These recommended resources have been carefully selected to support your interest in the topics listed. This is not an exhaustive list so if you’re looking for something for a particular purpose, or if you come across an amazing book that you think would be helpful for others, let us know here.


Celebrating your first period, Youtube

A Tiny Seed of Wisdom, Angela Fraser

Cycling to Grandma’s House, Jac Torres-Gomez

Welcoming Womanhood, Kate Waud

Ruby Luna’s Curious Journey, Tessa Sanderson

Ruby Luna’s Moontime, Tessa Sanderson

Mother Nature’s Wisdom, Jane Hardwicke Collings

The Moon’s Gift, Victoria de Aboitiz

Reaching for the Moon, Lucy H. Peach

Celebration Day for Girls, workshop for girls aged 10-12

Celebration Circle for Girls, online workshop for girls aged 10-12


Cycle Savvy, The Smart Teens Guide to the Mysteries of Her Body, Toni Weschler

Making Pink Lemonade, Sarah O’Mahoney

Welcome to Your Period, Yumi Stynes and Dr Melissa Kang

Puberty Girl, Shushann Movsessian

Shine from Within, Amanda Rootsey

The Goddess in You, Patricia Lemos

A unique, interactive approach to establishing cycle awareness and wellbeing, with 13 beautifully designed cycle mandalas, each illustrated with a goddess from Greek mythology.

Below Your Belt, How to be Queen of Your Pelvic Region, Missy Lavender and Jeni Donatelli Ihm


A Blessing Not a Curse, Jane Bennett

Fathers Celebrating Daughters in person and online workshop

Special Girls’ Business, Fay Angela, Heather Pritchard and Rose Stewart

The Autism-Friendly Guide to Periods, Robyn Steward


Changing Woman, Charlotte Young

Hormone Repair Manual, Lara Briden

Estrogen’s Storm Season, Dr Jerrilyn Prior

The Hot Flush podcast,


Period Repair Manual, Lara Briden

Natural Fertility, Francesca Naish

The Jocelyn Centre for Natural Fertility Management, in person and online, Or look for Natural Fertility Management trained practitioners.

Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life, Dr Claudia Welch

Yoga and the Menstrual Cycle, Live in Harmony with your Natural Rhythm, Sue Blanch

The Fifth Vital Sign, Lisa Hendrickson-Jack

Menstrual Health on Social prescription pilot, UK,

The Pill: Are You Sure It’s For You?, Jane Bennett and Alexandra Pope

Sweetening the Pill, or How We Got Hooked on Hormonal Birth Control, Holly Grigg-Spall

How The Pill Changes Everything, Your Brain on Birth Control, Dr Sarah Hill


The Australian Coalition for Endometriosis (ACE) is a peak consumer and advocacy body representing the needs of women and girls with Endo in Australia. ACE aims to provide strategic direction and leadership to improve the outcome, treatment and support for women with Endo.

EndoActive’s mission is Awareness, Information and Advocacy for women and girls living with Endometriosis.

Endometriosis Association Queensland Inc – QENDO supports anyone affected by endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS, infertility or pelvic pain, by offering them tools, services and programs to understand and take control of their health.

Endometriosis Australia  endeavours to increase recognition of endometriosis, provide endometriosis education programs, and help fund endometriosis research. Support groups around Australia and online, including for adenomyosis.

The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not-for-profit organisation formed to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain, including young women with dysmennorhoea. Lots of useful resources.

EndoEmpowered: Endometriosis sufferer and naturopath Melissa Turner has extensively explored healing for endometriosis, and has created a program that helps ‘empower women to stop feeling like a victim to their endometriosis and find empowering ways to live pain and symptom free’.

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health says ‘Naturopathic treatments including nutrition and dietary changes, botanical medicine, and supplementation have been shown to provide relief for endometriosis symptoms.’

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Healing PCOS, A 21-day Plan for Reclaiming Your Health and Life, Amy Medling


Natural Fertility, Francesca Naish

Activate Your Female Power: Reclaim Your Body, Fertility, Health, Happiness and Confidence as a Woman, Sharon Maloney

The Jocelyn Centre for Natural Fertility Management, founded in 1975 by Sydney-based naturopathic specialist Francesca Naish, supports women and couples with effective natural contraception, optimum conception, and overcoming fertility and cycle or menopause/perimenopause-related problems.

Justisse International: Fertility Awareness Education, Natural Birth Control, Holistic Reproductive Health and practitioner training.

Dr Kerry Hampton is a nurse academic and specialist in natural fertility care, providing comprehensive fertility programs and use hormone-free methods of contraception, which may include a diaphragm.



The Victorian Women’s Trust trialled a Menstruation Policy for their workplace in 2015. A year later  it was fine-tuned and permanently implemented, when it was found to support greater productivity and a happier work environment. Media attention around their menstrual workplace policy attracted an audience of over 6.2 million people to May 2021. An digital manual covering this process, guidelines for workplaces wanting to implement their own, and an overview of workplace policy around the world, is due to be released later in 2021.



ModiBodi, quality period underwear,, see Red collection for teens, including starter packs

Mense Sense: Australian made and owned reusable pads, beautiful comfortable fabrics, impeccably made to last. Includes Starter Packs.

Juju, menstrual cups, period underwear and cloth pads


TOMs: organic disposables, and reusable cups and underwear


About Bloody Time, The Menstrual Revolution We Have to Have, Jane Bennett and Karen Pickering

Pain and Prejudice, A Call to Arms for Women and Their Bodies, Gabrielle Jackson

The Fifth Vital Sign, Lisa Hendrickson-Jack

Share the Dignity,

Menstrual cup and pads donated to homeless women and now supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island menstrual health with Dignity Vending Machines installed at remote community centres for those who need them.


100% Organic Pads and Tampons, 100% of Profits toward period poverty initiatives.


Disposable, sustainable bamboo fibre sanitary pads and organic cotton tampons. 50% of profits are donated to charities focusing on empowering women, especially through education and menstrual support: One Girl, Share the Dignity, Essentials for Women SA and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.


Daughters of Copper Woman, Anne Cameron

Under the Quandong Tree, Min Mia

The Moon Within, Aida Salazar

A girl’s menarche story of ancestral traditions from two cultures with a twist of  modern dilemmas

Enhancing health literacy strategies in the settlement of migrant and refugee women, Free Download, February 2018 –


Wild Power, Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer

Red School, Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer

in person and online.

Under the Quandong Tree, Min Mia

The World Within Women, Jane Catherine Severn

Her Blood is Gold, Lara Owen

School of Shamanic Womancraft, Jane Hardwicke Collings, in person and online and