The Energetics of the Menstrual Cycle with Sacred Womb Guide Jasmine Rose

Oct 06, 2020

Most of us have had the awkward experience of learning about our menstrual cycle as an adolescent in a room full of other giggling adolescents. Honestly, I wish I had an Auntie like Jasmine Rose in my life when I first started menstruating, but I am equally grateful that I have her in my life now.

In her work, she is not only normalizing the relational experience to our individual Wombs, but she has created a movement of Womb Warriors who connect, support and love each other in Sisterhood as we all deepen our connection to our Wombs, our Bodies and our Hearts.

What We'll Learn in this Episode:

  • Creating a culture that makes "embodiment" accessible to all
  • Decoding the energetics of each phase of the menstrual cycle
    • what is happening biologically
    • what is happening energetically 
    • what intentions you can set to support yourself 

Your Speakers:
Kat Lee is an Emotional Alchemy Coach, Classical Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Podcast Creator, Writer + Community Leader who guides folks to alchemize their emotions, cultivate conscious relationships and embody their healing journey.

Jasmine Rose's background in Holistic Nutrition and Birth Doula Work shapes her devotion to anchoring women back into the power of their wombs. She works with women all over the world who crave a deeper connection to the essence of who they are - through the doorway of the womb space. 

This podcast is made possible with sound production by Andre Lagace.
Original music by 
Mayan Kites

I facilitate conversations through 1:1 coaching and various community offerings to guide curious humans to remember their True Self - who they are beyond the conditioning, the "shoulds", the trauma stories + the overriding of desires. If you need permission to step into the wholeness of your emotions and Being, let me show you that you’ve been the one holding the pen.

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