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Feedback on Am I Going Mad

To get a feel for what our perimenopause online retreat was like from the inside, here is some feedback from Am I Going Mad? July 2019. I absolutely loved being part of Kate and Leora’s online retreat. It was really well organised and there was so much interaction and support in the group throughout each Read More…

Feedback on Kindness for Therapists 2019

Here’s what attendees say about their experience of the retreat day. “An insightful day, full of healthy connection and yummy nourishment” – Pauline Sweeny “Beautifully held space, so much nourishment to take away, thank you” “This retreat is beyond special, words cannot describe the day, it’s incredibly healing and oh so powerful. Thank you so Read More…

Drawing towards Clarity – how to make charting simple

Looking back, I’ve probably been in some kind of menopause process for the last 10 years or so, since the time my daughter was 3. I’ve been charting my cycle or whatever the hell was going on, for most of that period to give me some sort of grounding in the craziness. Dear women, it Read More…

Grace in Winter

The outer seasons are such a beautiful guide to how we nurture our inner landscape. It all felt so clear on a day break walk over Christmas… In between worlds. Morning rise skies, Tinged with pink. Spectral mist Edging away. Orchestral birds, A playful cacophony as The chorus commences. Their collective song Beckons The pocket Read More…

The most radical of radical self care

Leora chats with menstrual, and now menopause maven Rachael Crow of Moontimes. To support her journey healing cervical cancer, Rachael shares how she’s chosen to ramp up of her self-care practice.  But it’s no coincidence that her self-care practices are working wonders on her perimenopause path too. Rachael treats us to a womb-cervix meditation journey Read More…

The Language of Menopause

What’s your immediate response when you hear the words perimenopause and menopause? Do they fill you with dread? Irritation? Excitement? Anticipation? Apprehension? Or just plain fear? Thankfully the subject of menopause is much more present in the social consciousness, and women are finding it ever easier to share their experiences. By maintaining awareness, all generations Read More…

Can you feel the passion?

Once you invite Menstrual Cycle Awareness into your life; once the light bulbs go on; when the embodiment of connecting to your cycle gives you clarity and insight, the passion is deeply stirred! Julia Davis of Finchley Yoga chats with Leora about bringing Menstrual Cycle Awareness (MCA) into her work as a yoga teacher and Read More…