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Workshop *How to be in-sync with your cycle for optimal energy* with Brussels for Her #acityforher
**How to be in-sync with your cycle for optimal energy**
with Brussels for Her
by Marieke Steen
March 12, 2020
6:30pm – 8pm
Don’t we all have “these days” when we don’t feel at our best and might even be overreacting to issues at work or at home?
We often don’t know how much our hormones actually influence our day-to-day mood, energy, creativity, productivity, emotion.
This is why I wanted to create this workshop to give you some tools on how to best manage this and feel best in your body.
DO YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS?
* Irregular cycle
* Feeling bloated
* Painful or sensitive breast around your cycle
* Migraines or headaches
* Stomach cramps during period
THEN JOIN US! WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
Impact of hormones and hormonal imbalance on us
How to embrace our cycle to be in-sync with our body & mind
How to balance hormones via food
Schedules, Price & Location
Start 6:30 pm
End: 8:00 pm
EUR 9,00 for Premium Members
EUR 18,00 for Classic Members
Including a selection of teas and water
65 rue de la Régence
About Marieke Steen
I grew up on the countryside in Germany and already at early age wanted to discover the world. Apart from traveling, I’ve always been passionate about alternative medicine and using food to heal my body. That’s how I managed to get rid of my migraines and I am still working on healing my body to restore hormonal balance. I certified as Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) and Restorative Wellness Practitioner (RWP) because I want to help others get healthy too. I feel especially called to support other women reclaiming their health especially since women are so often neglecting themselves. I help them restoring their health and finding their balance. https://www.mariekesteen.com/
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