Menstrual Well-being: Let’s talk about it!

Menstrual Well-being: Let’s talk about it!

Monday 16 September 2019, 7:00pm—8:30pm

Come and tap in to the knowledge and understanding Erin has around Menstrual Well-being. After extensive research she has come up with some life-changing tips that will enable you to make your cycle work for you and provide the empowerment and strength you need to live your life to the fullest. This session is for anyone who would like to learn and ideal for parents and children to attend together.

Restriction: All Ages

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Come and tap in to the knowledge and understanding Erin has around Menstrual Well-being. After extensive research she has come up with some life-changing tips that will enable you to make your cycle work for you and provide the empowerment and strength you need to live your life to the fullest.

Panel of Menstrual Enthusiasts:
• Dr Lara Briden, Naturopathic Doctor and author of the ‘Period Repair Manual’
• Kimberli Schuitman, Founder of The Good Fund and My Cup
• Sara Widdowson, Nutrition Consultant and Dietitian specialising in Women’s Health
• Ella Driffill, Youth Tutor, The Collaborative Trust
• Erin Enright, Menstrual Researcher

We will have a representative from Daysy, your personal fertility tracker, a book display, local and online resource information and lots of hands-on menstrual education props.

This session is for anyone who would like to learn and ideal for parents and children to attend together.
Suitable for: Everyone

Erin Enright – Collaborative Trust
7pm-8.30pm
Bridge Club, 21 Nova Place, Riccarton
Hosted by Collaborative Trust
$10.00

ERIN ENRIGHT - The Collaborative Trust
My personal journey is key in driving me to want to educate young girls, enlighten their caregivers and to help spread understanding of Menstrual Well-being.
Currently, I am studying towards a Master of Health Science at Canterbury University, I have a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Informatics from Otago University, and in an earlier life, I was an IT business analyst!
Hobbies that help keep me sane include trail-running, yoga, gardening, home decorating and collecting all things vintage. I live in the Port Hills, Christchurch with my husband and two children and tackle all things with enthusiasm and a sense of fun.

Christchurch Bridge Club
Christchurch, New Zealand

Address: Nova Place
Christchurch
Canterbury