Women and health
#adiatalks is a series of meetups with specialists in women’s health where we are creating a safe space to talk. No subject is taboo for women and health. Just empowering conversations.
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Let’s talk about women and health in person
We’ll be hosting a number of meet-ups in London with Doctors and inspiring female thought leaders. With our fertility experts we hope to answer your most pressing questions, inspire you and create a community of like-minded people.
We’ll be hosting online meet-ups where you can ask your questions directly to leading experts in the field of women’s health including fertility, nutrition, emotional health and much more. We’re here to answer all your most pressing questions.
I am here to help women and their partners with their questions about fertility and sperm health so they can feel more empowered in their conception journey.
Linda Farahani - OBGYN and fertility specialist
I am here to help you navigate the sometimes confusing journey of conception and pregnancy. I am also passionate about helping women better understand their periods and early pregnancy complications.
Jessica Farren - OBGYN and early pregnancy specialist
I am passionate about providing people with information so they can feel more empowered in their health choices.
Imogen Staveley - GP with special interest in pregnancy
I am here to answer any questions about holistic therapies that can help complement medical support.
Gowri Mohta - Holistic therapist focused on fertility, pregnancy and birth
I am passionate about helping women adopt healthier habits pre, during and post pregnancy.
Katie Dalrymple - Nutritionist specialising in maternal and fetal nutrition
I am here to guide you through meditation, give tips on relaxation and how to incorporate exercise during conception, pregnancy and after
Clare Connolly - Mindfulness coach and yoga teacher
I am here to support women and their partners emotionally through conception and pregnancy
Camilla Rosan - Clinical psychologist