India are regarded as the sleeping giant of women's cricket, and despite the team's rapid profile rise on the back of making the finals of the World Cup in 2017 and the T20 World Cup in 2020, the country's cricket powers have been slow to establish a women's Indian Premier League.
"I think it's naturally the next step," says Healy of a women's IPL. "The women's game in India is such an untapped market.
"You look at the India side at the moment and I'd be terrified to think how good they're going to be in 10 years' time if they get the opportunity to experience a lot of cricket in a lot of different places, and have international players come in and play in a women's IPL."
A rise in domestic leagues though will need to be balanced with a growing international schedule in which the top female players are on tour for longer than ever before. Particularly with the desire to play more Test cricket. Healy agrees that a degree of cautious planning is necessary.
"We've always been screaming for more cricket and more international cricket, so all of a sudden if you throw in domestic leagues in there you're taking away from the international game," she explains.
"The opportunities are amazing so you'd be silly not to take that up, but there's going to have to be some sort of balancing act to make it work."
At home, Healy balances her own life by spending time with her two Staffordshire Bull Terriers, time on the golf course where she is a three-handicapper, and time with her Australia fast bowler husband Mitchell Starc.
She chuckles at the order in which these three pastimes are put to her, and laughs within deliberate earshot of Starc that the order of priorities is absolutely spot on.
At the age of 30, she is often asked how long she intends to play for and what's next. In the coming months the return of cricket including the debut of women's cricket at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in July is a definite target. She has also signed for the Northern Superchargers in the Hundred.
So there are still new experiences to be had for this passionate, talented, history making cricketer.