Female Centered Wellness & Living

What does it mean to live a Female Centered Life?

It is simplicity, clarity in all areas of your life.
Knowing your body and basing decisions on food, exercise, work, rest and play on where you are at in your own rhythm.
Working with yourself rather than against yourself. Understanding yourself and showing yourself some kindness and compassion.

“Living in alignment with our cycle is the next frontier  for women’s health.”  

– Aviva Romm. 

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Live In the Flow Workshop

Wednesday 18th August 7.00 – 9.00 pm

I have lurched from Burnout to Burnout during my adult life. Swinging from over giving, over working and over committing to hiding from the world and feeling shame and guilt for resting.

Female centered living changed all that for me. It is A GAME CHANGER.

I want every woman (and man eventually but let’s start with us ;-)) to know about this and every young woman too.

You have an untapped way to manage your energy. So many of us are still in the linear way of life, of managing time rather than energy. Being in constant commitment and production mode – being ON. If we continue with this when we are low on energy our energy reserves are quickly used up pushing us to rely on adrenaline to get us through the day, leading to Stress, Adrenal Fatigue and Burnout. You literally burn your body and mind out.

Sound Familiar?

Female Centred Living is a ‘Zoom Out’ way of living. So that rather than focusing on the 24 hours of each day you ‘zoom out’ to consider the whole month. I cannot tell you how this relieves pressure to achieve and also guilt around resting.

Imagine taking your to do list and scattering it across the month. So that rather than forcing yourself to do the same things day in day out or pushing yourself on days when you just haven’t got it in you will know when to max out on creation, on action on connection and communication and when to pull back, focus inward, recharge and tick off some quiet admin jobs.

Getting to know the whole of your 28 day cycle (not just the bit around your period)- is your secret weapon.

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If you have any element of control over your schedule there are simple practical hacks that will support your natural energy, productivity and rest. You will go from fighting yourself and wishing you had more time each day to relaxing into your own personal rhythms, trusting your capacity to do and to rest and feel more at ease knowing that there is a time for everything.

Learn to attune to your own Infradian Rhythm – your second Biological Clock as a way of managing your energy rather than your time.

Your 28 day cycle- is your secret weapon when it comes to boosting energy, creativity, productivity and overall wellbeing.  

Join me to explore how hormones, lifestyle, psychology and energy affect how easily we work with or fight against ourselves in all areas of our lives.  

In this workshop you will learn: 

  • How female hormones are our greatest untapped resource. 
  • What female centered living looks like in reality. 
  • How to transition through the phases of the month (and life!) with more ease. 
  • How to really nurture your unique needs at different times of life through bespoke Self Care and Lifestyle Medicine tips. 
  • How to incorporate your own ‘Infradian’ Rhythm to transform your work productivity patterns. 

“A simple act of revolution is to learn about your body, to get to know the terrain of your cycle, and to take charge of your own health.” 

Maisie Hill  

Book here:

Places are only confirmed once payment is received. The booking fee is nonrefundable but will include a recording of the session and a PDF pack of resources to support you beyond the webinar.  

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