ULC is headed by Pieter Kruger and Stephen Jeffery, two doctors who are driven by a desire to improve the quality of life of women with pelvic floor disorders and benign gynaecologic conditions.
The focus of this clinic is to bring the expertise of two physicians to the complex field of urogynaecology and laparoscopy in a team based approach. They are ably assisted by other urologists and colorectal surgeons in the management of complex cases.
They also have a broad research interest. Together they share an academic position in urogynaecology at the University of Cape Town where they are actively involved in the training of medical students and postgraduate medical doctors.
Personal Transformation Coach
Anni, the Lead Practitioner at Alchemica Personal Transformation and Coaching, supports clients to make their dreams a reality through guiding them to improve how they think about themselves, their dreams and the world they live in. Combining thought-focused coaching and western esotericism allows her to develop unique coaching sessions that drive insights into actions and dreams being realized. The Alchemica approach offers diverse methods for analyzing personal priorities, defining ideas, expanding insights, developing plans, evaluating actions and unpacking dilemmas. Sessions also include techniques and modalities to focus the mind, relax the body, cope with stress and improve motivation.
Anni is a member of the NeuroLeadership Institute (www.neuroleadership.org) and COMENSA (www.comensa.org.za)
Rona Mirimi Cutisteanu
For many years we thought that we only have 2 solutions for our menstrual blood - either tampons or pads. Both options are disposable and at their time, they were the best new method. Women were so happy to not have to deal with their blood. We were taught by society that our blood is not clean, it’s disgusting, something we are not supposed to talk about and with time we have internalized those messages and moved away from our connection to our bodies, our menstrual cycles, our femininity.
Fortunately, there is now a big movement in the world to pay more attention to our bodies, to be mindful of what we put in it and to take better care of the environment. Now we are beginning to understand that those disposable solutions are in fact not so great!
In my talk we will discuss the risks in using disposable menstrual products and we will look at some of the healthier options available on the market. I will sell a few of them at my stall. Menstrual cups will be the highlight of this focus.
Rona Mirimi Baby Development Support
Verte Natural Products
Iris Cup Menstrual Cups
Life Coach and Work/Life Design Strategist
Sarah studied a BA (hons) at the University of London and completed her coaching certification though Strong Foundation. She specialises in transformational, performance, relationship & marriage coaching. She is a speaker and runs various workshops equipping women to design a life they love.