YONI STEAMING: HOW AND WHY TO PRACTICE

‘Yoni Steams are a beautiful way to bring warm steam and heat to the pelvis and to the womb, increasing circulation and energy flow. The moist heat opens up the pores of the tissues and the botanical infused water vapor delivers the medicinal benefits of the plants, including volatile oils directly to the pelvic tissue.

NAOMI LOVE

I talk to Naomi Love, of Wise Womb Medicine Path about the sacred and ancient practice of Yoni Steaming, or Womb Steaming as it’s also known.

Naomi was very generous with her information and tells us;

  • The benefits of Yoni Steaming
  • How to decide which herbs to choose
  • How to set up our steaming station

This episode is packed full of juicy wisdom from Naomi’s many years experience working with women and herbs. 

ABOUT NAOMI

Naomi currently lives on Maui and travels around the globe teaching the Wise Womb Medicine Path. She is a devotee of life, of learning to ride the waves, and navigate through this wild ride of life.

Her work is evolutionary, supporting transformation, empowerment and growth and she has become a master weaver after twenty five years of education & experience in the healing & temple arts.

She is first and foremost a ShapeShifter, devoted to personal growth.

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