Exercise, Energy, and Your Cycle with Berrion Berry

While periods are a natural part of our cycle, pain is not. For some women, this news may be shocking. Despite what you may think, periods shouldn’t be painful. Today’s guest, Berrion Berry, is a menstrual health educator who helps women have simple and uncomplicated periods. She helps women find ways to optimize their flow and understand their cycle in a deeper and new way. 

In this conversation, Berrion and Robin discuss cycle syncing, the different phases of the cycle, and how to honor our cycle with our fitness routine. Berrion shares an abundance of knowledge to help educate you on your cycle, stress management, and how you, too, can be in better flow.

Show highlights: what you can look forward to in this episode!

  • How Berrion became a menstrual health educator 
  • What inspired Berrion to help other women fix their periods 
  • Things we should all know about our cycle that most women don’t
  • The four phases of the menstrual cycle 
  • Berrion’s daily journal prompts to stay in touch with herself 
  • Giving ourselves permission to pause + to not be perfect 
  • Honoring your body in your workouts 
  • Ways to manage pain that aren’t birth control 
  • The biggest “aha” moments to improve your lifestyle 
  • The importance of regulating stress 
  • How Berrion aligns her daily life with flow
  • How Berrion decides what to say yes or no to, and operates using the B.I.G. method 

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5 thoughts on “Exercise, Energy, and Your Cycle with Berrion Berry”

  1. valentina karpenko

    And even if you’re post menopausal, your body still goes through the same cycle of depletion & we need to rest & slow down. Thank you for this, Robin!!!!!

  2. Kimberly Bickford

    For myself, one thing that has made a big difference in my periods is stopping the use of disposable pads. When I learned of all the ick that is in tampons and disposable pads, I switched to reusable and it took a few months, but my cramping is none to slight and putting a little fennel essential oil on my tummy takes care of that. I have 1-2 days of heavy flow as compared to 2-3 previously. Plus my periods tend to be a bit shorter. When you know better, you do better. This was a good podcast. I really enjoyed learning what the four phases to the menstrual cycle are because I had no idea!

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