Natural Healing For Women, By Women. Our Programs Explained.
Our 12-week Programs come with a 90-day money-back guarantee. That’s how confident we are you’ll get results!
There is a plethora of research which proves that natural healing methods work. 14, 15, 16 for symptoms like incontinence, prolapse or abdominal separation.
Often, traditional (male-designed) ‘one-size fits all’ treatments for women’s health problems aren’t successful.
Here’s a little comparison between us and standard care:
|Root Cause Solutions|
|1-1 Dedicated Practitioner|
|Time Commitment||15 min / day||Hours: Driving to/having in-office appointments|
|100% Money Back Guarantee|
|Out Of Pocket*||$349||$1000|
|New Science & Methods|
Conventional medicine favours “bandaid” solutions which treat symptoms rather than the root cause of a problem. Symptoms can get you down. MoonRise is about digging deep. Whether the cause is physical, mental, or lifestyle based – we’ll get you there to unpack and eliminate.
Customized care isn’t a thing in current conventional medicine. This is despite researchers knowing it speeds up healing, improves quality of life, and is cheaper in the long-run. MoonRise knows this too. The difference is, we make use of that knowledge.
Your time isn’t just money. It’s a resource you’ll never get back. In the USA, it takes 24 days to get a new doctor’s appointment that lasts 15.7 minutes. At MoonRise, your personal coach responds to all your queries within 24 hours during weekdays. No transportation stress. No waiting room restlessness. Chat to your coach whenever you need, as often as you like.
Have pelvic pain? Expect to pay up to $20,898 per year for out of pocket for conventional “fixes”. One of the great things about natural, holistic health is its price tag. Get coached in tried and true solutions for the cost of your morning coffee. Still evidence-based. Still rated 9/10 by real women like you. Just affordable.
A long history of gender bias in conventional medicine means women’s treatments are often based on men’s bodies. That’s why MoonRise has a dedicated Science Team that keeps us up-to-date on the latest clinical trials and cutting-edge research. We’re open-minded and ready to explore all options if it means you heal faster, smarter, and more comfortably.
Loneliness is associated with worse physical health, worse mental health, and worse lifestyle habits. At MoonRise, you’re surrounded by like-minded women looking for better health, at different stages of their journeys. Many want to share what they’ve learnt along the way with you. It should never be about treating symptoms alone. It should always be about holistic health and community support.
To get started, you’ll complete our initial health assessment form with specific questions about the symptoms and conditions you are facing. Your responses help us build your program.
Based on your answers in the initial health assessment form, our practitioners design the first half of your 12-week program. You will see it posted on your personal online schedule within 3 days.
Engage in powerful 10 to 20 minute sessions with follow-along videos that include clear, guided instructions from your dedicated practitioner. Practice daily and stay consistent, for the best chance at seeing results.
With access to a tracking tool to record how you are feeling each week, we assess changes in symptoms and rate your overall mood. The knowledge and insights gained from this tool become invaluable to your healing progress.
You will receive regular “check-in” and encouragement messages during your 12-week program to reflect on how well your program has worked. This will help us make adjustments to your plan if needed. The more information you provide, the more we can guide and support you!
Feeling you are not alone is a key part of why our programs are loved. Being able to vent and check-in with women who are exactly where your are is so important to your journey.
We have also just launched hosted group Zoom calls and are working on weekend retreats!
To activate your Parasympathetic Nervous System. Working with your body’s own healing engine, we accelerate recovery.
Cultivate a reactivated fascia and reflexive pelvic floor. with Block Therapy, Hypopressives, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Massage & more.
Diet, habit building, bathing routines, sleep support and herbs are some of the many techniques that support a holistic recovery.
* Measured through weekly user surveys for the whole duration of 12-weeks.
** Supplemented with data from a Mid-Program Check-In at Week 6 and End Program Feedback at Week 12
*** Total number of participants: 28
We use natural healing solutions that are clinically proven through empirical evidence – a fancy way of saying evidence collected through observation or experimentation.
