Do you want to have a better understanding of your menstrual cycle?
Does it all feel like a bit of a mystery? Why do the same patterns of feelings and behaviours show up each month?
Would you like to have a range of nurturing practices to help support your self-care and create a better relationship with your cycle?
This 30 day course will provide a range of resources that fit into your everyday life: yoga videos, yoga nidras (relaxations), meditation, poems reflective writing and much more. Over one of your cycles you will explore these resources (it doesn't matter where you start in your cycle). As you engage with different practices you will develop a (deeper) relationship with your menstrual cycle.
You can go at your own pace if you need longer than 30 days, but there are rest days built in with a poem to read or similar so that you have time to absorb the other practices.
You will have access to a secret Facebook group where you can share your experiences with other women who are on the course if you wish. You will have access to three videos that were recorded on Facebook live during previous group courses.
By the end of the course, you will be clearer how to make changes to make the most of your cycle, rather than fight against it!
I hope you will find at least a few techniques that will make such a difference that you continue them for a long time afterwards.
I look forward to being on this journey with you
Hello. I am very passionate about women having information about their bodies so they can make the right choices for them, and beautiful practices to nourish them deeply.
I have run the Caversham Red Tent for more than 5 years now. I have completed the Women's Quest Leadership Apprenticeship with Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer, and am currently finishing my certification in facilitating Menstrual Medicine Circles with the Red School. I also facilitate Celebration Days for Girls around the time of their menarche (first period) and run Menstrual Cycle Awareness courses for women.
I have practiced yoga for 24 years and taught for 16 years. I bring you a range of practices that have nourished me over that time. For more information about me please visit www.tessayoga.co.uk/about-me.
Frequently Asked Questions
At school, and very often at home, we were given the bare minimum of information about our cycles.
Knowledge is power.
So if you have more ways of understanding your cycle and how to maximise your self-care, you will be able to enter a whole new stage of appreciation for your body.
Give yourself the gift of understanding today.