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Goodbye menstrual shame, hello empowerment! This is a self-discovery guide (supported by evidence-based research) for any menstruating person to understand their cycle and use that knowledge to improve their lives.
The Empowerment Cycle is about creating a movement for women to discover the power of the menstrual cycle, how it is connected to everything, and how to use it to get great results in all aspects of your life.
Women have four phases in their menstrual cycle, each phase bringing with it different strengths that can assist women in reaching great results in all areas of their lives. It doesn't matter if it is in sport, career, or in relationships, the menstrual cycle impacts a woman's ability to perform, communicate, and achieve whatever it is they desire. Simply by working with the female body instead of ignoring it or even worse, against it.
Women have a powerful, unique internal tool. A woman's menstrual cycle impacts their life in many ways: relationships, energy levels, self-esteem attitudes, and physical changes. This book will help guide you to make better decisions, reach greater results, and build genuine relationships in your life.
About the Author
Sharon Wood is the founder and director of Emgoddess, which was established in 2015 and is a pioneering entity that is focused on changing perceptions and attitudes towards a topic not overtly discussed. Emgoddess is now the vehicle through which Wood consolidates her own professional corporate journey and her passion to educate and empower others.
Wood holds qualifications in holistic aromatherapy from the Tisserand Institute of London along with multiple certifications in herbalism, natural fertility management, and specialized aromatherapy.
She is driven to changing negative attitudes towards women's cycles by creating a way of looking at the cycle as a positive thing and is focused on establishing global understanding that can bring joy to life and boost the self-esteem of every woman. Her work touches women from all walks of life, from young women just discovering their cycles to women who have been cycling for years with no real connection.