Red Tent Sisters
holistic fertility, sexuality & contraceptive solutions
   

Welcome!

At Red Tent Sisters we pride ourselves on providing women with the tools you need to make informed choices about natural fertility, sexuality and birth control. Are you trying to get pregnant? Looking to buy your first (or next!) vibrator? Trying desperately to find a natural form of birth control that actually works? If so, you have come to the right place.

 


 
Media

Sisters Amy and Kim Sedgwick, Red Tent Sisters co-founders, are available for media interviews and speaking engagements with health, environmental, mother, school or community groups.

Amy’s speaking topics:
· women’s reproductive and sexual health issues
· natural contraception
· increasing fertility
· Justisse Method
· Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage™
· environmentally- and health-conscious menstrual products and practices
· health and environmental concerns of birth control pill

Amy’s bio
Amy Sedgwick has a B.Sc. in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto. After working as a clinician, Amy moved into a program development role promoting wellness and alternative health strategies for patients and staff at a local Toronto hospital. Amy is currently studying to be a Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner through Justisse Healthworks for Women. She is also a professional practitioner of the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage™. Amy has studied American Sign Language and signs with her three year old daughter, Mattea. Amy is co-founder of Red Tent Sisters and Ecosex.ca.

Kim’s speaking topics:
· health and environmental dangers of phthalates, parabens, and other endocrine disrupters
· eco-friendly sex toys and products, how to choose them; how to use them
· how to introduce toys to a lover
· eco-friendly contraception
· environmentally- and health-conscious menstrual products and practices

Kim’s bio
Kim Sedgwick has a B.A. in Gender Studies and English from King's College. She is actively involved in women's advocacy and gender equity issues. Kim co-founded the Gender and Women's Studies Society at Dalhousie University in 2005 as well as the academic journal the margin. In 2005 Kim performed in the Halifax production of The Vagina Monologues. Kim is co-founder of Red Tent Sisters and Ecosex.ca.

To reach Amy or Kim, call 416-463-8368.


 
 

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