5-Week BOOK CLUB – Begins August 16th
This book helps you fall in love with yourself – Your body, your life.
You’ll feel such a sense of relief when you know what to do for yourself, all month long!
Each chapter of this charming, award-winning book celebrates an aspect of your own monthly rhythm, which is actually a tool for transformation, balance and health!
Come curl up in our circle, learn these timeless women’s traditions,
and join the sisterhood that understands and embraces our cycles!
Welcome to the new paradigm for the menstrual cycle!
This system of self-care follows your own natural rhythms, so you know what to do when, for your best outcome, all month long.
- For Mothers: Find reassuring ways to talk to your daughter about menstruation, and share these tools and resources to help her go through Puberty with confidence.
- For Women’s Cycles: Discover what your body is trying to tell you, and the difference it will make in every area of your life when you live in harmony with your own powerful inner rhythms! Plan your month with your rhythm in mind, and you’ll know what to do when for the best outcome!
- For Menopause: Use this passage as a time to rediscover your own priorities and develop a deeper level of self-care.
- For Fertility: You want your menstrual cycle to be at its best when you’re trying to conceive! Let your body know that you are learning about her rhythms and listening to what she needs. This will benefit every area of your life!
Reconnecting to the True Calendar of Nature’s Rhythms gives you the insights into your own month to make it work for you.
This is ancient wisdom for modern life, bringing us the balance we so desperately need.
You can rediscover the Beauty and Power of your female design, and begin to free yourself from the cultural silence, ignorance and shaming that is directed at menstruation.
Join the movement!
“WE’RE CHANGING THE PARADIGM of the menstrual cycle
into a meaningful rhythm of self care, creativity, and vitality
by which conscious women can plan their month!”
~ Barbara Hanneloré