Yoga for Painful Periods

In honor of Endometriosis Awareness Month (March), we created 4 different video segments to address this common condition. These videos offer easy-to-integrate and powerful mind-body medicine tools in: • yoga & breath techniques • myofascial release • functional nutrition • lifestyle changes You can immediately incorporate these practices to improve ..Continue Reading

Decrease Endometriosis Pain with Yoga

March is Endometriosis Awareness month and to show our support we are here to share some principles, exercises and concepts to support your fertility journey AND improve the overall quality of your life. It is estimated that 176 million women (and young girls) worldwide are challenged by endometriosis regardless of ..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

Find The Flow

Find The Flow

Flow vs. resistance: If you’re trying to “make” something happen in your life right now and it feels like sooooo much effort, that nothing is going as hoped – this is the time to “find the flow” and move away from the resistance. My wisdom teacher taught me that our ..Continue Reading

Try Asking 'Why Not Me?' (Instead)

Try Asking ‘Why Not Me?’ (Instead)

It’s so easy to fall into that “Why Me?” place when life is not going as planned. But what if, instead, you started asking yourself, “Why Not Me?” It’s normal to feel sad and angry (and have a bit of a pity party) when you’re not getting what you want. ..Continue Reading