Ladies Night

Ladies, are you tired of the “rag”

being a “drag”?

Do you suffer from any or all of the common burdens of PMS (Pre-Menstrual Syndrome) or other symptoms or problems with your menstrual cycle?
No More PMS!

Premenstrual symptoms have been assumed to be just “a natural part of the menstrual cycle”, affecting most women at some time during their lives. If your body doesn’t react strongly to its monthly hormonal changes, you probably have mild premenstrual symptoms or none at all. If you have one or more mild to moderate premenstrual symptoms that disrupt your work, relationships with others, or sense of well-being, you are said to have premenstrual syndrome (PMS).


Join me as I discuss how I overcame all symptoms of PMS, using some simple tools and knowledge that anyone can easily learn and apply. You will be truly amazed as your next cycle is now much more pleasant and manageable!

PMS symptoms vary greatly from woman to woman and cycle to cycle, and they can range from mild to severe. Some women note that their symptoms are worse during times of increased emotional or physical stress. Of the more than 150 symptoms that have been linked to PMS, the most common are listed below.

Physical symptoms may include:

  • Breast swelling and tenderness.
  • Bloating, water retention, weight gain.
  • Changes in bowel habits.
  • Acne.
  • Nipple discharge when nipples or breasts are pressed. (Any leakage that spontaneously happens when you aren’t pressing on the nipple should be checked by a health professional.)
  • Food cravings, especially for sweet or salty foods.
  • Sleep pattern changes.
  • Fatigue, lack of energy.
  • Decreased sexual desire.
  • Pain. Common complaints include headaches or migraines, breast tenderness, aching muscles and joints, or cramps and low back pain prior to menstrual bleeding.

Behavioral symptoms may include:

  • Aggression.
  • Withdrawal from family and friends.

Emotional and cognitive symptoms may include:

  • Depression, sadness, hopelessness.
  • Anger, irritability.
  • Anxiety.
  • Mood swings.
  • Decreased alertness, inability to concentrate.

By definition, premenstrual symptoms only occur during the luteal phase, between ovulation and the start of menstrual bleeding, or soon after. Premenstrual symptoms can occur during the entire luteal phase or can appear briefly during ovulation, in the days leading up to menstrual bleeding, or both. You may notice that the severity and pattern of your PMS symptoms varies from month to month. You may also stop or start having PMS symptoms for no clear reason.

Join us for a Women Only class and transform this small but crucial area of your life! You will feel better about yourself, empowered as a woman, and best of all, healthier and happier forever when you learn and apply these simple tips and tricks to finally take back your life from PMS!

You will learn how to take control over your own body and:

  • Greatly reduce or even eliminate physical pain
  • Manage all physical symptoms (it’s even possible to lessen the duration of your menstruation, as well as extend the length of your cycle.)
  • Manage your emotions (this is very useful beyond just managing PMS!)
  • Communicate effectively with friends, family, and coworkers to get the loving support you deserve at that “special” time of the month, or at any time!

*This is a clothing-optional meeting, attend and dress or undress to your comfort level.

You will want to bring a towel or blanket to sit on, and a pen & paper to take notes!

$35 at the Door, $30 Advanced Registration

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