Are you looking for a way to prepare, celebrate and welcome your daughter into early womanhood with positive menstrual education?
Do you want your daughter to enter this time with more confidence, self awareness and embracing becoming a woman?
Would you like to share a day with your daughter as you both prepare for this new phase of life?
Although our daughters are usually prepared in some way for puberty, it is often done in a very basic and mechanical fashion. A Celebration Day for Girls helps prepare girls in a holistic way by teaching them useful and practical information in a positive and fun way as well as preparing them emotionally.
You’re invited to come and share in a day of fun activities, women’s stories and celebrating womanhood.
The next day will be in May 2023. The mothers session is 2 hours usually on an evening a week or so before the main day. On the Sunday, your daughters come on their own from 10am-1pm. Mothers return at 1pm and stay with their daughters until 4pm. If you are interested in attending a day in 2023 day please complete the contact form below. Your investment is $165 per mother-daughter pair (Concession available).
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Visit the Celebration Day For Girls Website: http://celebrationdayforgirls.com/
If you have questions or are not sure if this day is for you, visit the CDG websites FAQ page here: http://celebrationdayforgirls.com/fequently-asked-questions/
About your CDG Facilitator-Nicole Tricarico:
Nicole is an experienced Naturopath of over 26 years. She specialises in women’s health and has taught Natural Fertility awareness since 1998 to help women of all ages understand their body, fertility and menstrual cycles. She believes that having a positive and supportive entrance into early womanhood can make a real impact on young women’s future health, self esteem and self knowledge. She looks forward to sharing this day with girls and their mother or other female carers and bringing this positive, fun and informative course to Shepparton. In 2017 Nicole began training to be a CDG Trainer, and has trained other women around the world to be CDG Facilitators in New Zealand and Adelaide.