Can You Support our Love Zimbabwe Pad Project?

Rachael CrowMenstrual Health, Musings

Moon Times have a partnership with the Love Zimbabwe Mothers social enterprise, the mothers who live in a little village near Chinamhora, are making pads to earn a few dollars, this is their only opportunity to make actual money and we would love to make this project a success for them. How can you help? We need to reach more women, … Read More

Sunshine, Sponges and Drums! Newsletter

Maisie BateMusings, Newsletters

Sunshine greetings from Wales! It’s such a pleasure to have the sun out after the strange April weather! I’ve been spending a lot of time outside- my husband and I have been cladding my workshop…it looks like a little log cabin now! While I was restocking it, I realised how much Moon Times has grown over the years and to … Read More

Join the Red Tent Summit…Newsletter

MoonTimesMusings, Newsletters

Dearest Sisters I hope this newsletter finds you well and settling into the energy of the new year. It has been busy here since my return from Morrocco, including the first weekend of this years Thirteen Moons Circle, we all enjoyed a wonderful day sitting in circle and getting to know each other a little better! (thanks Emma for the … Read More

Are your tampons hurting you?

MoonTimesMenstrual Health, Musings

Many women don’t think twice about using tampons, they’re easy, convenient and let you keep going with normal life when you bleed. Sure, we all know about the potential risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome, but the risks are relatively small if you use your tampons properly. So they’re safe, right? Well, unfortunately, no they’re not. Most of us probably presume … Read More

Are you ready to let it flow?…Newsletter

MoonTimesMusings, Newsletters

Greetings Sisters! I’m landing from a wonderful weekend of ceremony and sacred tattoo, beautiful circles of women gathered and supported one another to receive a ‘sacred scar’, it was a truly powerful experience which will echo for some time to come I’m sure. I’m lucky enough to know the wonderful Scar Midwife Suzi Edwards who travelled to the wilds of … Read More

10 Ways to Help with Heavy Flow

MoonTimesMenstrual Health, Musings

Heavy menstrual bleeding happens to a lot of women, and for the most part they tend to see it as normal.  If you were to visit your GP about it, it is very likely that you would be offered medication to help stop or lighten the flow or be offered the contraceptive pill in an attempt to improve it. (Read … Read More

Back to school…..Newsletter

MoonTimesMusings, Newsletters

Greetings Sistars! I am just gently landing at home after being away for our annual family holiday at Dancing Spirit Camp. We had a great time though it rained while we packed up- it’s never great to be bringing home wet tents! You can definitely feel that the year is on the turn now and it’s not long before children … Read More

Ditch The Disposables ……Newsletter

Rachael CrowMusings, Newsletters, Workshops

Hello my beauties! This newsletter is dedicated to the #ditchthedisposables campaign that launches on Aug 14th and runs til the 31st. The main aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of reusables and so here at Moon Times  we are offering 10% off ALL our cloth pads, moon sponges and cups (but not sale items, books, herbal blends, wraps etc- … Read More

Supporting women…Newsletter

MoonTimesMusings, Newsletters

Greetings Sistars As ever things are busy here at Moon Times, we had a volunteer weekend for our community at Temple Druid and I’ve been making more drums with my Thirteen Moons women since I last wrote to you and am creating some for sale. I’ve got some fabulous new offerings for you in the shop, check them out below. … Read More

Supporting Homeless Women….Newsletter

MoonTimesMusings, Newsletters

Greetings SiStars! This comes to you at the end of a deliciously busy fortnight, I held a drum birthing on the land here at Temple Druid and then have just returned from a wonderful weekend with the Moon Mothers on Miranda Gray’s training here in Wales! We’re getting ready to wind down in to the school summer holidays, how about … Read More