June 8, 2016

The most common hormonal imbalance I see after stress is oestrogen dominance.  It sounds really complicated and overly medical but nearly every woman I have worked with has experienced it at some point in their life. Oestrogen dominance simply means that oestrogen is too high in comparison to progesterone at the point in the cycle where progesterone should be high (e.g. the luteal phase).

This could mean that:

  • Oestrogen levels are normal, but your progesterone is too low.

  • Oestrogen levels...

May 11, 2016

OK, I know we don't like talking about poop, but it is so important that we know about it and it does actually affect our hormones in a massive way (as does all gut health).  When I am massaging women's abdomens, I can feel when she is constipated and when I teach women to massage themselves, even via Skype I can see their faces when they feel it themselves, it really shows how much we don't know about this standard every day process.

Being able to go to the toilet regularly, helps us detox...

April 27, 2016

I am quite well known for talking about how standard disposable sanitary products can affect your fertility, your lives of period pain and even cause serious illnesses such as Toxic Shock Syndrome.  But I keep being asked about the alternatives that are out there.

I have a number of clients who found just by switching their sanitary products, they got rid of period pain, some of their PMS reduced and other symptoms reduced too.  But one question I constantly get asked are what are the alternative...

April 6, 2016

I have had a number of panicked phone calls from clients worrying that they have no period, but they know for various reasons that they can't possibly be pregnant.  So what is going on?  If you period is late there are a few possible reasons it has gone AWOL.

Assuming you aren't on the pill, breastfeeding or entering peri-menopause, here are a few reasons below.

1.    Stress

Stress is a huge issue when it comes to our cycles.  If you really under a lot of sudden stress, it will often...

January 9, 2015

Are you bleeding at irregular intervals, mid cycle or during ovulation?  Are your bleeds closer together or further apart than you think they should be (should be 28-35 days) apart normally.  Do you know what a healthy bleed should look like?

One question that comes up time and time again with my clients, whether they come to me for a bodywork therapy such as a womb massage, or whether they come to me for Sympto-Thermal charting, is recognising a true bleed.

Once thing that seems to cause con...

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Hi, I am Rachel and you are most welcome to my online home.

 

I am a woman's reproductive health specialist, who after suffering terribly with various issues with my period, found natural solutions to heal myself.

 

I now help other women who are suffering period problems, PMS and fertility issues who often feel they have no where else to turn.

 

In my clinic, based in Guildford I treat my clients using Fertility Massage Therapy, massage for digestive issues, Reflexology, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Nutrition, Natural Family Planning and Meditation depending on what the client needs.

 

I also offer online Skype sessions for one to one clients teaching them self massage of the abdomen, natural family planning, meditations, EFT and putting together a health plan for them to follow with recommendations on appropriate exercise, nutrition regimes and other self care and life style changes.

 

I also offer online tuition for Benkung Belly Binding for post partum women (or a partner, friend or companion who would like learn it for them).

 

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