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Fibroid Series 2021

Supporting Women in the African and Carribebean Diaspora

The Mission

The Fibroid Series 2021 health education programme will be delivered over 12 weeks through a carefully planned series of online sessions. Each session has been designed to present informative and engaging physical activities, seminars and live demonstrations to help manage and reduce the impacts of Fibroids.

Our Speakers

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Programme Breakdown

When: May 11

Session: The Fibroids Series: Welcome & Induction

Speaker: Candice Bryan

Details: This session welcomes women onto the course where we meet & greet, explore what lies ahead for the coming weeks, discuss expectations, course outcomes and meet the team behind the Fibroid Series 2021.

 

When: May 18

Session: An approach to identifying and managing fibroids from a General Practice perspective

Speaker: Dr Kamilah Vidale-Ellis

Details: This session will explore what are fibroids and the various types.  We’ll look at the symptoms, diagnosis-risk factors, causes, management and lifestyle measures and explore secondary care.

When: May 18

Session: 5 Keys to Eating, Living & Being Well with Fibroids

Speaker: Claudine J Thornhill

Details: This session will take a holistic approach to explore the dietary and lifestyle contributors to hormone imbalance and fibroids. We’ll look at how to address fibroids through a hormone balancing diet and a balanced lifestyle. Participants will leave with 5 practical tips that they can implement straight away to support their womb health both physically and emotionally.

When: June 1

Session: Food Preparation Techniques & Healthy Eating For Fibroids Management & Reduction

Speaker: Leah Salmon

Details: There is a definite link between diet and the development, symptoms and management of fibroids. Learning how your diet could be helping or hindering your journey with fibroids is vitally important, yet cost effective and easy to implement. During this session you’ll discover the link between diet and fibroids. as well as foods, recipes, food preparation techniques and natural supplements that can support your journey.

When: June 8

Session: Holistic Knowledge of womb healing & womb yoga through movement

Speaker: Charmaine (Heket) Murray

Details: This session will be a combination of information about how to womb cleanse using nature’s herbal medicine, movement through womb yoga to manage fibroids and balance out your hormones. We will cover diet and explore why is takes a holistic process to cleanse the womb.  A womb yoga practice to support to balance out feminine energies as well as get the body moving to aid in the womb cleansing process.

When: June 15

Session: Holistic Knowledge of womb healing & womb yoga through movement

Speaker: British Caribbean Doctors and Dentist Association (BCDD)

Detail: A conversation with members of the British Caribbean Doctors and Dentist Association with

  • Dr Stacey Picart, Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Dr Kamilah Vidale-Ellis, General Practitioner
  • Dr Stacey Bryan, General Practitioner & Subspecialty Trainee Gynaecological Oncology

When: June 22

Session: ‘Knock knock; womb’s there?’

Speaker: Judy Nkechukwu

Details: This workshop will be presented using a creative approach to look, listen, smell, taste and feel how and what our bodies might be telling us. Are we OK? Let’s find out with Judy Nkechukwu – Dramatherapist, Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor.

When: June 29

Session: Support Groups

Details: This session welcomes Fibroid Support Groups from across the UK to share important information about their services and how you can access further support.

When: July 6

Session: Eliminate Toxins through Breath Therapy and Mindfulness

Speaker: Imani Sorhaindo

Details: Stress is one of the major contributors to toxic-overload, leading to oestrogen imbalances and fibroids. This workshop aims to introduce women to correct breathing techniques as part of a daily detoxification programme, and to introduce practical strategies to heal and transform lives through the power of mindfulness and breathwork.

When: July 13

Session: Speak up and seek early diagnosis and appropriate treatment

Speaker: Elizabeth Amoaa

Details: This session delves into the world of the passionate Woman’s Reproductive Health Advocate Elizabeth Amoaa who shares her journey and why it’s incredibly important for women to speak up and seek early diagnosis.

