Sarah Holland’s Fertility Telesummit is back. You can read previous reviews on this by clicking on the category here on how it has helped me. I was even a speaker one year which was fabulous!
I always look forward to her offerings and let’s look at the line up this year:
Old favourites are back:
-Sarah Holland will be doing both an introduction and concluding talk to help you get the most out of the summit and take all the info on and not get overwhelmed by it.
-Dr Marilyn Glenville will be speaking on nutrition for natural and IVF conception as well as to prevent miscarriage. I’ve spoken about her before because she wrote an excellent book “Get Pregnant Faster” where I got a lot of info on vitamins. (You can read that post here).
-Andrew Loosely: is an acupuncture expert. He will be talking on the three most important steps for your fertility journey. I did get a freebie ebook from him before which was helpful.
-Amy Sizer: I think she was on before. She will be talking about coping strategies.
-Gabriela Rosa: She runs a clinic in Australia (naturopath) and will be speaking on changing your fertility strategies. I have been subscribing to her for years now and also follow her on Facebook where I see her cutie son Jake up to all sorts.
-Sue Damaris: the yoga lady, will be speaking on intuitive readings.
Emma Cannon: Optimising & Preserving Fertility Through Chinese Medicine, Lifestyle Adjustments & Self-Care
Nicole Jardim: Take control of your period so you can take control of your fertility!
Molly Nichols: How to Mentally and Emotionally Reclaim Your Life and Your Fertility
Clare Blake: 3 Ways to Love your Womb
Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer: Optimum Mind for IVF Success
Amy Medling: Could PCOS be a Possibility?
Natalie Kringoudis: Debunking Ovulation – Re-educating Woman on What Fertility Truly Means
Dr Randine Lewis: Another View of Your Fertility
Angela Heap: Are you genes blocking your fertility? How lifestyle and good nutrition can provide a solution.
Two bloggers are returning with happy conclusions to their fertility journey.
Leah Campbell (SIngle Infertile Female)
Love her and the way she writes. She comments here too (supportive too!). Leah has a special adoption miracle to share after having a very bad case of endometriosis. She also wrote a book. Love hearing updates on her little bug.
Keiko Zoll (The Infertility Voice)
She got pregnant with a donor egg after having various problems. I also follow her on Facebook and see her little one in action too.
I also look up to these bloggers because they are writers and this is my aspiration. Leah does freelance, wrote her own book and even writes an advice column. Keiko also writes for Disney Baby.
SIgn up now for the Fertility Telesummit!
Here’s what previous attendees said about the Fertility Focus Telesummit:
“Well I followed some of the advice given from the last telesummit and am now pregnant! I’m in my second trimester! So happy to have had a chance to listen to the telesummit. Thanks for offering it!” – Heather
“I was told at age 41 that my eggs were too old and IVF was the only way. When IVF failed something inside me was adamant that was not the way. Your Telesummit last year opened my viewpoint completely and through listening in and then following some of your speakers’ advice I became pregnant! Thank you so much Sarah for bringing me to a journey of discovery, acceptance, hope and joy.” – Roisin
“I was amazed by the amount of information shared in each of these sessions. I went from feeling hopeless to hopeful – how priceless is that! My impression was that there was a deep honoring of the many ways that woman journey through fertility and the lack of judgment towards how one does the journey was greatly appreciated.” – Anonymous
“The telesummit was so inspirational, it’s brought back hope that I lost when I went through an unsuccessful IVF cycle last summer. Thank you so so much!!” – Anonymous
That link again: Click here.
Oh and by the way, if fertility isn’t your thing, there is an online Mom Conference going on as well. You can check that out here.
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