Embodied Living Workshop With Stephanie Burg & Kit Maloney

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The Freyja Project says
Your body is your greatest ally in life. When you feel deeply connected and aware of her cycles and rhythms you can live and lead from a place of great empowerment. But too often we ignore or even discount one of our most powerful resources: our menstrual cycle.

Without a connected and informed relationship to your menstrual cycle, you are more likely to feel at odds with yourself and your body, riding a roller coaster of stress, emotions and food cravings throughout the month.

The truth is, you feel differently from one day to the next because you actually are different - your brain chemistry, your hormones, your nutritional needs and your energy levels all constantly change throughout each month in accordance with your cycle.

Understanding the changes taking place during each phase of your cycle is key to leveraging your full potential in all areas of your life - relationships, health, creativity, and sexuality.

In this game-changing workshop you’ll learn how to honor the four distinct phases of your cycle through supportive practices for nutrition, movement, lifestyle and sex.

The workshop will offer:

--A whole new level of insight into creating your greatest potential with your body as your guide
--The science behind the brain chemistry and hormonal changes happening during the four distinct phases of your cycle.
--How to navigate PMS with greater grace and ease
--Movement practices to reconnect and deepen your embodied experience of your cycle.
--Detailed map of your cycle, how to track it for maximum aliveness, and specific practices to embody greater confidence in all areas of your life

Investment: $55 in advanced, $60 at-the-door

About Stephanie: Stephanie Burg, CHHC, AADP, is a Board Certified Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach and former professional ballerina, is a fierce advocate for the human form. She teaches women how to return to the innate wisdom and brilliance of their female bodies.


About Kit: For the last two decades Kit Murray Maloney has been an activist, student, and entrepreneur committed to channeling her passion for gender equity into a celebration of women's sexual pleasure. She's earned a Master's degree in Gender and Social Policy from the London School of Economics.

For more info, check out her website: http://www.oactually.com/cycle-synching-nutrition-movement-sex/
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By: The Freyja Project

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