Welcome to Interview with The Collective, an interview series including our Featured Collective Members from past + current editions of Cycles Journal. Through these blog posts, we'll be sharing their wisdom and highlighting their field of focus. 

What brought you to this path of healing work?

My first step into working in the healing space was completing my first yoga teacher training in 2017. I found yoga after a very difficult time in my life and it brought me back to my Self. From there, I've explored and continued education in feminine health and embodiment, massage and Ayurveda.

What helps you feel the most connected to your womb & cycles?

Cycles journal has had a profound impact on my connection with my womb and cycle. I feel so much more prepared for my bleed and I understand my inner rhythms and flow of energy so much better than I did before I picked up this journal.

What healing remedies, rituals and/or practices help you throughout certain phases of your cycle?

One of my favorite things to do during my bleed is to collect my moon blood and offer it to the Earth in prayer. I also try to limit my work schedule and take extra time to rest during this time.


What does nature mean to you?

Being in nature allows me to come back to myself, to clear my mind and to see the magic and beauty all around me. No matter the season, I can go for a walk in the woods and find solace in Mother Nature.

What are you currently offering & working on?

I currently offer 1:1 Ayurvedic Health Coaching, virtual and in-person yoga and breathwork sessions and massage sessions in my local community. I am working on creating more group offerings in the upcoming year!

Where can we find more from you online?

@iambekabright @brightwellnessindy


Do you have any words of wisdom for our audience?

Consistency with Cycles Journal really can lead to profound realizations. Even if you just fill out the chart daily, you can see so many patterns and from that, make adjustment to live in more alignment and ease <3

December 02, 2022 — Team Cycles Journal

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