What is your tipping point? At what point do the challenges to your health become significant enough for you to decide to care for yourself, make a positive change for health, and prioritise yourself?
This weekend is a gift of spring, an opportunity to nourish ourselves and infuse joy into a moment in time. Gather with Women in a calm, joyous and peaceful place to share skills about being the best women we can be, and return home filled with support, and a personal plan to be well and stay well.
Myself and seven women who are both local and from all over Australia will be sharing our expertise in health in our specific fields. Our aim is to give you the motivation and tools to make positive change that is personalised and relevant for you right now. It will be informative, fun and relaxed in a place of rare natural beauty – the perfect weekend away with women.
I will discuss the evidence based therapies for stress management and optimising energy levels: this includes food, lifestyle and interventions such as natural therapies, followed by a workshop to create a personal, manageable plan that you can take home and implement.
Once vitality is improved, we will look at how this can improve fertility and reproductive health. Importantly covering specific techniques to improve symptoms of common reproductive problems. The focus is on potent and effective lifestyle interventions that are relevant to you.
I hope to see you there.
The detailed study of your iris can provide an insight into your individual constitutional tendencies towards health and disease.
The iris is seen as an image or mirror of the whole body. The colours, fibre texture and pattern and specific markings of the iris correspond to organs and structures of the body.
This study provides us with information that determines the persons inherited and acquired constitution, as well as the level of functioning of their tissues, cells, metabolic systems and organs.
Iridology does not diagnose specific illnesses, but rather gives us an understanding of the individual’s tendencies toward health and illness.