HPG: 5 Factors Impacing Women's Hormonal Health
Modern day stress has become an unintentional form of birth control and a powerful endocrine disruptor. Many women travel at a velocity that is out of rhythm with who they are—endless multitasking, long work hours, forgotten meals, and too little time for themselves. These stressors can set the stage for PMS, PCOS, infertility, and hormone imbalances. During this workshop, Meg Richichi will deconstruct these concerns and how they affect us. Presenter: Meg Richichi, MS, L.Ac, is an Integrative Women’s Health Practitioner and Board Certified Acupuncturist. Having practiced in New York for two decades, she currently sees clients in Charleston, SC, and Washington, DC, while working with women around the country remotely. Meg’s unique “East meets West” approach has helped thousands of women overcome stress-related hormonal imbalances including infertility, weight issues, autoimmune disorders, digestive struggles and an array of pain syndromes. Meg’s extensive studies and experience include training with preeminent experts in the fields of western functional medicine, acupuncture, and nutrition, including healing practices in the Brazilian rain forest and Vietnam – in one of Ho Chi Minh City’s leading hospitals. A lecturer and radio host, Meg has spoken to a wide range of groups including “Food For Thought” – a women’s health & wellness series on VoiceAmerica Radio, NYU Nursing Program, New York Hospital for Special Surgery, NYU Medical Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates, Resolve, and Equinox. Her expertise in women’s healthcare has been the subject of several interviews in publications including Vogue, The Huffington Post, The Telegraph, Real Simple, NPR and Refinery29. Meg is committed to assisting women of all ages in creating wellness through her work as a health practitioner, lecturer and workshop facilitator. She feels deeply honored to walk this path with all the sweet lovelies in today’s world.
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