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Female Energy Consultation

Is This You?

  • Are you feeling burned out or exhausted?
  • Have you got menstrual or female health issues? e.g. painful period, perimenopausal, menopausal or post menopausal issues, gynaecological or fertility issues
  • Are you carrying unresolved past hurts experienced as a girl or woman? e.g. sexual abuse, bad relationships or miscarriage.
  • Experiencing pain in your womb or vulval area?
  • Keep attracting the wrong guy or want more respect from men?
  • Haven’t felt attractive or feminine in a while?
  • Have seen the sex life in your relationship dwindle and you want to reignite the passion?
  • Have been taking BIG action in your life but are still not seeing results?
  • If you said “yes, that sounds like me!” to any of the above then a Female Energy Check and Womb Healing Consultation would be right for you.

What is a Female Energy Check and Womb Healing Consultation?

This is a consultation where we check your feminine energy is functioning properly:

  1. Across 3 key female energy centres: your womb area (cauldron), your heart area (chalice) and your mind/brain area (star). I use the modality Womb Blessing (R) trained by Miranda Gray – as a Level 3 Moon Mother.
  2. Do a mini health check on your physical health and your menstrual cycle (if you are still menstruating), or if you are peri/post-menopausal.
  3. Mini check on the rest of your spiritual body for any unhealthy attachments or negative energies.

Checking Your Womb Energy Centres

Your womb energy centre regulates how you go about in your daily life in a healthy female body and whether you are respecting your feminine lifestyle as a cyclical human. By cyclical I mean women operate according to cycles, no matter what age, whether they bleed or are no longer bleeding. Men operate in a more linear way, consistently. Neither is better or worse – just different. When you do not live your life in a feminine cyclical way you end up experiencing wellbeing issues such as the ones listed above.

Your heart energy centre governs how you experience your relationships, and your ability to give and receive love. Where there is an imbalance you may find you are conflicts with loved ones, feel resentful or hurt by other’s actions or lack of action towards you. Or you may struggle to connect with people as closely as you would like. Often, we have unconscious patterns or past hurt memories running in the background that we have not made peace with that are affecting our ability to connect with others now.

Your female mind energy centre governs your ability to connect to the Divine Feminine within you as well as the Divine Cosmic Mother. It is the seat of your intuition, and your ability to make sense of the world as a woman and connect with your soul purpose in this life. This is also the place where you can connect to Divine Feminine within all women, the collective feminine consciousness on this planet, as well as female animals, nature and be in sync with the earth’s seasonal changes.

How Do I Check Your Female Energy Centres?

I am an intuitive healer and trained Moon Mother (Level 3) specialising in healing female energy. During your consultation I will be feeling into your female energy centres by hovering my hand above points around the womb space, heart space, and head. You are fully clothed and you will be asked to lie down on a couch for me to perform this check whilst listening to gentle music. You will be receiving a womb healing session at the same time as your check, and people report feeling very relaxed by the end of the session.

Afterwards I go through a report of your energy centres, and, with your permission, offer suggestions to improve your female energy with more permanent solutions and suggestions. You will take away a written or emailed report with a plan for how to move forward.

The whole consultation takes approximately 1.5 hours.

Why Get a Consultation?

Once you can identify where the energy block is for you – you can identify how to solve it. Often energy blocks left untreated filter down to the emotional, mental and physical health levels when they could have been resolved earlier or with greater ease.

Most emotional, mental or physical health issues are as a result of an accumulation of untreated issues left for years, decades, or even passed down through the family line as a result of energy blocks.

Which is why most people have recurring mental, emotional or physical health problems – which means problems are not being resolved at the root cause level – at the energy level.

By having a consultation you will:

  • know what the root cause patterns are
  • have a written plan to resolve those issues
  • be offered solutions to prevent future issues from building up
  • find out how you can thrive in life beyond your issues
  • experience receiving a womb healing session and discover what it is like working with me

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  • Consultation (90 mins) - £144

If you would like to access the Women Supporting Women Fund to subsidise this treatment, find more details here.

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Today is [Mother] Earth Day - thinking about the entire Earth and what we can do to ensure survival on this planet can feel daunting - but here are some local initiatives that can support you to support the Earth.

