Holistic Fertility

Stinging Nettle is very high in magnesium and other essential minerals, and can be a fantastic ally for nourishing parents and building babies!

With our culture’s strong focus on birth control and avoiding pregnancy, many people are left in the dark when they actually WANT to become pregnant!

If I eat peanuts, will my baby have nut allergies? Is it true that too much folic acid is related to childhood asthma? How much is too much? Should I take prenatal vitamins?

You know that the choices you make before and during your pregnancy affect the way your baby grows, but don’t let that make you crazy: knowledge is power!

With the trend toward older ages for first-time parents (especially around Boston), many are wondering how to prepare their bodies best for parenthood. Why does it seem like some people have babies so easily while others struggle for years, considering invasive fertility treatments?

This 3-part series will set the stage for pregnancy: build a stronger, healthier baby by building stronger, healthier parents! There’s more to it than just giving up your coffee – learn what you need to know to eat right, sleep right, move right, and support yourself with herbs so that your body is prepared for what’s coming next.

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017: 7-9pm
Understanding Fertility and Reproductive Cycles
Food for Fertility + Herbal Support

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017: 7-9pm
Stress and Fertility + Herbal Support
Sleep and Fertility + Herbal Support

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017: 7-9pm
Movement (interior and exterior!) and Fertility + Herbal Support
Making Your Own Fertility Plan

$25 per class, or $60 if you register for the full series!

Special pricing for prospective parenting partners who register together – $75 per couple for the full series!

This class series took place in the past – but you can purchase it as a video course right here!


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