Phoenix, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/07/2018 -- Usui Reiki Master and certified in Quantum Energy Transformation, Integrated Energy Therapy and Quantum Touch, and VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness Host, Ms. Lorraine Giordano will interview disabled CEO menstrual cup innovator and creator of Keela, Jane Hartman Adame and medical device designer, Andy Miller February 7, 2018 at 3pm Pacific | 6 pm Eastern time.
To listen live: https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2634/the-womb-happy-hour and to call into the show: 866–472–5792.
This weeks show: "The Game Changer: Keela Cup – The Innovative Inclusive Menstrual Cup"
Menstrual cups are better for the environment, save cost over time, and can be worn for up to 12 hours. However, they can be difficult to use, especially for those with health challenges. Jane was recently diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), a connective tissue disorder characterized by joint instability. Due to the EDS, handling certain physical tasks are challenging for Jane, including using a cup. She was inspired to improve menstrual cups with the help of her medical device friend, Andy Miller, to create Keela Cup, a cup that's as easy to remove as a tampon! What revolutionizes and sets Keela Cup apart from others is it's patented pullstring stem.
Keela is changing the status quo with a redesigned menstrual cup that is easier to remove and insert and the pullstring stem allows users to personalize the length of the stem without having to cut. Keela Cup is is made from 100 percent medical-grade silicone, is vegan, hypo-allergenic and BPA-free.
With 1,077 supporters raising $55,808 USD in just six weeks, it's clear that the world agrees with the needed redesign and is ready to embrace this new, easier menstrual care option. Keela has also caught the eye of many press outlets as "inclusivity" poses to be an important word for 2018. Keela has been featured in Bustle, Teen Vogue and Femestella.
If you've been curious about using a menstrual cup but thought it might be too hard to maneuver, or even if you've been using a cup for years, you'll want to learn more about how Keela cup can support and make things easier for you down there.
Quote from Jane:
"For me, Keela has been a project of empowerment. Rather than being embarrassed or quietly discouraged by the difficulty I had using other cups, I looked at the problem head-on and carved out a solution. When I first got my EDS diagnosis, I couldn't imagine what I could do for work with this body. I thought I was broken, and many days I still feel this way, but I now know I can use my disadvantages to make a positive impact."
Quote from Lorraine: "We're in such an exciting time with a much needed focus on innovating female products. Keela is an important and inspiring example of creativity, collaboration, inclusivity, transformation and service expressed in a menstrual cup."
About "The Womb Happy Hour Show with Lorraine Giordano" Radio Show
The Womb Happy Hour is a fun and insightful show that shares ideas for women to feel inspired to create a stronger connection to their creative womb and other vital organs down there. When's the last time you considered your womb area, or pelvic bowl, a second skull holding valuable information and wisdom? Whether you want to create a baby, enhance a relationship, or advance in your career learn to connect more and tap into your feminine energy center to give birth to what your heart desires. Even if you and your down there aren't in perfect sync why not spend a happy hour to appreciate just how powerful your body is, learn easy tips to improve that bond and hear how your down there health connects to other areas of your overall well-being.
Each show will focus on a juicy topic, simple tips will be exchanged and guests will share valuable personal experiences and nuggets of womb wisdom to help improve and empower your health and well-being.
Learn more about Lorraine Giordano at http://www.inspiredtohealth.net/
Listen to The Womb Happy Hour at https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2634/the-womb-happy-hour
About Jane Hartman Adame and Andy Miller
Jane Hartman Adame is the CEO of Keela and created Keela menstrual cups. Jane is a former hairdresser who is living with the challenges of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a connective tissue disorder characterized by joint instability. EDS makes it difficult for Jane to do lots of things, including using a menstrual cup. She set out to make something better for people like her (and everyone else, too).
Andy is a seasoned medical device designer whose previous work has been covered in the New York Times, CNN, CBS, and WIRED. He's proud to facilitate woman- and disability-driven design to create better products for menstrual and reproductive health.
Learn more about Keela at http://keelacup.com/
Demonstration video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLm8hHZOSEE
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