Fertility Awareness Charting Circle Meeting


Event Details

This event is running from 27 January 2020 until 30 November 2020. It is next occurring on November 30, 2020 6:30 pm


Come join us on the last Monday of the month at the Remedy Cafe on Whyte Ave for Charts and Chai where we talk about all things fertility awareness!

Fertility Awareness is the general term for a consistent and reliable approach to observing, recording and interpreting the signs of female fertility. It may be used for the prevention or achievement of pregnancy, and to deepen menstruators’ knowledge of their reproductive health through all stages of life.

Everyone is welcome regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or knowledge level. Feel free to bring along partners, kids, friends, and family. All meetings are breastfeeding-friendly. There is a suggested donation of $10 to attend (which can be waived in case of financial necessity).

FACC is facilitated by:
+ Rose Yewchuk, Justisse HRHP Educator (www.RoseYewchuk.com)
+ Chloe Skerlak, Justisse HRHP (www.ChloeSkerlak.com)

Location: Remedy Cafe, 8155 105 St NW, Edmonton, AB

Hi! I’m Rose.
Image by FO PhotographyI can help you get off the Pill and heal your hormones. My clients feel more in tune with their bodies, more healthy and vibrant, and more empowered about their fertility. Read more about me.
Statement of Inclusion
If you are queer, lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, gender variant, non-binary, two-spirited, and/or intersex, I will do my best to be inclusive of your needs and identities. My practice is open to people of all sexual identities and orientations, including polyamorous people and others with alternative relationship structures.
Praise for Rose!

"Without your patience and support I would never have learned the Justisse method so thoroughly nor would I feel so confident in my ability to chart as a natural birth control method. Thank you for all your support Rose! Learning to confidently follow my cycle has changed my life."

— Megan Killorn, Revelstoke, British Columbia