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Fertility Workshop: Nutrition, Hormonal Balance, Yoga & Meditation

Join Kelly Loomis, MS, RD, Rose Mary O’Brien, RN MSN, and Brynn Cunningham, RYT-200, for an informative and interactive workshop that includes discussion as well as restorative yoga postures and meditation for couples or individuals trying to conceive.

Many aspects of fertility, conception and preventing miscarriage are beyond your control. The foods you eat and how you nourish your body is not. Beyond just prenatal vitamins and weight loss, food plays a big role in whether you are able to conceive. Did you know that the foods you eat can cause reproductive hormones to increase or decrease? Learn about the growing body of research that shows that improving your diet and consumption of specific nutrients can increase your chances of becoming pregnant and maintaining a healthy pregnancy.  

Workshop includes discussion on the hormonal aspect of conception and the role a balance of hormones plays in fertility and natural ways to achieve the balance.

The yoga and meditation portion of the workshop will focus on postures that open the energy channels relating to conception and the reduction of stress, which inhibits optimal reproductive health.

Participants will receive workshop handouts.

Price: $60/ drop-ins welcome

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About Kelly:

Kelly Loomis MS, RD is a Registered Dietitian with more than 15 years of experience. Kelly is an expert in neonatal and infant nutrition and has extensive experience with maternal and pediatric nutrition. Throughout her career she has inspired both her patients and other healthcare professionals to use food and nutrition as a way to improve wellness, weight, cardiovascular health, diabetes and other health problems.  Loomis earned both a Bachelor of Science in nutrition and a Master of Science in nutritional sciences from Penn State University.

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