BODYWORK & HEALTH COACHING
As a woman, health, vitality and pleasure are your birthright. At Your Sacred Pelvis we support women to claim this birthright. Perhaps you have been struggling with one or more chronic or acute health conditions related to digestion, menstruation, menopause, urination, common pregnancy or postpartum discomforts, or perhaps you have pelvic pain or pain during sex or other struggles with your sexuality.
I have begun offering in person work again, and continue to offer virtual session options as well. As I see it, we are in a collective trauma start and it is my desire to offer support and healing in ways that feel safe and sane. Virtually, I offer guidance around self massage techniques as well as pathways to unwind trauma from the pelvic bowl.
Womb Attune : March 8th - 10th, 2024
Co-hosted by Chaya Leia Aronson RN BSN and Hara Rose, RN BSN
Guest Presenters ALisa Starkweather and Nikki Ananda
This will be an in person, deep dive weekend of attuning to our wombs and yonis through ritual and embodied practices.
This space is held to support new relationships with all parts of you through embracing wisdom and practices to root your ongoing growth, empowerment and healing.
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Blessings from my sacred pelvis to yours. This video series was a joy to create in early COVID days and I hope it offers healing and grounding. Enjoy and stay in touch!
Chaya has a unique way of understanding the underlying beliefs we hold about ourselves, our bodies and the health issues, trauma and shame we live with that give rise to the dis-ease in our bodies.
Chaya engages the use of specific bodywork practices, a storehouse of medical knowledge as well as her compassionate, loving, humorous nature to help you see yourself as you are without judgement, a beautiful human, worthy of health, vitality and pleasure.
Chaya Leia Aronson
Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy®
Holistic Pelvic Care™
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