Fully Fertile™ Book Clubs
Are you seeking a healthier approach to the process of trying to conceive? How about motivation to start a yoga and relaxation practice and improve your diet? Perhaps you’re looking for a place to share the stresses of trying to conceive and learn postive strategies for coping with negative thoughts. Our Fully Fertile Book Groups are all that – the information, motivation and support you need to create a healthier, more balanced you! Fully Fertile groups are free, peer-led, book clubs will follow the week-by-week, “soup to nuts” program outlined in Pulling Down the Moon’s book, Fully Fertile™. The groups are not led by a psychologist; rather each week participants take turns leading a discussion based on the tools and techniques for optimizing their odds of conception as described in the book. Individual chapters focus on the following areas as they specifically relate to the mind, body and spirit of making a baby:
Yoga • Oriental Medicine • Nutrition • Sleep and Sex • Strengthening the “Letting Go Muscle” • Identifying and Eliminating your Stressors • Letting Go of Attachment and Disappointment • Letting Go of Negative Attitudes and Thoughts • Mind/Body/Spirit Anatomy • Learning the Value of the Breath • Meditation/Visualization • Prayer/Spirituality
The best part of these groups are that they are free (except the cost of the book and you can find it in many libraries!). We hope you will join us and others who have found support, community and healing through the Fully Fertile Book Club experience.
Beth and Tami
Join a Book Group Today!
Get with the program! Join us for a unique and healing experience at Pulling Down the Moon®. Groups now in progress or starting soon!
Starting a Book Group of Your Own
If you are interested in starting a Fully Fertile™ book group in your area, just follow the steps below:
1. Download your “Fully Fertile Book Group Study Guide”. Put it in a binder and bring it to your group.
2. Become a “point person” in charge of generating interest for a group in your area.
3. Find a location where the group can meet for 13 consecutive weeks (coffee shop, library conference room, doctor’s office waiting room, someone’s home). Meetings last an hour and a half. The location can change during the course of the session, as long as the group members agree to the change of venue.