Support. Nurture. Empower. These are at the core of what Pink Elephants is about. Whether you’re on an infertility journey, have suffered miscarriages or both, we want to support you as you grieve, nurture you as you heal and empower you as you move beyond. We want to do this through the information and resources … Continue reading Lean on Me – a support like no other
I’m a 38 year old Londoner now living in Australia and my wife has asked me to write a few words on Miscarriage (Miss Courage) – through the eyes of a man. This is honestly the first thing I’ve written in 22 years and it’s 5am, so here goes! Being a West Ham fan from England I liken … Continue reading Miss Courage – A Man’s View
Research sadly shows that approximately one in five pregnancies result in miscarriage. By following a preconception health care plan, treatment by a Naturopath aims to reduce the incidence of miscarriage and support pregnancy and foetal health. The preconception period is recognised as being very important to the health of a future baby. Sperm formation can take … Continue reading Seeing a Naturopath for Miscarriage – Belinda Kirkpatrick
WARNING! Reiki comes with some pretty cool side effects Reduces stress, anxiety, depression, helps to reduce blood pressure, rejuvinates the bodies own healing abilities, accelerates healing, aids better sleep, stimulates the immune system, treats arthritis, behavioural problems, emotional and mental issues, provides clarity & positive thinking, removes energetic blockages and promotes relaxation. Reiki is: A healing technique based … Continue reading An Introduction to Reiki by Charlie @ Embodime
You may be wondering, ‘Why Pink Elephants?’ so we thought we’d explain the meaning behind the name. Pink is somewhat obvious, traditionally being associated with love, nurturing, care, understanding, compassion, and it’s typically associated with females. Elephants originally came to mind because of the saying, ‘Elephants never forget’, which we thought was entirely appropriate for … Continue reading Why Pink Elephants?