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031: Womens Holistic Health: Helping With Fertility, Pregnancy and Postpartum

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As a baby massage instructor, I’m a big fan of holistic health and the many wonderful ways it can help. Womens holistic health is no exception and there’s some great help on offer for fertility, pregnancy and postpartum.

In this episode I speak with Holly Leever who is a womens holistic health practitioner and you’ll hear from Holly about practises she uses to help women in these areas, including yoni steaming, arvigo abdominal massage and acupuncture.

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About Holly Leever


Holly Leever

Holly Leever is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, yoni steam therapist & Arvigo abdominal therapist that specializes in womens holistic health. She attended the New England School of Acupuncture and Emperor’s College. She graduated with a Master’s degree in traditional Oriental medicine in 2013.

While pursuing her degree, Holly was blessed with many amazing clinical opportunities exposing her to a wide variety of conditions. Her training included internships at the Boston Medical Center, Venice Family Center and the Disney Cancer Center. She also volunteered abroad with the PanAfrican Acupuncture Project in Uganda, Africa and the One World Health Project in Kandy, Sri Lanka.

Holly continues to expand her knowledge in the area of women’s health and Chinese herbal medicine through studying with a variety of leading specialists in the field. She also completed a 2-year graduate mentorship program with Sharon Weizenbaum.

In addition to acupuncture, Holly’s training included moxibustion, cupping, auriculotherapy, electro-acupuncture, gua sha and Chinese herbal medicine. She is also qualified to make dietary and lifestyle recommendations based on Chinese medical theory.

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