In this episode
- What motivated Jennifer to work with Sophie
- The lab results that confirmed her issues
- Her journey detoxing from mold, going gluten-free, and healing estrogen excess
- How her increased energy levels gave her the motivation to begin working out again
- Healing her relationship with movement, dance, and strength training
- Her decision to continue detoxing after the first 6 months
- Cycle synching and how it helped Jennifer regain control of her life
- Jennifer’s discovery that her chronic BV was actually vulvodynia
This week, I’m joined by one of my favorite clients, Jennifer Vargas, to share her success story of working with me to heal her body and get her energetic self back.
Jennifer was experiencing frustrating PMS symptoms that were affecting her daily life. After coming to me for help, she was able to rid her body of mold, balance her gut, improve painful PMS symptoms, and even begin to heal her relationship with herself through exercise and dance.
In this episode, we talk about her motivation to seek help outside of traditional medicine, what steps we took to reveal her issues and begin to heal them, the movement practice that helped motivate her to exercise again (and enjoy it!), and her journey through a BV misdiagnosis that later was discovered as vulvodynia.
Pain doesn’t have to be chronic, and seeking help shouldn’t be scary or frustrating. I hope Jennifer’s story motivates anyone struggling out there to seek help and find someone who will not only listen, but will also work alongside you to get to the root cause of what’s going on.
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