Menstrual wellness at work 

Around 50% of Ireland’s population are female and will get periods. These people will menstruate from the age of 12-50 approximately. The other 50% of the population will indirectly experience the menstrual cycle through their relationships with friends, family, colleagues and peers. Periods affect all of us.  But there’s still embarrassment around the topic and a lack of access to information. Menstrual health in the workplace is important not just when it comes to perimenopause and menopause but before that. 

I can help you to create a more inclusive and supportive work environment by opening up the conversation about periods and the menstrual cycle. Menstruators and non - menstruators must be included in the conversation to end the stigma and shame that currently still exists around periods. My corporate clients include Focus Ireland, FORSA Trade Union and Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists (IASLT), POD Events, Maldron Hotel Portlaosie. 

Corporate Packages 

The Mindful Cycle - a sustainable approach to living with your cycle.

In this educational session you will develop an awareness of the menstrual cycle, the phases of the menstrual cycle, the hormonal, energetic and emotional fluctuations throughout the month and how to tune into your own, unique cycle. You will learn what a typical menstrual cycle is like, potential menstrual red flags and the effects the cycle can have on you. You will learn how to track your cycle and how to implement self-care for each phase of your cycle so you can live more sustainably. 

The Mindful Cycle Representative Training is of a series of workshops designed to train staff representatives as points of contact for people in your workplace who may need support with their menstrual wellness. For more information get in touch.

Corporate package pricing may vary based on the number of participants, location and the package chosen so please contact me for more details. 


Fantastic talk. Paula is very welcoming. She encourages conversations and questions. It was a very informative session. It's about time these things were talked about. I would recommend Paula's work.

- Sadhbh, PACT Case Manager, Focus Ireland 

If I had this information in my teens my life would have been so different. This should be taught in schools. 

-  Focus Ireland workshop attendee