Image Credit @edvinaarts

Image Credit @edvinaarts


This is an eclectic collection of resources for you - Takeaways without all the calories!

Here you can find some amazing free resources I've put together, to support you on your feminine path.  This space will grow over time, so please keep checking back, if you want the latest and greatest!

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Chart the moon + your menstrual cycle

Oh my gosh, this is the most gorgeous chart! I've been dreaming of making something like this for a really long time and it's finally a reality!

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Charting is something that's a part of my everyday life - and I want to make it as easy, fun, and beautiful as I can for you to start charing too. 

Let's be clear - this isn't about taking your temperature or working out when your's about understanding yourself on a deeper level - and learning how to work with your cycle.

There are questions and prompts, that'll guide you through how to use the chart, and the energy of each inner season.

This is truly a daily practice that'll bring you home to yourself, show you where and how to let go of what's not working, support you in true self care, and remind you how to use the dynamic and powerful energy you have inside to create your dreams and reach your goals.

In this download you'll get a Free menstrual + moon tracking chart, a guide that describes how to use it, and you'll also get a few key tips on each phase of your cycle.

Simplified Cycle, an 11 page book that makes this stuff easy! 


Your menstrual cycle is influenced by so many different things......but sometimes it helps to have a good idea of what on earth is going on in your body, before you start to play with everything else. 

The simplified cycle is not like sitting in a science class!

This is the woman's cycle simplified - because lets face it, our bodies are going through these changes every day, every month - often without our awareness  and it can be life changing to understand your cycle! 

Literally your life will begin to change the more you start to pay attention to what's happening "down there"!

Roz + Kate discussing the simplified version of HOW coffee and alcohol are affecting your hormones - and when to avoid!

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Roz MacIntosh is a good friend of mine, she's also a Health Coach, and Registered Nurse - anyway about a year ago she casually dropped it into conversation that coffee and alcohol aren't always bad, but at different times of a woman's cycle they can be a bit problematic.....I was riveted - like WHEN? When should I avoid these things....and WHY?
This conversation was life changing for me - and I really wanted you guys to hear what Roz has to say too - so we talked again and recorded it, just for you!

Kate + Claire Baker discuss women's pelvic floor health......signs and symptoms of pelvic health dysfunction, and what you can do to make things better!

Claire Baker is a Pelvic Health Physio based in Tauranga New Zealand.
She's a wealth of knowledge, and so easy to talk with about anything related to your pelvic health....including poo's wee's and sex.

In fact she even as a TED talk about it.  In this interview we covered things like.....What is pelvic health dysfunction?  Who does it affect +  What are the causes? What exactly goes on in a consultation with Claire.....?  We also talked about how being too tight can actually be the cause of bladder and bowel incontinence - and what to do about it!  We talked about what a prolapse is, and what the signs and symptoms are - we talked about tools you can use to improve things before you consider surgery (which shockingly on has a 1 in 4 success rate). We talked about Lillipad's (you can get a foot stool - which allows you to remain seated on the toilet, but lifts your knees up higher than your hips - and they also sell squatting platforms- which allows you to squat over the toilet), how to poo and pee well (you won't want to miss these tips!!) vaginal wind  (you know - like what happens at yoga sometimes), and running - even with a prolapse!  We talked about pain during sex, scar tissue from vaginal births, vaginal massage, and how to avoid making things worse.  

Please remember that none of this should be taken as medical advice, it's just general information - and you should always seek the support of a medical professional.

Claire works from Bay Physiotherapy Clinic - you can make an appointment by phoning: 07 577 9798  8am-5pm Monday to Friday

Also in the interview Claire mentions another physio who you may like to check out - a physio helping women return to fitness after pelvic floor injury. You can find Julie Wiebe here