Women's Cycle Charting

As I am a fan of building a body of relevant information through research, I am happy to be able to pass on the following request for study participants:

“I am currently working on my Senior Honors Thesis project for the University
of Kansas’s psychology department under the supervision of Dr. Omri Gillath.
The Gillath Social Psychology Lab focuses on attachment, sex, and caregiving
in close relationships.

For my project I will be looking at the impact of a woman’s menstrual cycle
on physical body changes, emotions, and relational behaviors.

I am currently recruiting women for this study who are 18 years of age or
older, not taking any form of contraceptive birth control, and involved in a
romantic relationship. If you fit these criteria and are interested in
participating or would like more information please contact Rachel Reichman
at rachelr9@ku. edu

Even if you don’t fit these criteria, I…

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Acupuncture Health Centre a Favourite Referral Partner

I am so delighted to have just found this note on Acupuncture Health Centre’s website. I have been doing cross referrals with them for a while now, and this recommendation was a lovely spot of brightness to my day!

I have had so much great feedback from clients that I’ve sent on to Amanda Roth at the Acupuncture Health Centre! She is able to take the information gained from their charts and work out wonderful plans of care to aid these women on the road to recovery from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, fertility issues and more. She is warm and caring, as well as skilled and compassionate in her work.

I am always delighted to integrate other holistic approaches to health and wellness that have such a positive benefit to the women we work with. And I am equally happy that Amanda thinks the same thing. Having the respect of someone who does such wonderful work in the field means a great deal to me!

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Reflexology & Reiki Bodyworks

More than just pampering...

If you have never experienced Reiki & Reflexology before, you are in for a treat. As well as adding to your health and quality of life, these bodyworks are deeply relaxing and enjoyable.

Reflexology works pressure points in the hands and feet, and is best described as a combination of hand and foot massage combined with Chinese Acupressure techniques. Reflexology is beneficial to a wide range of health conditions, strengthening and balancing body systems while providing you with a means to manage stress, pain or repetitive strain.

Reiki is a Japanese form of energy work that provides a richly healing experience of connecting to your body and heart. Reiki brings a great sense of peace and rejuvenation.

Together they are synergistic, each amplifying the effects of the other to create a wide range of benefits:

  • help alleviate pain, poor mobility, stress and depression
  • provide a rich deep sense of peace, calm and relaxation
  • boost immune response, helping to trigger deep healing at all levels of your being
  • balance hormonal and endocrine systems, integrating healthy body responses
  • aid in fighting illness and disease states
  • replenish and renew your body, mind and spirit

how often do you *really* appreciate all that your hands do for you?

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