Over the Moon

Over the Moon is a class for 10-12 year old girls that educates, encourages, and equips young ladies on the path to womanhood.

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"I bought these for my daughter who just recently got her period and started high school. I didn't want her to have to experience any "accidents" with regards to her period. She already has heavy days and has bled through during the night onto her sheets. This has changed that, she loves these and I'm thankful for a different option to make periods less of a hassle for teens."

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"Seamless. Comfy. Soft. Absorbent. Effortless. Worry-free. Back-Up Leak Protection. No smell, no fear, no gross, no more constant concern about leaks!"
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"My daughter is of the age that most of her friends have started. Her biggest fear is that she will get her first period in the middle of class. These give her the peace of mind that she won't have to do the walk of shame to the nurses office."

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Over The Moon

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[03/21/16]   Feel awkward talking to your daughter about puberty? Looking for the right words to say?

Over the Moon is a class specifically designed for young ladies who are beginning the journey to womanhood. In this two hour class, we cover everything from female anatomy to helpful yoga moves! Moms are encouraged to come and participate with their daughters!

Topics Covered:

Physical/Emotional Changes
Female Anatomy
The Cycle
Hygiene and Self-Care
Tracking the Cycle
Preparing for Your First Moon
Each girl will leave with a First Moon Kit which includes:

A Tracking Bracelet
A Personal Comfort Warmer
Reference Cards
A pouch for keeping things discrete

Class Fee: $45

[03/19/16]   Attention Mommas: I need a final head count for Tues the 22nd.
Please comment below if you will be attending!


"When teenage girls in Ethiopia have their periods, they wash their blood-stained rags in water from wells without using soap and hide them under their bed to wear again the next day. In Bangladesh, menstrual rags washed for reuse are sometimes squeezed into roof thatches to dry so that no one notices them. In parts of the world where families cannot afford disposable menstrual pads and the stigma around periods is deep, adolescent girls often use discreet, unsanitary ways to wash and dry pads crafted from rags. Moreover, lack of access to sanitary products and fear of menstrual leaks often compel girls to skip, or even drop out of, school. Now a solution is in sight."

So begins Shivam Saini's compelling piece in Tech Insider about a new invention by three design students at the Art Center College of Design in California that allows girls and women to properly and discreetly wash and dry reusable pads. This low-cost tool, called Flo, won the students -- Mariko Higaki Iwai, Sohyun Kim, and Tatijana Vasily -- the top honor for a student design at this year's International Design Excellence Awards, one of the world’s most prestigious design competitions.

Around the world, 90% of girls use reusable or improvised menstrual items, rather than expensive disposable menstrual products. For some, this means pads or rags, but for many, it means whatever absorbent material is close to hand: old clothes, newspapers, or even leaves. Since the taboo around menstruation is still strong in many areas, girls are often hesitate to properly clean and dry the products they use, making them a breeding ground for bacteria and increasing girls' risk of illness. Flo was created to address this problem.

The simple device involves a basket that’s held by two sturdy plastic bowls. Girls put their reusable pads into Flo, add water and detergent -- about half of what would be necessary for handwashing -- and spin it with two strings, cleaning the pads and cutting down on drying time. Girls can then hang the basket up to allow the pads to dry; a burlap cloth tied around the basket provides privacy so that girls can dry the material thoroughly in the sun which helps kill bacteria. The toolkit also includes a zip-top pouch so that girls can carry their pads discreetly.

Flo’s creators have collaborated on a business plan with students from the Yale School of Management to work toward making Flo available around the world to help the millions of girls and women who could benefit from it. The toolkit will cost less than $3, making it much more affordable than disposable pads which cost 60 cents a package in a country like Kenya. Mariko, Sohyun, and Tatijana hope that Flo will make a big difference to girls who have been forced to choose between attending school and hygiene; as their project video says, “Flo supports girls to be comfortable and confident, so she can become who she wants to be.”

To read more and view photos on Tech Insider, visit http://bit.ly/1IZx6nC -- or check out their design page at http://marikoproduct.com/Flo

For many resources to help your Mighty Girl feel prepared for her first period -- including several recommended puberty guides and a first period kit -- check out our blog post “‘That Time of the Month’: Teaching Your Mighty Girl about Her Menstrual Cycle” at http://www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=3281

Among the featured resources is our favorite puberty guide for girls, "The Care and Keeping of You" -- this bestselling guide is now available in two versions, one for younger girls ages 8 and up (http://www.amightygirl.com/the-care-and-keeping-of-you-1) and one for slightly older girls ages 10 and up (http://www.amightygirl.com/the-care-and-keeping-of-you-2).

To help your tween understand the changes she's experiencing both physically and emotionally during puberty, we recommend a variety of books in our post on “Talking with Tweens and Teens About Their Bodies” at http://www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=2229

And, for two fantastic books about female inventors, we highly recommend the biographical “Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women” for readers 8 to 13 (http://www.amightygirl.com/girls-think-of-everything) and the delightful picture book “Rosie Revere, Engineer,” for ages 4 to 9 (http://www.amightygirl.com/rosie-revere-engineer).


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[03/17/15]   March and April are booked up! Now offering classes in May, June, and July. Message me if you are interested.

[02/03/15]   I am currently booking in-home classes for March and April. If your homeschool/church group would like to host a class feel free to message me!

[11/13/14]   We are now offering Over the Moon classes in the comfort of your own home! If you host a class of six or more girls, your class fee is waived! Message me for details!

[11/13/14]   We will not offer a November or Dec class. I will offer one in January.

[10/16/14]   Four spots open for the Oct 23rd class! Message me to register!

Super excited for our very first Over The Moon class this Thursday. Pictured below are the "Moonbeam Bracelets" that each girl will receive. These bracelets are wonderful for teaching the stages of the cycle and tracking cycles.

[08/28/14]   Wow! What a wonderful response! The Sept 25th class is full! Registration is now open for the second class on Oct 23rd.

[08/25/14]   The 1st Over the Moon class will be held Sept 25th 6-8pm at The Learning Cycle on Woodruff Rd. I have just a few openings, so message me ASAP to sign your daughter up.
If you can't make it in Sept, don't worry, I will teach another class In Oct.

[08/18/14]   How many of you knew nothing about your cycle before it started? What one thing do you wish someone would have said to you concerning the cycle?

[08/11/14]   If you would like to reserve a place in our first class on Sept 25th, send me a message with your daughter's name and age. I have 4 spots left!

[08/08/14]   Every young lady leaves the class with their very own "Moon Beam" Kit. It includes our handmade moonbeam braclet, a soothing rice pack, a handmade pouch for carrying personal items, and informative reference cards.

[08/08/14]   Feel awkward talking to your daughter about puberty? Looking for the right words to say? Over the Moon is a class specifically designed for young ladies who are beginning the journey to womanhood. In this two hour class, we cover everything from female anatomy to helpful yoga moves! Moms are encouraged to come and participate with their daughters!

[08/08/14]   Our first Over the Moon class starts Thursday Sept. 25th 6-8pm at The Learning Cycle.

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