Women’s Health and Fiqh for Beginners
Relating to The Female Cycle, Fertility, and Contraception
Through the Lens of Natural Medicine and Hanafi Fiqh
Please join us with Ustadhah Lethal Abdul-Mu’min for the series on Women’s Fiqh for beginners, relating to the female cycle, fertility and contraception. The course will be through the lens of natural medicine and Hanafi Fiqh. The series is for women only and will be held at 9 am to 11:30 a.m. for the following days:
December 9th: The Female Cycle
December 16th: Fertility and Contraception (16 years old and up only)
January 20th:Fiqh of Menstruation: The basics
January 27th: Fiqh of Menstruation: Irregularities
Babysitting will be provided
This is a 4 part series with each part building on the knowledge shared in the previous part. It is geared towards young ladies and women who are looking to gain a thorough overview of the cycles their bodies go through monthly, ways to support the health of their cycles, how to harness that knowledge for means of fertility and contraception, and the basic Hanafi Fiqh rulings concerning menstruation and postpartum bleeding.
Each part is 2.5 hrs long which includes a break and Q & A session.
Part 2 is for adults only, anyone between the ages of 3 and 15 are not allowed. Please use your own discretion with young ladies 16 and older as sensitive topics will be discussed openly.
This is essential knowledge for all women, as our cycles profoundly impact our lives on a daily basis. Ustathah Nethal is excited to share this information, as it is not readily available to women within our educational systems and cultural norms!
About Ustadha Nethal:
Ustadha Nethal Abdul-Mu’min holds a BA in Arabic and Islamic Studies from Abi Nur University in Damascus, Syria, and 3 Ijazah in Quranic recitation. She teaches different topics of Islamic jurisprudence and Tajwid of the Quran. She is also a Birth and Postpartum Doula, Student Midwife, and Childbirth Educator who is a Homebirth mother of five. She lives in Austin, TX with her husband, Imam Dawood Yasin, and children.