Wild Flow with Charlotte Pointeaux

Wild Flow with Charlotte Pointeaux

In a world where cycles are all around us in nature, most of us are taught to suppress and deny their power and presence on our health, wellbeing and quality of life. Host Charlotte Pointeaux shows her clients and listeners how to do the opposite. Featuring solo episodes and soulful conversations with powerful change-makers, thought-leaders and embodied teachers, Wild Flow podcast and Charlotte's online courses are created to help women embrace their cycles, work with them to thrive, and uncover deeper realisations about themselves through cycle work. If you're ready to embrace your feminine energy and discover all that cyclical living has to offer, you're in the right place. Are you ready? Let's flow!

Episodes

May 18, 2022 53 min
Monique Dickson is The Cyclical Mum, new mama of four little ones and also, a previous private client of mine who I held space for during her pregnancy. I am absolutely thrilled to be reunited with this delicious woman on the other side of the birth of her babe to reflect and share on our different experiences of the inner seasons of pregnancy and the post-partum period, and how applying cycle awareness to pregnancy significantly s...
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Menopause is such a shamed and unspoken experience for many generations of women who receive the messaging that it's not possible to thrive post menopause, and that ageing is a terrible thing. Whilst it can bring physical, mental, emotional and spiritual experiences that are unpleasant, menopause is not the end of the road. 

My guest Kate Codrington is a few years post menopause and is here to tell us that its possible to feel w...

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What a treat to speak with a treasured teacher, inspiring leader and potent role model of mine. Julie Parker taught me to become a Life Coach, and she is still teaching me today through her embodied leadership how to hold powerful, safer, inclusive and transformational spaces - and how to lead from a place of deep integrity. I invited Julie to join us on Wild Flow for a conversation that truly calls us into our own integrity, devot...

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Kylie Holmes joined me for a free-flowing conversation on the podcast which we let flow exactly where it needed to go. Kylie is that biz soul sister friend of mine who cheers me on, sees straight through me, calls me out and keeps me feeling powerful, self-trusting and living and leading in alignment with how I desire to show up. We're on a wavelength and believe in growing sustainable, soulful, intuition-led lives and business...

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PMDD is a very common disorder experienced affecting lives often in very debilitating ways, and yet very little is known about what it actually is and how to effectively, safely, and properly treat the underlying root cause (which is so often the case when it comes to women's health!). 


My guest today Jes Hagan lived with PMDD for almost two decades and tried absolutely every treatment offered to her, losing so much in the meant...

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Jyoti Chadda is my cycle coach sister, its an honour and exciting to introduce you to her and her cycle work rooted in the traditions of Ayurveda and Yoga. 

Jyoti explains that Ayurveda translates to "knowledge of life" and she describes it as a very holistic science, the sister science of yoga, and a philosophy wherein the physical and energetic bodies are understood as a whole rather than individual and separate parts.

In o...

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How does the universe and cosmos, the earth, our environment and the people around us influence our menstrual cycle and menopause experience? 

As within, so without, as above, so below. My guest Tracey Stevens is an emotional root cause health practitioner and sees a strong connection between the universal flow and chaos around us playing out in human health - which can impact our menstrual health and menopause. 

The cycles of nature...

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Endometriosis is a very prevalent condition affecting women and people born with female anatomy affecting 1 in 10 in Australia. Its a misunderstood, under-researched and taboo topic so people living with endo, or suspecting they have it suffer terribly and for many years before receiving the correct help. 

Given that March has been Endometriosis Awareness Month I invited Isabella Gosling into the podcast to shine a light on the cond...

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Hormones are the intricate chemical messengers that shape our menstrual cycle experience and more than ever we are experiencing how imbalances here can affect our health not just in the reproductive system, but in many other systems and parts of the body too. 

We are also learning a lot from research that tells us that there are many factors which influence hormone health and todays guest Giulietta Durante is passionate about empowe...

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Have you ever had exactly what you desired come to life only to freak out about it?

