Transforming Menstrual & Menopausal Health & Wellbeing

Transforming Menstrual & Menopausal Health & Wellbeing

Upcoming Events

Melbourne daylong workshops

October 22: Developing Menstrual Awareness

October 29: Advanced Menstrual Awareness

November 5: Phoenix Rising: Understanding Menopause

All held at Monash University, Caulfield Campus.

Online seminar-style webinars

October 15/16: What is Menstrual Health?

November 12/13: Topic to be announced

Click here for the Eventbrite link for all these events to find out more and book your place

Women’s Wellbeing in Organisations

Menstruation and menopause can be significant factors in women’s workplace wellbeing and career path decisions, but are too often considered unmentionable, embarrassing or just too difficult to address.

We believe the workplace can do this better. And we’re working to make that happen.

Find out more

Individual Sessions

New Guided Program: A new format of four 60 minute in-depth consultations to develop, integrate and refine your personalised menstrual or menopausal wellbeing plan.

Find out more

Single sessions also available.

Sessions take place via Skype. Now booking new clients for Fridays Australia time, which is Thursday in the Americas and Europe.

Online booking

Her Blood Is Gold: Awakening to the Wisdom of Menstruation

Her Blood is Gold: Awakening to the Wisdom of MenstruationFirst published in 1993, Her Blood Is Gold continues to sell in greater numbers each year. This pioneering book explores the concept of menstrual awareness and its role in supporting resilience, self-knowledge, and personal power.

“This book should be included in the curriculum of every school on this planet.” Christiane Northrup M.D., author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom.

“Like the wise-women whose memory she celebrates, Lara Owen is both scientist and poet. In this wonderful book, she shows how “the curse”, when respected, becomes every woman’s crock of gold.” Chris Knight Ph.D., author of Blood Relations: Menstruation and the Origins of Culture, Professor of Anthropology, University of East London.

“I want to tell you how much your book on menstruation has meant to me…..If I’d had it when I was thirty it would have saved me a lot of pain and confusion.”
 Scilla Elworthy, author of Power and Sex, founder of the Oxford Research Group

Published in the UK, US, Australia and Canada by Archive Publishing.

Available at all online bookstores. Also available on mobile/iPad and Kindle.

Our attitudes to menstruation and menopause are culturally constructed.

It is within our power to change these parts of our lives for the better.

Lara Owen is a leader in the field of menstrual and menopausal wellbeing. Based in Melbourne, she teaches and consults internationally.

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