Have you ever wondered if there was a natural alternative to hormonal birth control? Are you trying to become pregnant? Do you want to become more familiar with the intricacies of your cycle? This workshop will cover these topics and more. The goal of this workshop is to empower you to be your own reproductive health advocate and expert through cycle awareness and charting.
This 3-hour workshop will cover reproductive anatomy and physiology, observing, charting and interpreting fertility signs, and special conditions such as anovulatory cycles and charting during breastfeeding or after coming off hormonal birth control.
The follow-up workshop will provide a space for us to assist in analyzing your charts and review any areas that need clarification. Participants at the first workshop will decided on the follow-up date.
Registration is limited, to sign up contact Katherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
October 19, 2008
This workshop will be facilitated by Reproductive Health Educators:
Katherine Murphy and Christy Hall
Katherine has an extensive background in community education and women’s health issues. At The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA she organized a campus group on sexual and reproductive health, organizing over 40 workshops on related topics. She has been studying Fertility Awareness for three years.
Christy Hall, owner of Lily Toad children's store in St. Johns, is a seasoned community educator. She specializes in childbirth education, doula services, reproductive health counseling, and psycho-social health issues.