Menstrual cups… do you use one? In today’s podcast episode with the beautiful Tayla Williams we explore a teachers daily connection practice and how she manages her period while managing a class of 30 five year olds..
Meet today’s Podcast Guest:
Tayla Williams is a career obsessed primary school teacher who is extremely passionate and dedicated. As a kindergarten and Year 1 teacher on the Central Coast of NSW (Australia) she believes her purpose and drive in life is to inspire, educate and nurture the lives of little people. She’s also the lady behind this inspiring Instagram feed @taylamadestrength.
Tay says that she fell into fitness many years ago and it’s now the base of her life, and all aspects of health. Like her students, she’s a life long learner who’s on a journey to learn as much about her physical, mental, spiritual and emotional health as possible.
Over the last few years she’s been on a self love journey that’s blossomed through enquiry and curiosity. Acknowledging women’s health and being open minded to new information and applying it with consistent reflection and appreciation of her body has become revolutionary for her.
Above all else Tayla is a down to earth women looking to make ripple effects of inspiration, creation and imagination through her work as a teacher.
In this episode we chat about:
- Discovering how to move authentically through your menstrual cycle
- A teachers insight to managing your period on school days
- Tayla shares her daily connection practice
- Meditation and how to quieten the mind
- Dive into allow flow in your life and living unrestrictedly
- and… Menstrual Cups! How to use them, top tips and how they changed Tay’s menstruation experience.
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Get connected, listen to your body and remember body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.