Podclass 5: Rise Phase Basics

Podclass 5: Rise Phase Basics

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 5 gets specific on the second phase of the cycle, the Rise Phase. This is one of our favorite phases! This phase happens from days 8-14 (for a 28 day cycle) and is characterized by a powerful surge in hormone creation....
Podclass 4: Release Phase Basics

Podclass 4: Release Phase Basics

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 4 gets started on the details of the first phase, the Release Phase. This phase happens from days 1-7 (for a 28 day cycle) and is focused on releasing what no longer serves you, physically or mentally. With how the brain...
Podclass 3: Overview Of The Cycle

Podclass 3: Overview Of The Cycle

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Overview of the 4 Phases Why the first and second phase go together Why the third and fourth phase go together Phase 1 is the Release Phase.  This starts day 1 of your cycle until day 7 Phase 2 is the rise phase.  When everything...
Podclass 2: Why Sync With Your Cycle?

Podclass 2: Why Sync With Your Cycle?

Podclass Show Notes and Links Summary: Episode 2 delves into why we believe it’s so important for women to live in sync with our cycles. We explain why this cuts down on the “work” needed to overcome uncomfortable and stressful hormonal imbalances such as...
My IVF Story

My IVF Story

Finding out that I (Alex) was unable to have children due to severe undiagnosed endometriosis was a huge catalyst of change for me. It rocked my entire viewpoint of myself, my health, and how much life would go. I’ll be honest, I spent the better part of a year...
Eating Mindfully

Eating Mindfully

Eating mindfully is something I’ve heard about repeatedly throughout my life.   Even before I learned much about the integrative medicine and whole food scene, it’s often discussed as the answer for a whole host of problems, from weight loss resistance to stress...
Nutrient Spotlight: Zinc

Nutrient Spotlight: Zinc

Zinc isn’t a super glamorous mineral in the online world.  This is too bad, considering its role as a cofactor (that means it helps facilitate chemical reactions in the body) in over 300 known bodily functions! Most notably, zinc is responsible for helping out our...