Free Webinar: Period Pain, What Causes It and How to Find Relief

 CycleHarmony.com is pleased to announce its upcoming free webinar on the subject of period pain.

The purpose of the webinar is to educate women on the causes of period pain, various natural remedies for pain relief, as well as pain prevention by undertaking necessary lifestyle changes.

 

If you suffer from various period pains such as cramps, backaches and headaches, you are not alone.

According to a poll at CycleHarmony.com, “period pain” is listed as the worst PMS symptom, followed by “irritability or persistent anger,” “fatigue” and “breast tenderness.”

According to Jing Jin, the founder of CycleHarmony.com, “Pain is a necessary part of life. It can warn us, teach us, and provide us with important information about our body, our mind and our life. Yet few of us take these messages seriously, let alone develop a healthy relationship with what’s causing them.”

“No one likes pain. It’s unpleasant. It makes us suffer. So we want to get rid of it as quickly as possible,” said Jing Jin. “This is natural. But ignoring pain, suppressing it or hating it doesn’t help us. It may even hurt us in the long run if we continue to ignore the important information our body is trying to communicate to us. More serious issues could surface later on as a result.”

To educate women on how to manage their period pain, and how to cultivate a helpful and constructive relationship with their menstrual cycles, Jing Jin teamed up with Cycle Harmony’s advisors Jason Moskovitz, L.AC.DIPL.O.M., and Leslie Carol Botha, to host a free webinar dedicated to this subject.

Jason Moskovitz

 

Jason is a licensed acupuncturist and resident practitioner at Tao of Wellness Clinic in Newport Beach, California. He brings a wealth of clinical knowledge and experience from treating women with premenstrual and menstrual conditions

Leslie C. Botha

 

Leslie is a respected educator on women’s health, author, publisher, and broadcast journalist. She offers her wisdom based on 30 years of research on how hormonal changes/fluctuations affect women’s physical, mental and emotional well being.

 

“We want to bring more awareness to this area. We want to educate women on the causes of pain, and various natural remedies they can use to relieve pain during their premenstrual and menstrual periods. And most importantly, we want to encourage women to develop a new perspective and new way of dealing with pain, one with more curiosity, understanding and compassion,” said Leslie Botha with her trademark passion and conviction.

Webinar details:

 Period Pain — What Causes It and How to Find Relief

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

@ 5:30pm PT/8:30pm ET

Dial In: (512) 400-4809

Access Code: 596-9121

Registration Link: http://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=EA57D6868048

 

If you would like more information about cycleharmony.com or the tools it offers, or would like to schedule an interview with Jing Jin, please call 310.895.8955 or email her at jing@in-sight-one.com

 

Contact: Jing Jin

310.895.8955

jing@in-sight-one.com

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