🌍 @growing_green_london - set up by local Mamas - amongst other things their focus is rewilding our local schools, you can support them by donating or volunteering - they have a second-hand clothes sale fundraiser this Sunday and an Open Garden event on 9th June - join them.

🌍 @heath_hands - supporting our beautiful Hampstead Heath, sustaining its biodiversity and protecting it for wildlife and humans to enjoy.

🌍 @nadiaswastechallenge - a local Mama who gives us her own experiences of modifying domestic habits to help support the Earth - giving realistic tips - follow her page.

🌍 @fair_well_london - tackle the plastic pollution crisis by removing plastic packaging from the final stage of the food distribution chain and solving the main problem with plastic-free shopping: inconvenience. They come to you, you just need to book and buy.

🌍 @kentishtownlibraryofthings - borrow items, such as drills, carpet cleaners, projectors - you don't have to buy them - sharing the things you won't use often is a simple action all of us can take to live more sustainably - they're based at Kentish Town Library.

🌍 @kentishtownvegbox - all their produce is organic or naturally grown and sourced from small-scale farms as close to London as possible.

These are just a few of the local initiatives supporting our environment, support them and use them - helping the Earth starts at home.

[This post is a re-working of our 2023 Earth Day post, but it's all just as relevant]

#earthday2024 #earthday #nw5 #n19 #n6 #tufnellpark #kentishtown #gospeloak #archway #camden #islington
Today is [Mother] Earth Day - thinking about the entire Earth and what we can do to ensure survival on this planet can feel daunting - but here are some local initiatives that can support you to support the Earth. 🌍 @growing_green_london - set up by local Mamas - amongst other things their focus is rewilding our local schools, you can support them by donating or volunteering - they have a second-hand clothes sale fundraiser this Sunday and an Open Garden event on 9th June - join them. 🌍 @heath_hands - supporting our beautiful Hampstead Heath, sustaining its biodiversity and protecting it for wildlife and humans to enjoy. 🌍 @nadiaswastechallenge - a local Mama who gives us her own experiences of modifying domestic habits to help support the Earth - giving realistic tips - follow her page. 🌍 @fair_well_london - tackle the plastic pollution crisis by removing plastic packaging from the final stage of the food distribution chain and solving the main problem with plastic-free shopping: inconvenience. They come to you, you just need to book and buy. 🌍 @kentishtownlibraryofthings - borrow items, such as drills, carpet cleaners, projectors - you don't have to buy them - sharing the things you won't use often is a simple action all of us can take to live more sustainably - they're based at Kentish Town Library. 🌍 @kentishtownvegbox - all their produce is organic or naturally grown and sourced from small-scale farms as close to London as possible. These are just a few of the local initiatives supporting our environment, support them and use them - helping the Earth starts at home. [This post is a re-working of our 2023 Earth Day post, but it's all just as relevant] #earthday2024 #earthday #nw5 #n19 #n6 #tufnellpark #kentishtown #gospeloak #archway #camden #islington2 days ago
A warm re-introduction to Jasmin (Jazz) McGonigle @camdenbabywearing who's recently set up the wonderful resource of a sling and baby carrier library in our corner of London. 

Jazz is a mother to two beautiful girls, with one more on the way. Motherhood changed everything for her, as it does for many new mothers. Realising she couldn't return to her job, she found purpose in supporting other new parents on their journey. Discovering Baby-wearing was transformative, giving her the confidence to venture out with a less fussy baby. She knew she had found her calling. 

Seeing children being worn brings her immense joy. Jazz personally favours woven wraps and has delved into the world of different fabrics and tying techniques.

Now a qualified baby-wearing consultant, Jazz runs her own Sling Library, empowering others to experience the benefits of baby-wearing from pregnancy to toddlerhood. 

Volunteering with @wrapahug_sling_library in East London and attending their monthly Family meet-ups in Tower Hamlets brings her great fulfillment. However, as a local parent in North London, Jazz felt compelled to start something closer to home, leading to the creation of the Sling Library at Moon. 

She now offers monthly sling library sessions and home visits to support parents during the postpartum period. 

Jazz also participates in Moon's monthly 'New Parent Drop-in,' cherishing the supportive community it provides.

