Nicole Jardim is a Certified Women’s Health Coach, writer, speaker, mentor and creator of Fix Your Period, a series of programs that empower women to reclaim their hormone health using a method that combines evidence-based information with simplicity and sass.
Her work has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of women around the world, and as a result, she’s earned the nicknames “period girl” and “professional period fixer,” and has been called on as a women’s health expert for sites such as The Guardian, Well+Good, MindBodyGreen, and Healthline. Nicole is also the host of The Period Party, a top-rated podcast on iTunes.
You’ll leave the workshop confident that you can finally free yourself from period hell without a pharmacy or prescription pad in sight. Even if you’ve tried everything and have pretty much accepted that you’ll be a victim of your periods forever.
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