RMRC in collaboration with Esoteric Women’s Health Presents:

‘Nurturing the Woman within: Reclaiming your natural rhythms within our modern times’

A community event – ALL Welcome

Come and enjoy some talks from women from the local community, and a morning tea for all to celebrate together.

Date: Saturday 9th March 2013
Location: Lennox Head, Community Centre
Registration: 8.45am – 9am
Presentations: 9am – 10.15am
Morning Tea Celebration: 10.15am – 11am

RMRC focuses on bringing awareness to the real world effects of new and traditional media in our everyday lives. We are pleased to host this event which will present a short film and support the launch of a new iPhone / iPad application for women and men designed to support deeper self-care and respect. As well as being a celebration for everyone of the women in our communities this talk also provides us an opportunity to support locally produced media initiatives that ‘put people first’ and cultivate care in our communities.

Everyone welcome (men and boys included)

Please confirm your attendance by Registering here


Dr. Jane Barker MBChB, MRCP, MGP

Shares her personal and professional experience over the years working with women and their health, exploring the issues facing women then and today in our societies and how this has impacted on our well-being. Jane will also share her personal story of healing and recovery from breast cancer.

Sarah Davis RMRC Coordinator

Real Media Real Change will present a short film by women from the community, celebrating the women they are and their way of living by ‘Nurturing the Woman within’ in our modern fast-paced society.

Natalie Benhayon ‘Our Cycles’

A public release of a new iPhone/iPad application, brought together by a member of the local community. This App is revolutionary in introducing a modern tool for women and men to follow cycles to initiate more body awareness, and supporting deeper self-care and respect. Great for all ages.

Morning Tea Celebration: Drinks and finger food supplied

Also view lead up events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbanewhich will also include talks by Natalie Benhayon to launch the Our Cycles App and explore the expectations we face in today’s society, and how these impact our general health and well-being.