Womb School Gathering

Prepare for conception and cradle your
maternal nature as you journey into healthy fertility.

 

 
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About the Womb School Gathering:

Womb School is a two hour gathering for women on the path to pregnancy who want to be proactive by exploring their preconception health.

Going from trying not to get pregnant to wrapping your head around trying to get pregnant is an important transition.

This is a unique opportunity to explore fertility, conception, and potential motherhood through the lens of psychology and holistic nutrition, and within a safe, supportive environment.

You don’t have to want to become pregnant to care for the health of your body. The overall goal of this gathering is to help you feel more alive mentally, emotionally, socially, creatively, sexually, energetically, and spiritually.

Why early intervention?

Preparing for pregnancy can begin as early as 1-2 years before conception, and preconception health is even beneficial for women who aren’t planning to conceive.

The proactive steps and rich exploration that can happen during the reproductive years enriches a woman’s emotional and physical health, and also helps to ensure her baby’s health if she chooses to become pregnant. Focusing on the health of your mind and body within this life context will improve your reproductive health, and lay a foundation of strong inner and outer fertility regardless of what seeds you decide to plant.

Womb school brings you closer to the mystery and miracles of womanhood while opening your mind and heart to something greater than yourself.

Maybe you are a woman who has experienced miscarriages, or perhaps you’re hearing the faint chime of your biological clock. Even if you’re a person who likes to feel informed and empowered around your life path, you’ll find this gathering to be a rich and rewarding experience of personal growth.

Wherever you are in your process of conception, you’ll learn how to have a deeply positive, proactive, and fun journey into fertility awareness using psychological theory, holistic nutrition and group support. You will be surrounded by other like-minded women also preparing for one of the most important transitions in a woman's life.

In this gathering you will learn about:

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Nourishing foods that support reproductive health and fertility.

Faulty cultural constructs that create anxiety around conception.

Cleansing inside and out as a path to pregnancy preparation.

Your body’s natural wisdom, healing power, internal systems and rhythms.

Emotions like guilt, shame and fear that can block and sabotage reproductive health.

What conception, pregnancy and motherhood mean to you.

You’ll also receive delicious snacks and recipes, resources and products that promote reproductive health, and a special gift filled with remedies to jumpstart your journey into pre-conception health.

Ready to experience profound transformation in the presence of amazing supportive women as you explore, reflect, and traverse the path to conception?

Join this intimate group of women proactively embracing their health as the most productive path to fertility and potential motherhood. 

 

Logistics

Limited to 8 women
Designed for women who are considering or actively trying to conceive naturally.

2019 Upcoming Dates:
Saturday January 19th
11am-1pm
OR
Thursday January 24th
7pm-9pm

Location: 
Psyche & Salt
1041 E. Green Street
Pasadena, CA

Insurance: 
Billable in accordance with your plan details


PRACTITIONER BIO: Dr. Andra Brosh, is a licensed clinical psychologist, a board certified holistic nutritionist, and she is certified through Postpartum Support International in postpartum depression. Dr. Brosh has extensive experience working with women from pre-conception through the postpartum transition, and she is passionate about the importance of the early mother-infant relationship and its role in the health of both mama and baby. 


“Sending gratitude for the incredible support you have provided to me this year. I know I have more work to do but I am feeling strong, and confident that all will be ok. A million times, thank you.” -Annette