Thank you, it was such a sacred space that allowed us to accept, enjoy and cherish what our bodies naturally do – how amazing that is and how powerful this is. In one day you have changed how I see my menstrual cycle and I am actually happy to have it! I feel for the first time more connected to my ‘feminine’ and am just beginning a journey of self–discovery—I’m excited where it leads—it is what I needed without knowing it! The informal, relaxed, nurturing space created made it easy for people to share and really come together somehow it felt like everyone connected even if we didn’t get to actually speak much to each other.
Alexandra Pope works as a women's leadership coach, facilitator and counsellor. She is also the author of a number of books. Along with her colleagues in Australia, for the last twenty–five years she has pioneered a ground–breaking approach to women's physical, psychological and spiritual wellbeing based on the cycle and the journey from menarche to menopause.
She has experienced life in a number of countries, including the US, Japan and Australia and now resides in the UK where she is continuing to develop this innovative work.
Alexandra is concerned with deep change, the evolution of consciousness and the role women can play in this evolution. Her contribution is to initiate women into our own ways, models and language of being and acting as well as to articulate a fresh understanding of the nature and power of the feminine.
Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer was born in South Africa and now lives in London with her husband and daughter. She is a published author and expert in the field of women's health and spirituality. She is founder of The Fertile Body Method, a mind-body approaches to fertility problems' and co-founder of the Women's Quest. Sjanie is an apprentice Movement Medicine Teacher with a strong interest in the healing affects of movement and dance.
Passionate about restoring women's ways, Sjanie supports women to embody the intelligence and power of their cycle as a path to transforming their relationship with themselves, others and the planet. She really values community and the opportunity it brings us to remember who we truly are.