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Join a Fertility Retreat in Ubud, Bali with Dr. Alex Perry


(1/19/2014)

Leading Australian natural fertility and pregnancy specialist Dr Alex Perry is conducting a series of international fertility retreats in Ubud, Bali throughout 2014.

Dr. Perry brings a reputation of a remarkable 86% fertility success rate in human fertility to Bali.

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The first retreat in the series started on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014.

Why Bali? Perry says that while the world has other fertility retreats the Bali program is different. Adding: “I want couples who join me in Bali to enjoy the environment, relax, have fun and take away with them new and lasting skills for conception. I’m very excited about the retreats and their potential to give couples the children they long for.”

“I’m passionately committed to women’s health and especially to finding whole of life solutions to fertility and pregnancy problems. Nothing pleases me more than to help a couple conceive and to nurture them through natural childbirth and into parenthood.”

The 7-day retreats present a new concept for conception that mixes the relaxing and fertile rice field environment of Bali with personalized attention from Dr Perry and key elements of his signature Patient-to-Parent Fertility Program.

Perry is a doctor of Chinese medicine who operates The Perry Centre clinics in Canberra, Australia. At The Perry Centre, his Patient-to-Parent program achieves 86% fertility success and gives new hope to couples that have struggled to conceive.

Key elements of the signature program, including Dr Perry’s audit of hidden fertility factors, which identifies barriers to fertility such as stress and nutrition, have been incorporated into the Bali retreats. The one-week Bali retreats are named in honor of the Hindu deity Ganesha, cherished for helping people overcome obstacles and achieve success.

“My work is all about helping couples to get pregnant and stay pregnant,” says Perry.

“At The Perry Centre our whole-of-life approach considers that fertility may be impacted by physiological, genetic, environmental and social factors."

“Specifically our research shows that stress is a major contributor to fertility problems and I know of no better place than among Bali’s flowing rivers and fertile fields for couples to unwind and learn new and enduring skills for conception.”

“Bali’s rural environment is the best I have found in the world for helping people to de-stress, refresh and reconnect.”

The Ganesha Fertility Retreats are designed for couples that want to maximize their chance of achieving pregnancy naturally; those who have tried and have not succeeded; and couples who are about to undergo treatments such as IVF.

A key to Perry’s approach is personalized assessment and consultation for customized program development to give each individual couple the best opportunity for conception.

World Health Organization data suggests one in every four couples is affected by fertility issues, a figure Perry believes could be as high as 30%.

He says it’s no longer appropriate for couples trying to have a baby just to be advised to “go away and keep trying as these things take time. There are reasons for infertility and once we establish them we are well on the way to solving a couple’s fertility puzzle. Many couples who come to me have not received sound assessment and advice on basic influencers such as timing,” he says.

But Perry says general practitioners are now realizing that infertility is a specialist field requiring specialist skills and treatment.

“I am finding that more GPs are referring their infertility patients to specialists like me, but it’s still unacceptable that many couples are not getting the attention and advice they need to start or grow their families.”

The 7-day retreats offer personalized programming with Dr Alex Perry and seminars & activities focused on nutrition & diet, physiology, massage & relaxation.

Places are limited to only 10-12 couples per retreat held at the Ananda Cottages & Spa at Ubud www.anandaubud.com.

Retreat dates for 2014 are:
  • January 19 – January 26
  • January 26 – February 2
  • February 16 – February 23
  • February 23 – March 2
  • September 27 – October 4
  • October 4 – October 11
  • October 11 – October 18
  • November 4 – November 9 (short retreat)
  • November 9 – November 16
  • November 16 – Novemer 23
  • November 23 – November 30.
Fore more information on www.ganeshafertilityretreats.com or [Email] .


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