The most radical of radical self-care

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. Watch Rachael’s inspriational words here Rachael treats us Read More…

The Fruits of Menstruality

The Fruits of Menstruality

Menstruality works us in such unexpected ways! When I undertook the Women’s Quest Apprenticeship with Red School in 2016, I knew how much it would feed the work that Kate and I offer and share here at Woman Kind, there was an inevitability about that. But the personal work? How deeply we are taken into Read More…

positive menopause symptoms

If it hurts – a positive view of menopause symptoms

Cover the ears of your children now; in some corners of the complementary therapy world, there is blame. Inadvertently, well-meaning therapists and coaches can make us feel that our menopause symptoms are there because we haven’t done enough self-development work. We’re not ‘advanced’ enough to be symptom-free, and we could be if only we healed a little Read More…

how cycle awareness supports your business

How Cycle Awareness Supports Your Business

If you are self-employed as a therapist or running a business you’ll want to be more productive. I bet you long for more kindness to yourself too, but how can we honour both needs? This video with Rachael Crow will give you heaps of ideas about how cycle awareness can help you to: Set good boundaries Help Read More…

positive menopause mojo

Creating a positive menopause mojo

One of the universal perimenopausal experiences in our culture is of your world going wonky and the need to know what the hell is going on; the rug’s gone out from under your feet and nothing is making sense anymore. But how can we create a more positive menopause? The map of the menopause, one of our Read More…

You know you're menopausal

You know that you’re perimenopausal when…

You know that you’re perimenopausal when you’re 40+ and… You’re pissed off. Those things that irritated you before your period, now irritate you all the time. You can’t just ‘put up’ with things that are wrong for the sake of a quiet life. You cycle goes on for longer than usual, then shorter the next Read More…