When: July 20

Session: The role of herbal medicines for fibroids

Speaker: Marion Kandake Makonnen

Details: This session will help women to better their understanding of the categories of herbs used in fibroid treatment, understanding the importance of nutrition in fibroid treatment and managing the effects of fibroids herbally.

When: July 27

Session: The Fibroid Series:  Closing & Evaluation

Speaker: Abi Begho & Sandra Imazenobe

Details: This final session brings the programme to a close with open discussions, a look back on how we met your expectations and the next steps for you.

Week Date Speaker Session

Week 1

May 11

Candice Bryan

The Fibroid Series: Welcome & Induction

This session welcomes women onto the course where we meet & greet, explore what lies ahead for the coming weeks, discuss expectations, course outcomes and meet the team behind the Fibroid Series 2021.

Week 2

May 18

Dr Kamilah Vidale-Ellis

An approach to identifying and managing fibroids from a General Practice perspective

This session will explore what are fibroids and the various types. We’ll look at the symptoms, diagnosis-risk factors, causes, management and lifestyle measures and explore secondary care.

Week 3

May 25

Claudine J Thornhill

Hormone Harmony: 5 Keys to Eating, Living & Being Well with Fibroids

This session will take a holistic approach to explore the dietary and lifestyle contributors to hormone imbalance and fibroids. We'll look at how to address fibroids through a hormone balancing diet and a balanced lifestyle. Participants will leave with 5 practical tips that they can implement straight away to support their womb health both physically and emotionally.

Week 4

June 1

Leah Salmon

Food Preparation Techniques & Healthy Eating For Fibroids Management & Reduction

There is a definite link between diet and the development, symptoms and management of fibroids. Learning how your diet could be helping or hindering your journey with fibroids is vitally important, yet cost effective and easy to implement. During this session you'll discover the link between diet and fibroids. as well as foods, recipes, food preparation techniques and natural supplements that can support your journey.

Week 5

June 8

Charmaine (Heket) Murray

Holistic Knowledge of womb healing & womb yoga through movement

This session will be a combination of information about how to womb cleanse using nature's herbal medicine, movement through womb yoga to manage fibroids and balance out your hormones. We will cover diet and explore why is takes a holistic process to cleanse the womb.  A womb yoga practice to support to balance out feminine energies as well as get the body moving to aid in the womb cleansing process.

Week 6

June 15

British Caribbean Doctors and Dentist Association (BCDD)

A conversation with members of the British Caribbean Doctors and Dentist Association (BCDD)

A conversation with members of the British Caribbean Doctors and Dentist Association with:

  • Dr Stacey Picart, Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Dr Kamilah Vidale-Ellis, General Practitioner
  • Dr Stacey Bryan, General Practitioner & Subspecialty Trainee Gynaecological Oncology, Dramatherapist, Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor.

Week 7

June 22

Judy Nkechukwu

'Knock knock; womb's there?'

This workshop will be presented using a creative approach to look, listen, smell, taste and feel how and what our bodies might be telling us. Are we OK? Let's find out with Judy Nkechukwu - Dramatherapist, Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor.

Week 8

June 29

Support Groups

A conversation with Fibroid Support Groups

This session welcomes Fibroid Support Groups from across the UK to share important information about their services and how you can access further support.

Week 9

July 6

Imani Sorhaindo

Eliminate Toxins through Breath Therapy and Mindfulness

Stress is one of the major contributors to toxic-overload, leading to oestrogen imbalances and fibroids. This workshop aims to introduce women to correct breathing techniques as part of a daily detoxification programme, and to introduce practical strategies to heal and transform lives through the power of mindfulness and breathwork.

Week 10

July 13

Elizabeth Amoaa

Speak up and seek early diagnosis and appropriate treatment

This session delves into the world of the passionate Woman’s Reproductive Health Advocate Elizabeth Amoaa who shares her journey and why it’s incredibly important for women to speak up and seek early diagnosis.