You can find out more about Jazz and the sling library via the link in our bio.

#babywearing
#babysling
#babycarrier
#babywraps
#slinglibrary
#northlondon 
#nw5
#camden
A warm re-introduction to Jasmin (Jazz) McGonigle @camdenbabywearing who's recently set up the wonderful resource of a sling and baby carrier library in our corner of London. Jazz is a mother to two beautiful girls, with one more on the way. Motherhood changed everything for her, as it does for many new mothers. Realising she couldn't return to her job, she found purpose in supporting other new parents on their journey. Discovering Baby-wearing was transformative, giving her the confidence to venture out with a less fussy baby. She knew she had found her calling. Seeing children being worn brings her immense joy. Jazz personally favours woven wraps and has delved into the world of different fabrics and tying techniques. Now a qualified baby-wearing consultant, Jazz runs her own Sling Library, empowering others to experience the benefits of baby-wearing from pregnancy to toddlerhood. Volunteering with @wrapahug_sling_library in East London and attending their monthly Family meet-ups in Tower Hamlets brings her great fulfillment. However, as a local parent in North London, Jazz felt compelled to start something closer to home, leading to the creation of the Sling Library at Moon. She now offers monthly sling library sessions and home visits to support parents during the postpartum period. Jazz also participates in Moon's monthly 'New Parent Drop-in,' cherishing the supportive community it provides. You can find out more about Jazz and the sling library via the link in our bio. #babywearing #babysling #babycarrier #babywraps #slinglibrary #northlondon #nw5 #camden3 days ago
🌸Spring Theme🌸

Join @marysheppardyoga for Spring themed family yoga tomorrow at Moon.

We'll explore the change in season to Spring with animal and nature poses. When Spring is finally here, all we want to do is step outside and breathe in the fresh air of flowers blooming and fresh grass. We will practice mindfulness and yoga with Spring baby animals, Spring bugs, and weather changes. 

Rainbow Kids & Family yoga classes are interactive, social, and all about connection. We will co-create the class together in a magical and playful way using lots of creativity sprinkled throughout the class.

We use games, partner and Acro yoga, stories, music, dancing, art, mindfulness and relaxation to bring yoga alive for children.

Find link to book in bio.

#familyyoga
#rainbowyoga
#springyoga
🌸Spring Theme🌸 Join @marysheppardyoga for Spring themed family yoga tomorrow at Moon. We'll explore the change in season to Spring with animal and nature poses. When Spring is finally here, all we want to do is step outside and breathe in the fresh air of flowers blooming and fresh grass. We will practice mindfulness and yoga with Spring baby animals, Spring bugs, and weather changes.  Rainbow Kids & Family yoga classes are interactive, social, and all about connection. We will co-create the class together in a magical and playful way using lots of creativity sprinkled throughout the class. We use games, partner and Acro yoga, stories, music, dancing, art, mindfulness and relaxation to bring yoga alive for children. Find link to book in bio. #familyyoga #rainbowyoga #springyoga4 days ago
Women in Revolt!

Following the recent exhibition at Tate Britain, here's the local take on it from @friends_of_highgate_library 

With some of the local exhibitors and women in the exhibition.

Pru Stevenson who set up the See Red Poster Workshop, Mica Nava a member of the Tufnell Park Women’s Group, Joanne O’Brien, founder of first women’s photographer agency. Event chaired by Angela Mason former director of Stonewall and former Chair of the Fawcett Society.

Apparently, there's
Women in Revolt! Following the recent exhibition at Tate Britain, here's the local take on it from @friends_of_highgate_library With some of the local exhibitors and women in the exhibition. Pru Stevenson who set up the See Red Poster Workshop, Mica Nava a member of the Tufnell Park Women’s Group, Joanne O’Brien, founder of first women’s photographer agency. Event chaired by Angela Mason former director of Stonewall and former Chair of the Fawcett Society. Apparently, there's "no need to register – just arrive on the evening!" 7.15pm to 9pm Tuesday 23rd April Main Hall Brookfield Primary School (use the colourful gate entrance on Croftdown Road) See you there! #womeninrevolt #womeninart #womensupportingwomen1 week ago
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