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Health and Wellness

  • Endometriosis: a zine by Dana Kearley

    My name is Dana Kearley — I am an artist and illustrator based in Vancouver, BC. My artwork is a visceral response to personal life, being a woman, and my endless conflict…

  • Healthy Periods: A Doctor’s Global Perspective

    Guest blogger Saki Onda is a Masters of Public Health student in the global health department at the Harvard School of Public Health. The ability to manage our menses safely, comfortably, and…

  • Our Lunagal in NYC visits Barnard

    There are many measures of success, however I had to hand it to our brand and team when, asked by a student group at NYC-based Barnard College for a company representative to…

  • Positive period tips with Alisa Vitti

    Alisa Vitti is an integrative nutritionist who teaches women how to use their hormonal and neurochemical patterns to create extraordinary lives. She is the best-selling author of WomanCode and the founder of FLOLiving.com, a virtual health…

  • LunaCircle: Not your Mama’s birth control

    Join us for an evening of inspiration and empowerment with special guest Dr. Giselle Lefebvre, naturopathic doctor with a mission to Get Big Pharma Outta Our Bedrooms! She has been in practice…

  • Jeeti’s Cloth Pad Legacy

    Madeleine’s note: Jeeti is one of our Vancouver sister entrepreneurs, whose company, To Desire, creates incredible shawls and wraps made of luxurious fabric that are basically wearable art pieces. She is also…

  • Being the Change at BALLE 2013

    As I write, we are on our way to Buffalo New York to attend the BALLE  (Business Alliance for Local Living Economies) conference for our first time. We’re excited to connect with…

  • Know Your Flow interview

    What’s up with Knowing Your Flow? We got the scoop from a Naturopathic Physician and a Holistic Nutritionist on why they feel that Lunapads and the DivaCup make for healthier periods than…

  • 5 Reasons You Should Be Wearing Lunapads

    As a former New Yorker, I hustled uptown, downtown and across midtown through endless nights of work, fun and (little) sleep. I recently returned to Vancouver and  discovered Lunapads through a good…

  • Uganda 2012 Thank you!

    In December of 2011 we asked for support from friends, customers and members of the Mothering.com community to provide 300 girls with AFRIpads kits as part of our Uganda 2012 trip. We…