Follow Your Flow Presents
with Sara Harris, Mike Gaskins & Rebecca Asquith
The Pill...& the Suppression of Women
Sunday 28th March, 6am AEDT (Mel/Syd Australia)
Saturday 27th March, 7pm GMT (UK)
Saturday 27th March, 8pm CEST (Europe)
Saturday 27th March, 3pm EST (US Eastern)
Duration: 90 minutes (allow for extra time, just in case!)
Cost: $35 AUD
This 6 part series is designed to support parents to bring more truth & understanding to periods and to empower them to support the young women in their lives. Through this awareness you will be able to support your daughter to develop a lifelong confidence and understanding of her own body.
6 x 1.5 hr sessions over 6 weeks
Online live delivery
7pm - 8.30pm AEST
Early bird prices for a limited time
WHAT WE DO
Follow your Flow is a community initiative, providing information and resources and a platform for conversation on all things menstruation and reproductive health.
We offer community presentations and school programs as well as more tailored individual & group programs and courses, to bring more awareness to the truth about periods & our reproductive health, shining a light on the ever present taboo that still pervades society and cultures across the world.
WHO WE ARE
Sara collaborates with a varied range of health professionals to bring a complete picture to girls and women regarding their health & well-being that encompasses all aspects of life including an acceptance of who they are and coming back to an innate love for themselves and all it means to be a woman.
Sara has been working & studying in the field of complementary medicine for nearly 2 decades and is currently completing a Masters in Women's Health Medicine. She has a great love of supporting girls & women in understanding themselves and their bodies from the inside out, where this then forms a foundation of confidence, steadiness, self-assuredness and an innate knowing of their worth. Sara has extensive experience and a commitment to ongoing research in the area of girls' & women's reproductive health.
Sara works in private practice in Complementary Medicine, Massage & Counselling with a focus on Women's & Girls' Health. She also works in a local primary school in First Aid & Well-being, delivering health & well-being support programs.