Benow Hub

Welcome to Benow Hub! Use the category menu at the bottom to find resources for a range of themes to inspire and start conversation.

Project in Focus

  • Menstrual Cycle Tracking Sheets
    You can find some examples of Tracking Sheets to chart your Menstrual Cycle. These resources have been created […]
  • #Workwithyourcycle#
    Menstrual Cycle Awareness in the workplace – pilot project The world pandemic has highlighted the urgent need for […]

Hub News

  • BENOW Festival 2022
    We are sorry to announce that BENOW FESTIVAL won’t take place this year. We have limited resources and we are working on special projects to promote conversations on topics we […]
  • Benow 2021 – resources coming soon
    We are working to add all the resources (videos, practitioners’ profile, reading materials…) from the Festival 2021 to the website. You will have access to all those interesting things soon. […]
  • Benow
    Benow is a Cornish adjective that means ‘female/feminine’. We have chosen this word to name the festival and the project because we like the idea of celebrating and nurturing everybody’s […]

Benow ?

Benow is a Cornish adjective that means ‘female/feminine’. We have chosen this word to name the festival and the project because we like the idea of celebrating and nurturing everybody’s feminine side, regardless of the gender they identify as.

By chance, the word Benow is also a pun and can be read as Be-Now: a mindful invitation to fully focus on and live the present moment, an opportunity to be the best version of yourself in the here and now.

Benow is a festival of events, ideas, art, community and activism to explore and celebrate the culture of women. All welcome. We believe in the importance of conversations and connections, as a mean to promote change and improve people’s life.

Benow is also this digital hub for creative exchange, in which the culture of women is shared, co-curated and co-created. It is a community in which each person can find their voice. Where dialogues and conversations are the starting point for a shift in paradigm. A common ground to recognise and accept complexity, nurturing and developing resilience and a conscious approach to our own wellbeing.