Wometamorphosis / Turning points in women’s life

Are you:

  • at a crossroads?
  • starting the next phase of life?
  • facing new challenges?
  • feeling stuck in your life?
  • lost in what your real desire is?

Through life we navigate different transition periods. Some of them feel nice and are nourishing, other changes bring uncertainty, losses and pain. Some are universal phases of a woman’s life (like puberty, starting a new relationship, becoming a mother or not, going through menopause, retirement). Some we might choose (like a career change or move) and some we might not (like losing a loved one). 

We take an active role or not, we may be disoriented and confused during these periods  with all its promises of new possibilities and also its anxiety, emptiness and fears.

In this 2-day workshop for women we’ll be exploring the transition phase which you are going through. We’ll take time to: 

  • close and integrate the past 
  • explore the challenges and opportunities of the metamorphosis
  • shape the next stage of your life 

You will gain new energies, a sense of power and hope and a feeling of being more grounded in your own life.

When and where?

23-24th March 2020, Den Haag *

6-7th April 2020, Amsterdam*

*The final venue will be communicated in February


Early bird price den Haag if you register before 25th of February: 250 Euros

Early bird price Amsterdam if you register before 9th of March : 250 Euros

300 Euros/ 2 days (included coffee and tea)

The workshop is led by Orsi and Milena.

More about us: https://consciousageing.life/whoweare/

Registration: Here

All other details about the program will be sent to participants after registration.


Embracing and cultivating Midlife Change and the opportunities it brings /workshop in Malta, 27-29 April, 2018/

Keywords: active, energetic, proactive, co-inspiration, connection, awareness, Midlife Change, connecting with Nature, inner power, consciousness, female life-cycles, Beauty of Cycles, humour

We all know the term: “midlife crisis”. Is it a must? Does it really have to happen? Or is it just a wrong approach? We, at Conscious Ageing, believe in Midlife Change. Going through demanding mental, emotional, existential, hormonal and bodily changes is an inevitable part of life. How we go through this? That is the art of it…

“Tackling Midlife Change” is a series of workshops in which we create space for participants to address their own midlife issues. Our aim is to support inner-change in an inspiring and peaceful environment. Participating in the workshops one can expect to raise her self-awareness, consciousness, and proactivity when reflecting on those very individual and personal challenges.

  • Are you just about realising that these topics resonate with you these days?
  • Have you been thinking about similar issues for a while?
  • Have you already got questions to work on and would like to elaborate on them further?
  • Are you looking for a like-minded community and space to support your inner work?

If the answer is yes to any of them, you might want to consider joining in.

This workshop aims to raise awareness about our own Midlife Changes. It addresses emotional, mental and bodily challenges in an empowering way.

Working and connecting with Nature is a powerful tool to reach and maintain our inner peace and balance, even if we are going through challenging periods in our lives. During the workshop, we will work on our connection with our inner selves as well as with Nature. We are also going to work with permaculture principles and how they can be used to support our Midlife Change.

When: 27th – 29th April 2018

This is a non-residential workshop. (If you need accommodation, please get in touch.)
Friday: 4pm – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 7pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Where: Buggiba, Malta
The programme includes a garden visit to Marsaxlokk on Saturday morning.

Price: 135 Eur

Maximum number of participants: 10
Minimum number of participants: 6

How to apply?

  1. Please, fill out this application form.
  2. We will then send you information about availability. If there are free spaces left, you will be provided with the information on how to pay the participation fee via PayPal.
  3. Available places will be filled up according to the payments received.
  4. Once your payment is received we will confirm your place.

Deadline for applications: 20th April

Major program/methodological elements

  • Small group work
  • Individual work
  • Body awareness exercise
  • Creative self-expression
  • Cognitive inspiration

Trainers: Milena and Kinga

If you have any questions, please contact us here or via our FB Page.

Midlife Change is tuff?
Let’s explore, laugh and grow together!




Purple economy and care crisis

“[Brussels, 25 January 2018] This paper argues for a Purple economy focusing on care at the heart of sustainable development. Written on behalf of EWL, by Anna Sofia Fernandes from the EWL Portuguese coordination, the paper sets forth a vision for an economic model that places care as its backbone. Investing in care is part of a forward looking, long term sustainable development model.”
Source and read the whole article:


Silver economy

“Around the world, people are ageing. The phenomenon is more marked in the developed world. In Europe and focusing on The Netherlands specifically, the average age of the population has gone from 71 in 1960, to around 81 in 2014. This trend has been seen in many countries around the world and has led to an increasing number of policy decisions on how to better support and utilise this increasingly significant population. For example, ‘The silver economy’ as a concept is more positive than traditional concepts of ageing, that tend to focus on the simple provision of care and support to the elderly community. The silver economy as a concept, focuses on how economically significant the +65 age group can be. Could the significance of ‘silvers’ in the future lead to a change in how we treat and support people as they age? Could policies and attitudes to ageing become more nuanced and lead to increasingly diverse ways in which this group can contribute and support local and national economies?”

Read more about it here: