Webinars for Coaches
November 2022 – Ongoing
We are working with Irise, a global leader in menstruation education and advocacy, to support hundreds of youth football coaches across the UK. Our online webinars provide practical lessons and advice for coaches to bring directly to their teams. Contact us to schedule a webinar with your club or coaches group.
Auckland, New Zealand (November 2022)
Delivering our presentation to a global audience of leaders in gender equality and sport. We also got to see the rugby World Cup Final! #LikeaBlackFern
When? 13th June, 2022 from 3-5pm (CET)
What? Join us in person or online for this important event. We will discuss menstrual health and sport, with focus on athlete experiences and guidance for coaches, athletes and sport organisations. Experts from around the world will provide diverse perspectives. Be a part of this exciting event in the heart of the Olympic movement, with a network of change-makers! #PowertoPlayPeriod
In person attendance fee is 10 CHF (approx £8, $10 US, €10) and includes a drinks/refreshments recepion following the workshop. Online registration is free.
Who? Dr Sarah Zipp, Lilamani de Soysa and Dr Sasha Sutherland will lead the event, hosted by our parnters at SportWorks.
Why? This event is designed to help leaders in sport better understand the challenges girls and women face around menstrual health, provide educational resources and discuss recommendations for future practice and policy. We have invited leaders, coaches and athletes from the sport ecosystem to collaborate together on this important topic.
Recent research shows that coping with menstrual cycle symptoms is a key challenge for girls and women in sport. However, very little is available to help coaches and sport leaders better understand their experiences and support them. There is no standard for including menstrual health in coaches’ education. We designed the Power to Play, Period programme to meet this need. Our diverse team brings decades of experience in sport practice, research and teaching, including hosting a menstruation and sport workshop.
Where? SportWorks headquarters at
Maison du Sport International Building D, 3rd Floor Avenue de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne, Vaud 1007, CH