Cycle Track: Tune in to Your Menstrual Cycle
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Do you feel like you missed something in highschool health class? You feel like your moods and energy levels change each week and you think there’s a pattern every month, but you are wondering if you are just imagining it?
It’s not “all in your head.”
There are four phases to your menstrual cycle. It’s not as simple as “ you have your period or you don’t.” Your mood, energy levels and other physiological symptoms change throughout the month. If you could only tune into these changes you could learn to work with them and not be surprised when they happen each month. The more you understand your own body, the better able you are to take control of your own health and happiness.
And tuning into your body will only take you 5 minutes per day.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Welcome to Cycle TrackingPreview
Agreement of UnderstandingPreview
Setting Your IntentionsPreview
|Section 2: Welcome Back to Health Class... with a Twist|
Your Four Phases: It's not all about That-time-of-the-monthPreview
Your Four Phases Quiz
Your Girl Parts (Down There) or Own Your Vagina (and Uterus and Ovaries)Preview
Girl Parts Quiz
Hormonal Flux: the ‘Players’Preview
|Section 3: Cycle Tracking How-to: I Saw the Sign(s) and It Opened up My Eyes|
Getting Set Up to Cycle Track
How to Record Your Signs and Symptoms
Cervical Fluid Tracking
Fertility Awareness Method
|Section 4: Your Life|
Interpreting Your Charts: What Does it All Mean?
Embrace Your Cycle
I am a graduate of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. I have a BSc in Biology from the University of Western Ontario (and am obsessed with life-long learning).
My passion for women’s wellness came out of necessity, as I battled with my own hormone balance. Overwhelmed by information and misinformation, I felt there had to be practical ways for women to tune into their own bodies and bring health and happiness back into their daily life. In my nutrition practice, I believe in keeping things simple and practical, and that is the way my courses are designed. My philosophy for personal health is “Education. Empowerment. Ease.” I believe that if you learn about your own body and how it works, you will have more control of your health. This power gives you the ability to live your best life.
When I am not researching and teaching practical holistic nutrition information, I am leading cyclists and hikers on amazing vacations, coaching children in the fine art of alpine ski racing, or running up a mountain-side in my beautiful home, the Canadian Rockies.