Check out this video as I discuss what postnatal depletion is, distinguish it from postpartum depression and discuss some of the work of other practitioners on this topic. It comes from my first Facebook Live, The Hidden Truth: Essential Info For Mamas And Those That Care About Them. Love being a woman, Dr.Danett
Enjoy this webinar, as I present on LifeBEam Energetics and The healSELF™ Workshop Series how to use the phases of your menstrual cycle for better health! Love being a woman, Dr. Danett
When a friend of mine suggested that I get acupuncture, I thought it was a bit extreme. Purposely choosing to get needles, didn’t sound like something I was interested in. Childhood memories of needles that seemed as big as my arm… ‘pain and terror’ were all I could think of. At first thought I declined,… Continue reading Follow the ‘Needle’… My Journey in Acupuncture from Patient to Doctor
Astrology: study of the positions and movements of the stars and its effects on the natural world and its inhabitants. Bath Ball: a device used in the bath tub to make the water used for a bath less harsh and reduces surface water tension. Chinese Medicine: a complete medical system dating back more than three… Continue reading Yoni from ‘A to Z’… Terms to Know
I was so relieved when I learned the term “Yoni”. Finally, a word that I could use to reference my private part without sounding like a scientist, or just down right crass. “Yoni” is a Sanskrit word that means ‘vagina and includes the womb and all of its parts’. It also translates to ‘sacred temple’. … Continue reading What is a Yoni?
Yoni health is important for countless reasons. First of all, when you don’t feel right down there, doesn’t it seem to throw everything off? That’s in large part because it (yoni) is physically our essence as women. From a Chinese Medicine approach, our yonis and our whole reproductive system are linked with the energy of… Continue reading So why is yoni health important?
The Right Relationship: You & Your Yoni (Pt. 2 of 2) We have to decide that we are safe enough, and that it’s important enough to pay attention to our yonis. What do I mean by pay attention? I mean going beyond the things we do to just get by, to broadening our understanding… Continue reading The Right Relationship: You & Your Yoni (Pt. 2 of 2)
Who knows where it started from? Perhaps it was an uncomfortable look on my father’s face, or the term “women’s problem” spoken in a hushed tone, that left so much mystery. It could’ve been smuggling my pads into the bathroom in junior high school, or just knowing that “down there” was bad. Whatever it was,… Continue reading The Right Relationship: You & Your Yoni (Pt. 1 of 2)