I would like to take the opportunity to personally thank you for choosing to attend  the Fertile Life Seminar

I am very excited at the prospect of working closely with you over the course of the training and assisting you to achieve your desired outcomes.

I’m sure that you have some questions about logistics as well as how the workshops will be run. It is my intention to provide you with as much information as you require so that you will be well prepared for the workshop.

How will the workshop be run?

As a facilitator, I like my participants to have fun and enjoy themselves while learning in new and different ways. Most importantly, I want my participants to develop and demonstrate deeply embodied skill. Of course, we will be teaching concepts, theories and principles but at the end of the day, it’s what you’re ACTUALLY able to do with your NEW skills that really matter, not how well you can talk about what you could POTENTIALLY do. As such, the learning environment will be set up to ensure that experiential learning can occur.

What should I bring?

An learners mind –Bring all your questions, Bring a beginners mind and a sense of curiosity

CASE STUDIES – Part of the weekend will be dedicated to CASE STUDIES. I will present case studies, but what is even better is for you to bring ones that you are stuck on or a brand new one.  This will allow you to see how the Fertile Life Detective System is used from beginning to end.

I am  passionate about learning and know that you all learn differently, so bring a cushion, small bean bag, blankets or whatever makes you comfortable plus an open mind and a spirit of curiosity

There is are no printed handouts (I love trees).  You will be given a download link 1 week before hand to access notes for this course but feel free to bring your Laptop, iPad or paper to take notes.

Will there be food?

Lunch is not provided.  There are plenty of cafés around the area to have lunch or you can bring your own as there is a small kitchen to heat up food and boil the kettle for tea.

What are the dates?

Friday 21st-23rd July 2023

What are the start and finish times?

The workshop will run from 9 am – 4.30-5.30 pm.

We will start at 9am sharp in order to optimise our day.

It is requested that all participants please be at the venue by approximately 8:30 am in order to start on time

Where will the training be held?

The workshop will be held at:

Amy Bell, Level 2, Suite 3 & 4, 10A Atherton Rd, Oakleigh VIC 3166

Parking: There is lots of parking around, in particular there is free parking at the park directly across the road from the venue

Here is a link to it on Google Maps https://goo.gl/maps/YSiCnFtRmeZNXhzSA

Live stream information?

The live stream will be via Zoom, you will be sent a link 1 week before the workshop.  You will be able to ask questions and interact through out the course.  Please email t let me know if you will be live-streaming in.

Access to the recording plus monthly Q&A?

There was an opportunity at the checkout to upgrade to my online platform.  This gives you access to the recording of the seminar, monthly live Q&A session with me that will be recorded for later viewing,  access to my IICMC and Connection conference talks plus loads of other bonus content.  And most importantly becoming part of the Fertile Life Forum where the community and myself can answer all your questions for continued learning.  Want to jump on board here is the link, yes is still $220 – usually $999


What if I have other questions that haven’t yet been answered?

If you have any further questions then please feel free to email me at kirstenwolfeacademy@gmail.com

I have a huge amount of info to go through over the three days, and I like to structure our courses around what you would like more information on, so I highly encourage you to email me with what particular things you would like covered.

I thoroughly look forward to seeing you on the workshop in March and spending 3 fun-filled days with you, while we explore everything fertility, we will work together to unlock your potential to achieve great things!

Warm regards,

Kirsten Wolfe