You can help young girls become confident young women
Many girls learn to associate periods with secrecy, shame, humiliation and disgust, which impacts their maturing sense of self, body awareness and confidence. This then diminishes a girl’s outlook at school, at home, in her relationships and her general wellbeing. Celebration Day for Girls is designed to powerfully transform this deep cultural wound at it’s source.
By facilitating this workshop in your community you can help young girls become confident young women. Does this opportunity light you up?
Apply now to train as a Celebration Day for Girls facilitator
This training is offered to small groups of women who have the skills, background and passion to step up to this role.
While no specific prior professional training or practice is essential, it is expected that you have experience facilitating groups, and have explored menstrual cycle awareness in at least one of many possible ways. For instance, by tracking physical signs of fertility to understand fertile and infertile times in the cycle, by journaling with an awareness of the cycle to deepen your understanding of yourself, or by observation of the cycles of nature and how they may reflect your lived experience of the menstrual cycle.
A Celebration Day for Girls Facilitator Training 2020
Ubud, Bali, 30 April to 3 May
Phillip Island, Victoria, 24 to 26 July
with Kath Callinan-Moore
Remote by live-webinar, starts week of 17 August
with Jane Bennett and Janoel Liddy