Tame the Shame Campaign

Tame the Shame Campaign

Release the Shame of Infertility Fertility challenges and pregnancy loss/miscarriage are difficult roads to navigate and can bring about many uncomfortable emotions, including anger, grief, sadness and shame. How do we begin to release the shame of infertility? We are on a mission to normalize the conversation around these difficulties ..Continue Reading

Yoga for Painful Periods

Yoga for Painful Periods is in honor of Endometriosis Awareness Month (March), where we created 4 different video segments to address this common condition and the pain associated with it. These videos offer easy-to-integrate and powerful mind-body medicine tools in: • yoga & breath techniques • myofascial release • functional ..Continue Reading

Things you can Control during the Two Week Wait

The journey of fertility is often filled with ups and downs, and a sense of helplessness. Each cycle can feel like you’re on the worst rollercoaster of your life. The 2ww (two week wait) is particularly hard, where you often vacillate between hope and despair, as you hyper-focus on every ..Continue Reading

Navigating Hard Emotions when TTC

“You are the sky. Everything else is just the weather.” – Pema Chodron Particularly when navigating the journey of fertility, emotions can feel absolutely overwhelming, sometimes soul-crushing and even immobilizing. When it feels like the world, your body and everyone around is somehow failing you. I’ve been there. Have you heard ..Continue Reading

"Active" Cobbler's Pose variation

For the 2-Week Wait: Supta Baddha Konasana (“Active” Cobbler’s Pose) Variation

“Active” Cobbler’s Pose variation (Supta Baddha Konasana in Sanskrit) is an excellent pose to help stretch the psoas at the lowest attachment, open up the groins and soften the connective tissue in and around the pelvis (including the reproductive organs). It also helps to “neutralize” the lower back and hips ..Continue Reading

"Legs Us The Wall" Pose

Viparita Karani (“Legs Up the Wall” Pose)

“Legs Up the Wall” pose (Viparita Karani in Sanskrit) is considered a jewel for women as is allows the blood to slowly pool into the low belly, calms the nervous system and cools the body. It can be modified – as shown in this picture – to be performed in ..Continue Reading