Abi Denyer-Bewick is a neurodivergent sea creature. She starts each day at dawn with a swim in the wild ocean, before starting work on her laptop from her office-van, watching the waves through the open door. She is a passionate advocate for cyclical living, and a lover of the seasonal changes in nature and in ourselves.
Abi loves inspiring people who menstruate to reclaim their power around their own health. She holds a kind, welcoming space for people to experience a deep, nourishing intimacy with themselves through their cycle. In her desire to make this work available to all people who menstruate her work is gender diverse, including the LGBTQ+ community and men. Since being diagnosed with both autism and ADHD Abi has found the cycle to be a profoundly stabilising anchor
After qualifying with a degree in Psychology and Counselling, she worked as a behavioural therapist, which sparked a passion for the connection between diet and mental health. For over a decade she has been running a successful nutritional therapy - and more recently a functional medicine practice to support holistic health and wellbeing.
After trying to conceive for 10 years, and an experience of miscarriage, navigating grief and the complex territory of unfulfilled longings has supported Abi to cultivate a particular sensitivity and appreciation for those who are childless, whether this is by choice or not.
Knowing that "it takes a village” to pretty much do anything important in life, she facilitates circles and community ceremonies to inspire people to connect with themselves, with each other and with nature, as a way to manifest health within their greater community.
Abi’s work is rich and delicious, exploring all facets of what it means to be relational humans. As a Yoga teacher and Body Poet she is passionate about body autonomy, consent and pleasure – which she fondly calls Vitamin P. She has developed her own original series of intimacy practices called Sensual Kink. Abi remains convinced that everything we do in life can be improved by slowing down, breathing and listening to the wisdom held in the body.
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