No surgery. No invasive procedures. Just mind, body, and lifestyle management with personalised guidance for your unique needs.
Our hero healing programs address two of the biggest issues women face — Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, which affects almost 50% of women6, and Diastasis Recti, that one in three women who have had children suffer from.7
More than 9/10 participants recommend it. But if it’s not right for you, we believe you should get your money back. That’s why our programs come with a 90-day money back guarantee, so you can try them 100% financially risk free!
A randomized controlled trial of 10 scheduled treatments of Myofascial Physical Therapy
Experimental review of nervous system in pelvic floor dysfunctions – autonomic neuroscience, 2019
Mindfulness based treatment for incontinence, published in Female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery
The Pelvic Floor Fascia could play a key role in alleviating chronic pelvic pain.
The vagal tone is correlated with capacity to regulate stress responses and can be influenced by breathing…
A randomized controlled trial activating myofascial strings to alleviate pelvic challenges.
This study shows that exercises such as Hypopressives can help reduce symptoms …
This neural activity went on to predict changes in sedentary behavior consistent with successful affirmation in response to a separate physical activity intervention…
A large body of literature demonstrates that self-affirmations have benefits across threatening situations; affirmations can decrease stress, increase well being, and make people more open to behavior change…
1 Samulowitz, A., Gremyr, I., Eriksson, E., & Hensing, G. (2018). “Brave men” and “emotional women”: A theory-guided literature review on gender bias in health care and gendered norms towards patients with chronic pain. Pain Research and Management, 2018, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/6358624
2 Dekkers, T., & Hertroijs, D. (2018). Tailored Healthcare: Two Perspectives on the Development and Use of Patient Profiles. Advances in therapy, 35(9), 1453–1459. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12325-018-0765-2
3 Arnouk A, De E, Rehfuss A, Cappadocia C, Dickson S, Lian F. Physical, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine in the Treatment of Pelvic Floor Disorders. Curr Urol Rep. 2017 Jun;18(6):47. doi: 10.1007/s11934-017-0694-7. PMID: 28585105.
4 Gardner, B., Lally, P., & Wardle, J. (2012). Making health habitual: the psychology of ‘habit-formation’ and general practice. The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, 62(605), 664–666. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp12X659466
5 Navarro Brazález, B., Sánchez Sánchez, B., Prieto Gómez, V., De La Villa Polo, P., McLean, L., & Torres Lacomba, M. (2020). Pelvic floor and abdominal muscle responses during hypopressive exercises in women with pelvic floor dysfunction. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 39(2), 793–803. https://doi.org/10.1002/nau.24284
6 Hallock, J. L., & Handa, V. L. (2016). The Epidemiology of Pelvic Floor Disorders and Childbirth: An Update. Obstetrics and gynecology clinics of North America, 43(1), 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ogc.2015.10.008
7 Sperstad JB, Tennfjord MK, Hilde G, et alDiastasis recti abdominis during pregnancy and 12 months after childbirth: prevalence, risk factors and report of lumbopelvic painBritish Journal of Sports Medicine 2016;50:1092-1096.
8 Berrol, C. F. (1992). The neurophysiologic basis of the mind-body connection in dance/movement therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 14(1), 19–29. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00844132
9 Umeda, Naoki, Gut flora “The second brain” connects Eastern and Western medicine: Intestinal hyper-permeability or qi deficiency can affect brain, mind, and whole body. Longhua Chinese Medicine 2019
10 Kolacz, Jacek; Kovacic, Katja K.; Porges, Stephen W, Traumatic stress and the autonomic brain‐gut connection in development: Polyvagal Theory as an integrative framework for psychosocial and gastrointestinal pathology https://booksc.org/book/75075261/674f6d
11 Simmons, Kyle W., Avery, J. A., Barcalow, J. C., Bodurka, J., Drevets, W. C., & Bellgowan, P. (2012). Keeping the body in mind: Insula functional organization and functional connectivity integrate interoceptive, exteroceptive, and emotional awareness. Human Brain Mapping, aop. https://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.22113*
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