Week 11

July 20

Marion Kendake Makonnen

The role of herbal medicines for fibroids

This session will help women to better their understanding of the categories of herbs used in fibroid treatment, understanding the importance of nutrition in fibroid treatment and managing the effects of fibroids herbally.

Week 12

July 27

Abi Begho & Sandra Imazenobe

The Fibroid Series:  Closing & Evaluation

This final session brings the programme to a close with open discussions, a look back on how we met your expectations and the next steps for you.

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We are proud to be supported by the following organizations

  • Week 1 - May 11
  • Week 2 - May 18
  • Week 3 - May 25
  • Week 4 - June 1
  • Week 5 - June 8
  • Week 6 - June 15
  • Week 7 - June 22
  • Week 8 - June 29
  • Week 9 - July 6
  • Week 10 - July 13
  • Week 11 - July 20
  • Week 12 - July 27

The Fibroid Series: Welcome & Induction - Candice Bryan

This session welcomes women onto the course where we meet & greet, explore what lies ahead for the coming weeks, discuss expectations, course outcomes and meet the team behind the Fibroid Series 2021.

An approach to identifying and managing fibroids from a General Practice perspective - Dr Kamilah Vidale-Ellis

This session will explore what are fibroids and the various types.  We’ll look at the symptoms, diagnosis-risk factors, causes, management and lifestyle measures and  explore secondary care.

Hormone Harmony: 5 Keys to Eating, Living & Being Well with Fibroids - Claudine J Thornhill

This session will take a holistic approach to explore the dietary and lifestyle contributors to hormone imbalance and fibroids. We'll look at how to address fibroids through a hormone balancing diet and a balanced lifestyle. Participants will leave with 5 practical tips that they can implement straight away to support their womb health both physically and emotionally.

Food Preparation Techniques & Healthy Eating For Fibroids Management & Reduction – Leah Salmon

There is a definite link between diet and the development, symptoms and management of fibroids. Learning how your diet could be helping or hindering your journey with fibroids is vitally important, yet cost effective and easy to implement. During this session, you'll discover the link between diet and fibroids. as well as foods, recipes, food preparation techniques and natural supplements that can support your journey.

Holistic knowledge of womb healing & womb yoga through movement- Charmaine (Heket) Murray

This session will be a combination of information about how to womb cleanse using nature's herbal medicine, movement through womb yoga to manage fibroids and balance out your hormones. We will cover diet and explore why is takes a holistic process to cleanse the womb.  A womb yoga practice to support to balance out feminine energies as well as get the body moving to aid in the womb cleansing process.

Global Fibroids Alliance (GFA)

A conversation with members of the Global Fibroid Alliance (GFA)

This workshop will be presented using a creative approach to look, listen, smell, taste and feel how and what our bodies might be telling us. Are we OK? Let's find out with Judy Nkechukwu - Dramatherapist, Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor.

'Knock knock; womb's there?' - Judy Nkechukwu

This workshop will be presented using a creative approach to look, listen, smell, taste and feel how and what our bodies might be telling us. Are we OK? Let's find out with Judy Nkechukwu - Dramatherapist, Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor.

Support Groups This session welcomes Fibroid Support Groups from across the UK to share important information about their services and how you can access further support.

Eliminate Toxins through Breath Therapy and Mindfulness - Imani Sorhaindo

Stress is one of the major contributors to toxic-overload, leading to oestrogen imbalances and fibroids. This workshop aims to introduce women to correct breathing techniques as part of a daily detoxification programme, and to introduce practical strategies to heal and transform lives through the power of mindfulness and breathwork.

Speak up and seek early diagnosis and appropriate treatment. – Elizabeth Amoaa 

This session delves into the world of the passionate Woman’s Reproductive Health Advocate Elizabeth Amoaa who shares her journey and why it’s incredibly important for women to speak up and seek early diagnosis.

To be announced soon

The Fibroid Series:  Closing & Evaluation - Abi Begho & Sandra Imazenobe

This final session brings the programme to a close with open discussions, a look back on how we met your expectations and the next steps for you.