2021, The Year of Cyclical Connection (Goodbye 2020) with Cassandra Wilder : Episode 101

by | Dec 30, 2020 | Menstrual Cycle Tips, Periods, Relationships, Well Woman Podcast | 0 comments

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2020, what a year. A year for many of us which was filled with the deepest teachings, lessons, shadows and rebirths. Personally for myself 2020 was a year of rebirthing. While it didn’t begin this way I’ve definitely noticed an extreme shift towards this as the year progressed for me and also my one on one coaching clients.

The year of 2020 taught us more about ourselves then we most likely knew possible. It was the ultimate birth, death, rebirth cycle and through this more and more women (and menstruators) and rediscovering their feminine essence, as well as reconnecting with their menstrual cycles.

In this episode I connect with fellow menstrual lover Cassandra Wilder to discuss all things growth, shadows and transformation. And why we believe 2021 is the year of cyclical connection.


Meet Our Podcast Guest:

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Cassandra Wilder is a Naturopathic Doctor and the leading expert in women’s cyclical health and menstruation. Helping women end burnout by reconnecting to their innate cycles, she’s been featured as a guest expert in a variety of publications and podcasts. Weaving together research and subtle healing modalities, she is pioneering a new wave of menstrual education and wellness for all cyclical beings. 
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In this episode we chat about:

    • Trusting in the flow
    • Life – death – life cycle : looking at the shadows
    • How to thrive in a year of wounding.
    • How to connect with the feminine in you?
    • What is a healthy masculine?
    • How to welcome in the feminine
    • Making 2021 the year of cyclical connection
    • Menstrual blood rituals for healing


Connect with our Guest:

Learn more about Cassandra, her work divine work with menstrual cycles over on her website, www.cassandrawilder.com and you’ll also find her on Instagram at @menstruationqueen.



Thank you so much for tuning in to this episode of The Well Woman Podcast. I’m beyond honoured that you’re here and would be grateful if you could take 2 minutes to leave me a 5-star review in iTunes or on your podcast app, this way together we can inspire, connect and educate even more women.

Let’s connect? Take a screenshot of this episode and share it on Instagram tagging me in with @wellsome_jemalee and the hashtag #WellWomanPodcast – can’t wait to connect.

Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember; body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.

Jema Lee Menstrual Cycle Coach & Educator

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A day time mermaid, full time human who lives in yoga tights who spends my days hanging out inside the Well Woman Academy. My mission? To guide women to discover their cycles, love their bodies and end patriarchal period tabooness.


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