Honor Your Sacredness
About My Sacred Yoni
From menstruation to menopause, the womb space is the creative center of the universe and a sacred embodiment that should be honored. It is the sense of feminine life-creating regenerative and reproductive organs, and the sense of "source, origin, fountain, place of birth, nest, abode, the fire pit of incubation.
The term yoni is a Sanskrit word that broadly refers to "female sexual and procreative organs." It is interpreted to mean the womb, literally.
Your yoni is a sacred place with ancestral connections. It creates a link between who we are as women and the maternal lineage we have, making us share some facets of these women's personalities, moods, and desires. All related to who we are, the pain the trauma, the strength, and courage are all shared through this female line.
What is a Yoni and What are the Benefits?
Decreases in pain, bloating and exhaustion correlated with menstruation
Reduces heavy menstrual flow, irregular or absent menstrual cycles
Healing and toning of the reproductive system after giving birth
Supports the detoxification of the womb and body
Assists the healing of vaginal tear, episiotomy, or C-section scar(s)
Relieves signs of menopause including dryness or pain
Helps to contract the vaginal canal
Diminishes discomfort of uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, uterine weakness, uterine prolapse & endometriosis
Revives the bacterial and ph balance to aid in the prevention of odors, infections, and bacterial vaginosis.
"Never Let Your Mind Bully Your Body."
- JUNE TOMASO WOOD
Frequently asked questions
What does Yoni mean?
The term yoni is a Sanskrit word that broadly refers to "female sexual and procreative organs." It is interpreted to mean the womb literally. When used, it connotes the female reproductive organs such as vagina, vulva, and uterus.
What size Yoni egg do I need?
The smaller the size the harder it is to feel the egg. General rule of thumb – women that gave birth and women after 50 will need to start with a larger egg. Otherwise size medium is your best bet. Small eggs are not for petite women, but for advanced practitioners that mastered control of their muscles and wish to advance their practice. The medium size, 30*40 mm, is generally the best size to start for most women.
How often do I wear my Yoni egg?
What exactly is a Yoni egg?
A yoni egg is an egg-shaped stone made out of 100% natural crystal. It is inserted into the vagina to assist with pelvic floor strength and enhancing internal sensation and organic potential.
How do I care for my Yoni egg?
Leave over night under a full moon (even if it’s cloudy).
Rinse or soak in salty water (ideally the ocean).
Leave in salt crystals over night.
Smudge with your sage stick.
Leave in the sunshine (not too long or it might fade).
Wrap in cotton and bury in the earth.
How long do I wear my Yoni egg?
What if I can't feel my Yoni egg?
lack of vaginal nerve endings (wearing the yoni egg helps create this!)
sexual trauma stored in the cells
operations have caused scar tissue
not doing your kegel muscle training (pelvic floor exercises)
childbirth scar tissue