Welcome to Emgoddess

“Stigma around menstruation and menstrual hygiene is a violation of several human rights, most importantly of the right to human dignity” 

Jyoti Sanghera, Chief at the UN Human Rights Office.

It’s time to overcome the stigma around menstruation and start having easy conversations around how understanding our bodies can not only be of benefit but can actually change the way you view your world.

Emgoddess is an innovative, online, published resource designed to empower all girls and women. It is a resource that explains the different phases experienced throughout a female’s menstrual cycle, with details on the positive strengths associated with each phases. Emgoddess is designed to build understanding and boost self-esteem, allowing females to connect with their own mind and body’s inner workings, and that of their friends and family.

82% of girls show an increase in understanding their body after completing ‘The Empowerment Cycle’ Workshop.

Before the workshop 53% of participants felt they had a negative attitude toward their cycle, after completion 94% showed a positive feeling towards their menstrual cycle.


Online Course: The Empowerment Cycle

There is no need to feel negative about yourself or your body, get frustrated about mood swings or be ashamed of your menstrual cycle!

New online course coming soon: Register your interest today


The Empowerment Cycle and Mindfulness

The Empowerment Cycle encourages a form of mindfulness. You are taking time to sit and think about how you feel physically and emotionally. Is your body sore, tender or powerful and flexible? Are you happy, full of energy, calm and cantered, passionate and powerful,...

Self-Esteem and the Empowerment Cycle

Our self-esteem is impacted by so many external influences – what we see on social media, negative comments from peers, society’s extreme beauty standards and the relationships we have with our friends, parents, siblings and teachers. However, researchers are starting...

Breast Tenderness, Our Cycle and Aromatherapy

One of the more common (and often annoying) PMS symptoms is breast tenderness or breast pain. This sore and dull ache can begin around two weeks before your period and can be a cause for daily discomfort and unease. Types of breast pain Cyclical breast tenderness and...