"Wherever possible, create a circle. Where people can safely share experiences and diverse viewpoints..."
Beginning in 1970 with the publication of the first edition of “Our Bodies, Ourselves,” that inspired the women’s health movement by weaving women’s stories into a framework of practical, clearly written text; Inspiring and empowering women to become engaged in the political aspects of sustaining good health for themselves and their communities.
Women, as informed health consumers, are catalysts for social change.
Women can become their own health experts, particularly through discussing issues of health and sexuality with each other.
A pathology/disease approach to normal life events (birthing, menopause, aging, death) is not an effective way in which to consider health or structure a health system.
When we were approached with questions about pre-menopausal symptoms occurring after the age of 40, we realized our clinic can expand to encompass and care for girls, mothers and women all through their life’s journey. We are happy to share our experiences in both corcles and a range of therapy techniques for women of all ages.