Becoming a Natural Contraception and Fertility Awareness teacher is a path to creating empowering and awakening change within clients as they reclaim body confidence. It is an incredibly rewarding career add on that allows you to guide both menstruators, individuals and couples towards taking charge of their own reproductive health with natural and holistic methods.
As teachers of fertility awareness, you have the power to change lives. Enabling individuals to connect with their bodies, understand their menstrual cycles, and embrace their natural cyclical rhythms. This work is life-changing, as it unlocks the potential for individuals to take control of their reproductive health in an easy, simplistic and holistic practice that aligns with both the individuals (or couples) dreams, desires and goals.
If you’re interested in becoming a Natural Contraception and Fertility Awareness teacher, here are 4 steps to take to get started.
- Educate Yourself
The first step in becoming a Natural Contraception and Fertility Awareness teacher is education. To fully be able to support others in this area of women’s health it’s essential to have a deep understanding of the female reproductive system, including ovulation, menstruation, and the many different methods of contraception available.
Still today there are only a handful of ways to gain real and effective natural contraceptive and fertility knowledge. Exploring workshops, reading books, listening to podcasts, attending conferences or working one on one with a fertility coach for yourself is a wonderful way to gain self knowledge.
- Get Certified
Once you have a solid grounding understanding of the topic for yourself and your own body, the next step is to get certified, taking your knowledge to a new level of application and support for others. There still aren’t many educational institutions educating on this topic in a way that works for the average person, so we created one here at Cyclical School and for good reason. We know that getting certified not only gives you the credentials to teach others, but it also helps you stay up-to-date on the latest research and techniques in the field.
- Share your Knowledge
Once you’re certified, it’s time to start sharing your new fertility wisdom and whether starting or expanding your business service offerings. This can be a fun and exciting part of the process, as you get to put your creativity and marketing skills to work. Another important step in building your business is networking. Attending events, joining online women’s groups, connecting on social media and personally embodying a natural contraceptive method that best suits you and your cycle goals.
Start Teaching & Sharing
Finally, it’s time to start teaching! This can be one of the most rewarding parts of the being a trained Natural Contraception & Fertility Educator, helping and guiding menstruators and couples to take control of their reproductive health, their goals and make informed decisions about their bodies.
There are several ways to teach Natural Contraception and Fertility Awareness, including one-on-one sessions, group classes, and online courses. You can also offer workshops and seminars for healthcare professionals or other organisations.
- Educate Yourself
As you begin teaching, remember to keep things fun and exciting. We encourage using props, visual aids, and real-life examples to support your clients remembering and embodying these teachings. And don’t be afraid to inject some humour into your presentations like our founder Jema Lee does oh so well.
Becoming a Natural Contraception and Fertility Awareness teacher can be a fun and exciting career. By educating yourself, getting certified, building your business, and starting to teach, you can help menstruators and couples take control of their reproductive health and make informed decisions about their bodies.
Looking to add Natural Contraception & Fertility knowledge and support into your current career? Learn more about our 3 month intimate, personal and expansive Natural Contraception & Fertility Training, here. Download our Syllabus, Course Details and apply for our next intake.