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If your goal is to build a successful health coaching practice, which focuses on prevention and health optimization, it’s smart to focus on caring for women through the lifespan.
Introducing the Global, Online Women's Health Coach™ Certification Program. The only ICHWC internationally approved program for women's health specialists. Focus your practice on an in demand niche, and specialize in addressing the unique needs of female clients...
The Integrative Women's Health Institute has worked with thousands of clients throughout the world to help them resolve period, pelvic, and sexual pain, optimize their health to prepare for pregnancy, recover postpartum, balance their hormones, improve their sports performance, recover from over training, and optimize their heart, hormone, and brain health in perimenopause and beyond.
Often we focus on where we need to go instead of celebrating the success along the way. It feels so good to have the support and great knowledge that Jessica has to share. It really goes a long way. 6 months ago I was 30 pounds heavier, had thyroid problems, metabolism slow as you can imagine, felt stressed almost 100% of the time and felt sluggish along with that. No energy and I was an angry mom most of the time! And sex was a no-no, no way, no thank you, hurts too much! Fast forward to today and I am a true believer in “ask and it is given”.
I asked for help and direction and Jessica showed up! My life has almost completely changed. I feel healed from the inside out, 30 lbs lighter, mentally lighter, up for sex again and actually feeling vibrant! I feel very grateful and really know now anything is possible.
We can heal our lives and our bodies.
I just want to thank you, Jessica, for doing what you do and for being a light for us sharing your experience and wisdom and making a difference in the world! Big love!!
I cannot say enough good things about IWHI’s Women’s Health and Nutrition Coach program. It is thorough, informative, evidence-based, practical, and changes the paradigm of caring for women with pelvic pain.
As a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist who has been dissatisfied with the standard of care for pelvic pain and spent thousands of dollars attending numerous conferences on pelvic pain, pain processing, holistic and integrative medicine, I wish I had started with this program first. I would have saved money and been very well prepared to treat this patient population in a more and evidence-based way.
For any medical doctors who may be hesitant, delay no longer; you will be more than satisfied! This course will change your practice and the way you view not only your pelvic pain patients but all of your patients.
Going gluten and sugar free and cutting way down on caffeine has had the effect of reducing about 50% of my chronic pain.
Another positive result, and I have to say this took me totally by surprise, is that after 10 months, my IUD has stopped trying to murder me from the inside, or at least that’s what it was feeling like!
I was suffering through stabbing pain for months and taking huge amounts of ibuprofen (up to 2400 mg/day) for weeks up to and through my period. If you have the misfortune to be totally incompatible with all forms of hormonal birth control, you can understand why I was at my wit’s end.
This month I’ve only taken 400 mg TOTAL of ibuprofen and finally feeling hopeful that my birth control and I can be friends. My cycle is getting more regular, too! This is so encouraging after months of pain and years of irregular cycles.
Jessica is so wise. IWHI is a sanctuary for women who have felt totally dismissed or unsupported by the conventional “women’s health” medicine and programs out there. Sometimes it’s serious conversations and sometimes it feels like a glass of wine with my girlfriends. No matter what, the information and support is top notch and one of a kind.
This program is perfect for health coaches, nutritionists, physical therapists, & fitness professionals who work with athletes in puberty, during pregnancy, recovering postpartum, and through perimenopause and menopause. Our unique approach to nutrition, injury recovery, and performance optimization takes a woman's cycle, genetics, and sports specific needs into account. Take a holistic approach to female athlete fitness, performance, and nutrition in your practice...
Our Preconception Detoxification and Preparation Program teaches you to support women to optimize their fertility and their health so that they can get pregnant, have a healthy pregnancy, deliver a healthy infant, and recover more easily postpartum.
Our Functional Nutrition for Chronic Pelvic Pain training course offer strategies for root cause resolution, not just symptom relief for your patients. If you work with clients with endometriosis, vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome, this program is for you. Supporting digestive, immune, neurologic, and musculoskeletal health, you will learn nutrition, supplementation, sleep, movement, and pain science strategies to reduce pain for patients with a wide range of pelvic pain concerns.
Our Hormones 101 training course offer strategies for supporting your clients to balance their adrenal and stress hormones, thyroid hormones, and reproductive hormones. If your clients struggle with fatigue, brain fog, weight loss resistance, hair loss, anxiety or depression, low libido, painful sex, or insomnia, this program is for you. Learn the nutrition and lifestyle medicine strategies to help your clients to heal their hormones sustainably.
Probiotics and Pelvic Pain The best probiotic for women can be challenging to choose from among the many options. For women with pelvic pain, the choice can be even more challenging. As health and wellness professionals who support women with pelvic pain, we have to educate ourselves about the research on the best strains, and…
Gluten and Endometriosis Is there a link between gluten and endometriosis? Should women avoid gluten to lower their risk of endometriosis or to help to resolve the symptoms of endometriosis? Let’s look at the research… First, it’s important to consider that endometriosis has many characteristics of an autoimmune disease (Eisenberg, et al., 2012). It is…
Xenoestrogen Exposure is a Clear Risk Factor for Breast and Other Female Cancers For our clients and patients with exposure to xenoestrogens, the first step is to reduce the exposures, lowering their overall toxic load. Everyone is exposed to some level of xenoestrogens; it’s impossible to completely avoid them. Thus, it’s important to emphasize the…
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