The way we use our bodies day-to-day has an influence on how our inner organs sit in our pelvic bowl throughout our cycles.
This virtual workshop is an invitation to re-evaluate how you use your body throughout the month; and to realize how your ways of moving might influence your period experience.
Do you experience a lot of physical pain / discomfort during your period?
Do you have a job where you have to sit most of the time?
Do you experience your periods as unpleasant due to your physical discomfort?
Do you want to learn more about how knowing your anatomy x physiology can ease your period pain?
Do you want to learn how you can ease your own period discomfort without pain killers?
“Posture and the way we use our bodies are often completely left out when we talk about period pain. It is time we take our bodies and how we use them seriously. Especially when it comes to the quality of our experience of them.”
- Iris Josephina, founder of Cycle Seeds
You'll leave this masterclass feeling:
▽ more restful & at ease in your body
▽ filled with wonderment about your anatomy
▽ inspired to be in and present with your own body
▽ aware about & more connected with your menstrual cycle
▽ grateful to be in your body
Content of the Masterclass
▽ an introduction to pelvic anatomy
▽ an introduction to the menstrual cycle
▽ discussing most common physical pelvic discomfort during periods
▽ how to support pelvis x posture throughout the whole menstrual cycle
▽ easy exercises to prevent x ease menstrual pain
▽ live Q & A w/ Iris
▽ you'll receive a PDF booklet & the workshop recording afterwards
Who is this Masterclass for?
anyone who wants to learn about PERIODS x POSTURE (:
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This masterclass is self-paced.
After purchase you will be sent the materials -- video recording and sheets.
(this workshop will be available for purchase from October 7th on)
Iris (BSc, MA) is a cycle + sexual well-being consultant, doula (full spectrum -- pregnancy, birth & postpartum) and holistic midwife in training. Her work evolves around our menstrual and life cycles from periods to postpartum. In all her work, the main focus lays on getting to know our bodies (gaining body literacy), sharing tools to make informed body choices and cultivating a sense of body belonging throughout all changes and cycles our bodies move through. With a background in dancing, she is passionate about the well-being of the moving body and its place in the world, and how to facilitate this through experiential anatomy, conscious movement, breath, and body awareness.