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Jane is a grandmother, midwife, teacher, writer and menstrual educator. She gives workshops in Australia and internationally on mother and daughter preparation for menstruation, the spiritual practice of menstruation, and the sacred dimensions of pregnancy, birth, and menopause – a modern-day Women’s Mysteries Teacher.

PODCASTS

Angel Phoenix Arsenal

We’re about to have a conversation that is going to be oozing so much witchy woman warrior goddess queen shi$ that you might melt into a puddle of lava. Please get a change of panties, get your wand, get a journal because we have the phenomenal Jane Hardwicke Collings on the podcast today. We get down and dirty on so many topics here and the work that Jane has done for women throughout her career is just so impressive.

Juliet Allen

In this episode of Authentic Sex Juliet invited midwife and women’s mysteries teacher, Jane Hardwick Collings on the show to talk about birth and breastfeeding as a sexual experience, rites of passage as women, how our menarch impacts our entire life, the shamanic dimensions of pregnancy, the importance of a babymoon, the role of the father in the first 12 months of a child’s life, the importance of healing from trauma, menopause as a rite of passage … and so much more!

Dr Erin Bowe - Birth Trauma Training

I’d say that my guest today is like birth worker royalty, except that royalty typically represents a patriarchal system she’d hate. Instead, I will introduce her as a wild, wilful, wise woman. A goddess. A guru, the divine Jane Hardwicke Collings. Often the best way to move on the path forward is to ask the wisdom of those coming back. Jane and I talk about the concept of “fish can’t see water”. The fish being birth workers in the patriarchal birthing system.

Loren Cellentani - Witchy Wellness Radio

Episode 24: The Spiritual Practice of Menstruation with Jane Hardwicke Collings. How would life look differently if we actually appreciated our mensuration? Our menstrual cycle is the barometer of our well being. Are you tapping on empty or full of graditude and flourishing? The guest today, Jane Hardwicke Collings not only shows us how we can reclaim our menarche (starting of our menstruation phase in life) but also to incorporate the sacred spiritual practice of being a women, menstruation.

Ayla Myra - The Womancraft Podcast

In this episode, we explore Jane’s journey into shamanic womancrafting, feminine mysteries and working with goddesses. Jane talked extensively about her leap into this work coming through her journey as a midwife in Australia to her births that have weaved the way into her path and ultimately to the birth of The School of Shamanic Womancraft.
Jane’s story is an authentic expression of the healing/healed feminine. This episode will kick start you into the magic space of what a journey with the school could look like for you.

Priestess Podcast interview with Jane Hardwicke Collings

Julie Parker - The Priestess Podcast

I’d say that my guest today is like birth worker royalty, except that royalty typically represents a patriarchal system she’d hate. Instead, I will introduce her as a wild, wilful, wise woman. A goddess. A guru, the divine Jane Hardwicke Collings. Often the best way to move on the path forward is to ask the wisdom of those coming back. Jane and I talk about the concept of “fish can’t see water”. The fish being birth workers in the patriarchal birthing system.

Melissa Ambrosini Show

Episode 24: The Spiritual Practice of Menstruation with Jane Hardwicke Collings. How would life look differently if we actually appreciated our mensuration? Our menstrual cycle is the barometer of our well being. Are you tapping on empty or full of graditude and flourishing? The guest today, Jane Hardwicke Collings not only shows us how we can reclaim our menarche (starting of our menstruation phase in life) but also to incorporate the sacred spiritual practice of being a women, menstruation.

VIDEO

Mayra Calvette - Birth Around the World

Amazing interview with the Midwife Jane Hardwicke Collings for Birth Around the World – Birth for Change. Jane said: “Childbirth is not an isolated event in a woman’s life, it is the culmination of her life to that point: it shows everything about her, her beliefs, her fears…. I think there are no failures in birth, every woman has the birth she needs to have, to learn what she needs to learn, to take her to the next place on her life journey.”

ARTICLE

The Planthunter

Healing Women, Healing the Earth: An interview with Jane Hardwicke Collings. There is a connection between how women treat themselves and are treated by society, and how we treat the earth. That women, like the earth, are governed by cycles, and by paying great attention to our ever-changing bodies and beings and acting accordingly, we may just have a chance to re-awaken our true power. And if we can do this, perhaps we can be the change we so need to look after our wounded planet.

Be Your Own

“I am working for the Goddess” – Jane Hardwicke Collings. Jane also leads a grassroots activism program called Agents of the Goddess Special Ops and Cunning Stunts for all those who care about the state of the Earth, birth, menstruation, menopause and the rates of abuse and trauma, and how that shows up in all our lives and what to do about that!