Sisters of flow, period and fertility health

Thank you joining the Sisters of Flow, where we “go with the flow” about anything and everything menstrual cycles!

In our podcast, we dive deep into the various aspects of the menstrual cycle.  Whether it is anatomy/physiology, political, social or entertainment, it’s up for discussion.  Listen to most recent episode here!

Learn more about why Sisters of Flow was created and about your hostesses by clicking here.

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Latest From The Sisters of Flow

Sex Education = Period Education

September 25th, 2017|0 Comments

Sex Education = Period Education: Flow-versation with Stella Cobb Download App:   iTunes   |   Google Play [...]

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Creating Peace with Endometriosis

September 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Creating Peace with Endometriosis: Flow-versation with Aubree Diemler Download App:   iTunes   |   Google Play [...]

Sacred Period Rituals

September 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Sacred Period Rituals: Flow-versation with Omolewa Jennifer Thedford Download App:   iTunes   |   Google Play [...]

Flow-monials about SOF

When I discovered Sister Flow on Facebook I admit, my first reaction was a sarcastic, “really, people talk about this? “. But as I listened to one of the podcast, the discussion gave me such comfort. It all made so much sense. The interviewed guest was discussing how the stage of our cycle may effect the way we approach our professional lives. Wow! I immediately shared the information with close friends and we all agree. Now we are able to remind each other that we must make a conscious effort to adjust our day to day and mind set to offset the effects of the season we are in of our cycles.
L. Baker
Sisters of Flow has a fun, conversational vibe and I’m always learning new things about what affects menstrual cycles, what’s going on in the news concerning cycles, and fun facts. One of my favorite episodes is “Why Menstrual Cycles Aren’t Just for Women,” which had a fascinating interview with a brave trans man. Another favorite was a roundup of films that feature menstrual cycles, in honor of the Oscars. I love this podcast!
JL loves music
Listened to the show about the uterus transplant. Such an interesting topic. I am not quite sure how I feel about this yet, but it was probably inevitable. And, where else are you going to hear facts such as: Estimated 176 million women worldwide have endo. If all of those women were to form their own country, it would be the 8th largest country in the world. The 8th largest country? That is scary that this health issue is so prevelant. The hosts are definitely having a good time and are quite humerous.
Lori J. Isenstadt
A conversational, engaging and intimate conversation spot loaded with information, personal stories and more for any woman perplexed or curious about their personal menstrual cycle and other issues stemming from menstruation. A welcome resource, well recommended.