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The Plan to Create an Inclusive Cycle Syncing Community with SANZA Cycle




As someone who has always been interested in holistic health practices, I was immediately intrigued when I first heard about cycle syncing. Aligning my diet, exercise routine, and other daily habits with my menstrual cycle seemed natural and intuitive to support my overall health and well-being.




So, I dove headfirst into process syncing, reading every book I could get my hands on and experimenting with different strategies to see what worked best for me.


After about a year of practice, cycle syncing has been a game-changer. I feel more in tune with my body and its natural rhythms. I have also noticed significant improvements in my energy levels, mood, and overall health. I have learned to listen to my body and give it what it needs at different points in my cycle, whether that means more rest during my period or more intense exercise during ovulation.





However, as I delved deeper into the world of cycle syncing, I also became aware that many of the resources available were geared primarily towards cisgender women. This was frustrating and alienating as I know many trans and non-binary people that could also benefit from this way of living. I know that cycle syncing can benefit everyone, regardless of gender identity. I wanted to create a community that reflected that.\


My goal now is to form an inclusive community of individuals who understand that cycle syncing does not only benefit people who identify as women but everyone in the LGBTQIA+ community. By coming together and sharing our experiences, we can create a more inclusive and supportive space for all.




One way to form this community is by focusing on Queer BIPOC individuals and helping them sync to the moon, nature, and their internal clocks. By centring on the experiences and perspectives of people of colour, we can create a genuinely inclusive and diverse community that celebrates all its members' unique perspectives and needs.


Acknowledging that white voices and perspectives have often dominated the holistic health and wellness world is essential. This has led to erasing and marginalizing of many vital traditions and practices passed down over generations in BIPOC communities.


By creating a community that centres on the experiences and perspectives of BIPOC individuals, we can work towards reclaiming and celebrating these traditions and practices.

I also believe it is essential to approach cycle syncing from an intersectional perspective, recognizing that various factors, including race, ethnicity, class, ability, and more, shape our experiences with our menstrual cycles. By creating a community committed to examining and dismantling systems of oppression, we can work towards creating a more just and equitable world for all.





So, you're interested in learning more about cycle syncing and joining a community of like-minded individuals. In that case, I encourage you to reach out to me, and we can work on ideas to form this community of like-minded souls. Whether through social media, online forums, or in-person meetups, there are many ways to communicate with others on a similar journey.


Together, we can create a world where cycle syncing is seen as a natural and intuitive way to support our health and well-being, regardless of gender identity or background. So let's come together and create a community that celebrates all its members' unique perspectives and needs. We can learn from each other and grow together in our health, wellness, and self-discovery journey.

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