Winning International Coach of the Year blew my mind. In fact, just being named a finalist at the end of the year was a huge enough deal, at first I fell into a bit of a spiral of not feeling enough, and wondering how I could expand into my next level self who felt worthy of winning.

Fast forward and I did win. And I didn't vomit on myself when I...

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Todays episode is a potent conversation with special guest Shoshana Sadia about reclaiming, healing and repairing the energy held within, and your relationship with your wombspace. Shoshi shares her journey of reclamation after experiencing betrayal, and how she discovered energetic blockages in her sacral chakra, and unlocked her creativity, pleasure, sexuality and sensuality within her womb through ritual, practice, ceremony and ...

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Menstrual shame can be unwillingly perpetuated by those around us, which for children, includes friends, family, school peers and teachers, and our cultural programming.

When its difficult for children to have open conversations, ask questions and seek support from their girlfriends and the adults who are tasked with teaching them about periods and puberty, its no surprise that children quiet, internalise the shame, and don't a...

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Alisha Faye is the Creatrix of Sacred Sync™, Yoni Priestess, Womb Healer, Rite of Passage Facilitator and Women’s Wellbeing Coach for the awakened woman. She has recently become a Certified First Moon Circle Facilitator where I've had the pleasure of journeying with Alisha and witnessing intergenerational healing happening for her as she reconnected to her own menarche. 

Through Womb Health Education, Somatic Healing, Embodiment...

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Giselle Pitt is one of our original First Moon Circle Facilitators, and is mad passionate about raising her own three daughters and son to be period- positive. In their house, conversations about where in their cycles each person in, and what they need, is an everyday occurrence. 

In our conversation Giselle shares that it was far from always being this way, and that it was her eldest daughter’s struggles with menstrual problems tha...

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February 16, 2022 11 min

Well hello there lovely! Welcome back to Wild Flow podcast with me Charlotte! It's been a short while and oh gosh I so needed the end of year break to be able to come back inspired, devoted, and energised for a second season!

I feel like Season 1 was the Inner Winter: the sowing and germinating of seeds, deepening of roots and getting the foundations just right. Now Season 2 for me is about what comes next: those seedlings blos...

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I'm so excited to be able to share a cheeky bonus episode with you during our season break! 

I was a guest on the lovely cycle coach Sophie French's podcast Earth Within in late 2021, and it was such a fab episode that I asked Sophie if she would allow me to share our episode here with you. 

Originally shared on Earth Within as three bitesize episodes, here is the full length episode, so get comfy, tune in and join us as we t...

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In this final episode of season 1, I am giving you a massive invitation to see what is and isn't working for you because this, the pre-menstrual phase, is the phase when our whole life comes under the microscope for review. It's your body's way of inviting you to look really closely and to not ignore what's going on underneath the surface of the day to day. 

The pre-menstrual phase is known as the Inner Autumn, the f...

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Nat is a sister Cycle Coach Mentor and friend,  menstrual cycle awareness and empowerment coach and a lover of intuitive movement.  She's passionate about helping people transform to PMS into power and experience period bliss - and loves all things 'via negativa'.

In this conversation today Nat shares with us what the via negativa of the menstrual cycle is, how we can allow it to exist with ease in our lives, and how we...

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Sarah Starrs is someone I have been excited to speak with on the podcast, as she is passionate about something I am living and breathing: how to manage family life around the reality of your menstrual cycle. 

As a mum of three young children and being married to a man who doesn't have- but is keen to learn about - my cycle, I am still finding my feet when it comes to cycle syncing family life and my relationship to harmoniously ...

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November 24, 2021 45 min

Ovulation is a massive indicator of your overall health. if you don't ovulate you don't have a period and if you don't ovulate your body isn't making a number of really important hormones that are required for long-term health and strength. Ovulation is actually the most important part of your cycle and we really need to be paying attention to living, and feeling really well in this phase of your menstrual cycle whi...

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