hormone balance

Preparing for Pregnancy: 3 Strategies to Naturally Improve Fertility

Whether you’re planning for your first child or hoping to add to your growing family, there are a number of things you can do to improve your chances of conceiving easily and naturally. Proven Fertility Strategy #3: Maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle. Your menstrual cycle health is a reflection of your overall health. If you are getting regular, moderate exercise; eating a balanced, whole foods diet; and taking time in your life to do things you enjoy, you will…

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Dark Nights, Bright Lights

How seasonal shifts in light and darkness affect moods, weight gain, and fertility Living in a northern city like Edmonton, it’s impossible not to notice the wild swings in daylight from season to season. At the summer Solstice in June, we have just over 17 hours of daylight, whereas at the winter Solstice in December, it dwindles to a mere seven and a half hours. Many cultures have a tradition of gathering with family and friends to eat, drink and…

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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.
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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!

"Between my two pregnancies, I closely monitored my Basal Body Temperature and casually observed my mucous patterns so that I was well aware of what was going on in my body as we tried to conceive.

Because I could see the shift in temperature when I had ovulated, I knew that the cramping I felt about 12 days later was actually implantation rather than the onset of my period. It felt a little different too, just on one side of my uterus, which I may not have noticed if not for the awareness I gained from charting."

— Lisa Lunn, Fertility Awareness Charting Circle, Edmonton