WISE (online) Lunchtime Talk – Annie Bonsall

Thursday November 11, 2021

With great pleasure we would like to invite you to join our first in a series of monthly WISE Lunchtime Talks which will take place on Thursday 11th November.

In this (online) lunchtime session, Annie will guide you through the two ‘maps’ of the menstrual cycle, including the four phases. You will learn how to track your cycle, the superpowers available to you in each phase and how to harness them, ultimately enabling you to become better acquainted with your body, meet your unique challenges, accomplish your dreams or simply to reflect deeply on what's next for you.

Please register in advance for what promises to be an insightful and informative lunchtime session:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Here is some more information about our speaker and her expertise:

Annie is a professional co-active coach and mentor trained in menstruality leadership, with a background in occupational therapy. She is a workshop and group facilitator, educator and lover of somatics, embodiment, positive psychology and pleasure. With a background of almost two decades in the NHS, Annie weaves occupational therapy, coaching and menstruality together to create her unique offerings as a Life & Cycle Coach. Knowing and understanding the powers in each phase of your menstrual cycle is the key to radical self-care, emotional resilience and so much more. Often called the fifth vital sign, your menstrual cycle is your very own health report card and inner leader that you carry within you throughout your menstruating years. Using a blend of teaching, coaching and mentoring, Annie encourages women to befriend their cycles and rhythms, so they can create change and make the difference in the world they know is possible.


Women in Science - Eindhoven (WISE) Network

WISE network is a network for female scientific staff at TU/e. Supported by the University Board, the network was founded in March 2007.