Owning Your Period
You have a better period.
Your pesky Aunt Flow might just be your fairy godmother. Discover the tips & tricks you need to take control. Your wish to have a better period has officially been granted.
Your period is a tooland you can use it to your advantage.
Fun, educational videos jam-packed with evidence-based tips & tricks
Workbook with informational, inspiring, and empowering assignments
Access to Owning Your Period private group to continue the conversation
Exclusive discounts from our period product partners
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You will learn how to:
Owning Your Period Lesson Plan
Rethinking Your Period 12:55
The first step to owning your period is really OWNING your period. Let's talk about being more unapologetic when it comes to one of your body's most natural and amazing phenomenons!
Understanding Your Cycle 13:10
Your cycle happens all month long. Understand each phase so you can know what to expect and how to align your cycle with your daily life.
Let's Get Tracking 13:20
Do you track your period? Do you know when you're ovulating? Are you familiar with basal body temperature? Become your body's #1 expert so you can always know what's going on (and better respond when something's off).
It's All About Balance 16:07
Stress, nutrition, sleep—it all relates to your overall cycle. Let's dig into different steps you can take every day to optimize your hormones for better health and a more manageable period.
Meet Demi Spaccavento
Demi is the founder of Bright Girl Health, a women’s health educator and a passionate high school teacher. She believes that anyone who menstruates should never feel left in the dark about their own body.
Demi has worked with high school students for 8 years in many schools across Australia and is dedicated to empowering people with periods to be in tune with their physical and emotional wellbeing through health education. Understanding reproductive health is an obstacle many young girls and menstruators face because of embarrassment, shame, lack of resources, shying away from ‘taboos,’ and misinformation from the media or friends. Demi’s goal is to break through the silence when it comes to discussing reproductive health.