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Ancestral Womb Wellness: A Beginner's Guide

Updated: Feb 9

Peace my love! 


Let's talk about something super important but often overlooked: ancestral womb wellness. Yep, we're diving into how we can take care of our womb health with a nod to our ancestors. Stay tuned to the end, for a very special announcement!


First off, what is ancestral womb wellness? It's all about honoring our lineage and tapping into ancient wisdom to support our reproductive health. Pretty simple, right?


Here are a few simple tips to get started:


  • Connect with your roots: Take some time to learn about your ancestors and their traditions around women's health. You might uncover some gems of knowledge that can benefit you today. 

  • Eat nourishing foods: Fill your plate with whole, nutrient-rich foods like fruits, veggies, whole grains, and lean proteins. These foods can support hormonal balance and overall health. Soups with warming spices are amazing at nourishing the womb. Our ancestors ate seasonal, locally grown food. If you cannot access that, opt for the highest quality of food available, and always trust the source of where your food is coming from. A hearty lentil sweet potato soup with greens will do wonders for your womb. 

  • Move your body: Regular exercise is not only good for your physical health but can also help regulate your menstrual cycle and reduce stress. Find activities you enjoy, whether it's dancing, walking, or yoga. I've been following a few pilates videos on Youtube for daily practice and I absolutely love it! I also go out to dance twice a week (yes it is a workout and it brings me so much joy). Keep in mind that our ancestors didn't need a gym and heavy weights to be well. Additionally,  our womb desires natural movements. Adopt a practice that doesn't feel like a “work- out”, but simply natural movements that bring you joy.  

  • Practice self-care: Carve out time for yourself to relax and unwind. Whether it's taking a warm bath, meditating, or simply reading a book, find activities that help you feel grounded and at peace. Adopt a journal practice when you rise and before you rest. That is an excellent way to start and end your day that can help with managing stress. 

  • Listen to your body: Pay attention to any signs or symptoms your body may be sending you. If something feels off, don't hesitate to reach out to a healthcare provider for guidance. Your body, your womb space is always speaking to you. Listen to her and honor her needs. 

Remember, ancestral womb wellness is all about embracing our heritage and taking proactive steps to support our reproductive health. By honoring our ancestors and prioritizing self-care, we can create a foundation of well-being for generations to come.


Now let's get into that special announcement! If you enjoyed learning a bit about ancestral womb wellness I encourage you to learn more and to use it to heal your body, mind, and spirit. And I have the perfect tool for your to guide you along your journey.


We have launched the DAWA MAMA’s Womb Wellness Guide & Journal. This digital download is for those who are suffering from womb issues including painful menstrual cycles, infertility, fibroids, etc. This is also for the women who may not be experiencing any discomfort, but wants to build a divine relationship with her sacred womb and teach others to do so as well.


Empower your womb, embrace holistic well-being, and embark on a journey that celebrates the essence of womanhood with our Digital Womb Wellness Guide and Journal.


Remember you can heal your body with just a little support and intention. You do not have to live with toxic hormonal birth control, painful moon cycles, surgeries that do not alleviate the issues, or many other harms that are taking place.

By tapping into ancestral womb wellness, you are on your way to vibrant health.


All praises to your higher self! 


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