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Moon Time Workshop

When we talk about a women’s wellbeing it is extremely important to clarify how healthy is her menstrual cycle. We menstruate more now than at any time in human history. Girls are starting to menstruate earlier due to protein-rich diets and hormones in food; women are less likely to die young; we have fewer children and therefore spend less time not menstruating. Increased work and family stresses, in addition to more periods, mean that women are more physically and psychologically vulnerable to negative attitudes towards menstruation. So it is more important than ever that we investigate ways to make our periods physically, emotionally, and spiritually healthy.

Moon Time is one of the workshops that I facilitate with lots of joy and satisfaction and recommend to EVERY woman. It offers you the most important knowledge about your feminine nature and it's a foundation of women's health and wisdom.

My goal is to offer a holistic approach to the menstrual cycle and help women to sync with their nature. 

Moon Time Workshop. Tatiana Ceban Counse
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You are most welcome to be part of this wonderful journey of discovery. It’s time to turn menstruation into an experience of acceptance, love, celebration, and renewal for your body.

My professional affiliations
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I am a member of the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand.  PSANZ is a multidisciplinary society dedicated to improving the health and long term outcomes for mothers and their babies. PSANZ encompasses and strongly encourages research focused on mothers and babies during pregnancy and at birth as well as the health of the newborn as its development continues after birth.

I am a member of the PADA Perinatal Anxiety& Depression Aotearoa, an organization dedicated to improving outcomes for families and whanau affected by mental illness related to pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenthood.

I am a member of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health. APPPAH’s mission is to support and promote human potential from the very beginning of life by providing global education to professionals and families about emerging evidence in prenatal and perinatal science and birth psychology that babies are conscious and aware and have their own thoughts, feelings, and experiences before, during, and after birth.


It was the first time in my life when I had a proper discussion about the menstrual cycle. It was eye-opening, informative and inspiring. It helped so much to understand my body, my mood, my decisions and a woman's life in general.

Clare, 27 y.o.

I have learned so much about myself, I have regained all the lost parts of me. I wish I knew all of this when I was younger. 


Melissa, 36 y.o.

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