nourish to flourish. 

Nutrition is the most talked about in the health and fitness industry and in an over digitised world it can be hard to know where to look and where to start.  It's overwhelming, I get it. 

Luckily, I'm skilled in taking overly complex notions and breaking them down into bite sized, digestible content.  I also have a nose for sniffing out information that's useful vs what's just another hyped media frenzy. 

When it comes to nutrition, it isn't a blanket approach. Our bodies are uniquely made remember?  

Therefore, it's important that you take the time to invest in learning about your body and allow patience as your body adapts to those changes in your routine. 

 

Learning about proteins, fats, carbs, micronutrients and quality of food is a game changer.  Knowing how to make those key decisions like grocery shopping, cooking at home, going out for a meal and going on a holiday takes the pressure off making poor choices due to lack of knowledge. 

It may seem like a lot, but once you a have a strong grasp on it all, it will run like clockwork.