About Rose

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Over her 15-year career, Rose Yewchuk has taught hundreds of women how to get off the pill and use natural birth control effectively. Her clients feel more in tune with their bodies, more healthy and vibrant, and more empowered to get pregnant when it’s the right time in their lives.

Rose discovered Fertility Awareness at the age of 19 by reading every book on birth control in the Edmonton Public Library. (Yes, this was before the internet, and yes, she was kind of a nerd). She was instantly hooked and taught herself how to chart her cycles. After several years of offering her own workshops, she began a decade-long apprenticeship with Dr. Geraldine Matus, the founder of the Justisse Method of Fertility Awareness.

Rose has a funny and engaging style that makes learning about menstrual cycle health seem easy and totally normal. She has a light, gentle touch even when dealing with emotionally charged issues such as infertility, menstrual pain, trauma, and chronic illness.

Rose has been a facilitator of the non-profit Fertility Awareness Charting Circle since 2005 and completed a Master’s thesis of original research on Fertility Awareness in 2006. She is a certified Justisse Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner and recently became a faculty member at the Justisse College. She is a member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research and the Association of Fertility Awareness Professionals.

Rose operates a holistic health practice at a medical clinic in Edmonton, Canada and works remotely with clients from around the world. She offers group classes and private consultations specializing in women's fertility and menstrual cycle health. To find out more, apply for a free initial session.


Why "Better Ovulate Than Never?"

First of all, Rose loves puns. (incidentally, she's also been doing stand-up comedy for several years as a side gig, and has perfected a killer bit about the cervix).

But secondly, ovulation is important! Many women don't realize that they don't ovulate on the birth control pill. With young girls commonly starting synthetic hormonal birth control in their teens and staying on it for a decade or more, many women pass through their key reproductive years hardly ovulating at all.

This has HUGE implications for women's health. The intricate balance of hormones from ovulating helps maintain bone density, cardiovascular health, and hormonal vitality well into old age. Plus there are obvious implications for those who struggle to conceive after years of chemically suppressing ovulation with synthetic birth control hormones.

Rose strongly believes that all women deserve to make empowered, informed choices about their health and fertility. Whether it's going off the pill, or finally having the baby you've been waiting years to conceive - why not take the plunge now? Better ovulate than never!

To find out more, or if you just want to hear the cervix joke, Apply now for a free initial session with Rose.