How you experienced your first period affects how you give birth, how you parent, how you live, work and play. All things are so interconnected, and my guest on Wild Flow Podcast Hannah Brown is here to help us tell our stories to release the past, and come into a new relationship with ourselves, our bodies, and our life stories.
tune in to hear:
Hannah’s journey from Social Worker for children, to women’s Menstrual Cycle Coach,
Life Story work as a healing modality for children to help them know that what happened to them isn’t their fault, and how this can be applied to menstrual cycle work!
How Hannah helps women reclaim and tell their menstrual stories, to find healing and transformation.
Plus we also slipped into chatting about Hannah’s recent positive period workshop which she did for her daughter’s school class, and all the goss on what went well, what worked and how she got into work at the school..
and we also chatted about my upcoming vision quest with the school of Shamanic Womancraft, and plenty more!
Hannah Brown offers menstrual story work to women to help them unpick the threads of their stories, lived experiences, and relationship with their body and cycle. By exploring the patterns that run through your womb story, you can challenge what’s true, what’s yours and what needs letting go, with the aim of rejecting menstrual shame and reclaiming your cycle.
Hannah is a Children’s social worker, trainer/consultant and menstrual cycle coach who has worked with people to support change for nearly two decades. She’s also a client of mine, having been coaching with me and part of my Cycle Sorcery group journey so this conversation feels like a beautiful natter with a good friend.
connect with Hannah:
Find out more about coaching with Hannah at her website www.wombwisdom.uk
Connect with her on Instagram @womb__wisdom
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