Sun, Aug 20|
Living In Flow - Online Introduction
Are you stressed, overwhelmed, disconnected? Would you like to learn more about your Menstrual Cycle, improve your Hormonal Health, feel more connected, empowered, and healthier? If so Join us as we share some insights.
Time & Location
Aug 20, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM GMT+1
About the event
Join us for this Online Introduction as we explore how to come to a deeper understanding of your cyclical nature, working with rather than against yourself?
Learn how to live in flow and to embrace your unique and powerful feminine energies.
Guided by ancient wisdom and led by modern-day revolutionaries, there is a new and emerging world of women daring enough to suggest that connecting to our cyclical nature(even peri or post menopause and with or without a bleed) could be the key to transforming our lives. Menstruation is our superpower.
Could ancient wisdom and connection to our cyclical feminine nature be the solution that many of today’s burnt out often caffeine, sugar, alcohol or excessive exercise fuelled ‘strong women’ have been seeking?
In recent years, more and more women have been having this conversation: writing books, releasing podcasts, teaching workshops, organising Red Tents, sharing the knowledge that has changed their lives and the lives of the women who have been lucky enough to stumble upon their work.
By embracing this knowledge, you get to write a different story and to share with the next generation information, wisdom and knowledge that will help them to navigate life in the best possible way, experiencing optimum success, fulfilment, pleasure and a sense of overall health and wellbeing.
At Changing Cycles we are passionate about educating, empowering and supporting women to have a better understanding of the physical, emotional and energetic aspect of the female body, with a particular emphasis on understanding our cyclical nature, along with key aspects of hormonal health and we can use this wisdom and knoweldge to optimise health and vitality.
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