Please give us your elevator pitch:

Myoni is the eco-friendly, ethically produced menstrual cup that is recyclable and made in Australia with love. Made from the highest quality materials, every decision of its production and design have been made consciously for you and the planet.

Tell us three unique things about your business:

Myoni cup is 100% made in Australia from the cup to the clam pouch and packaging.

Myoni is a purpose-driven company and social enterprise, we have committed to giving profit and cups to help fight period poverty.

Myoni was founded by 3 friends with a passion for period positivity. Periods and our cycles are a superpower and we think every menstruator should understand how to harness it. We think periods have been taboo for way too long.

What can attendees expect to see from you at TCS?

Come and see us for a chat about all things menstrual cups, conscious period support and periods.

Our stall features Myoni Cup and its clam bag with designs by Australian Artist Clare Richie and other goodies.

Join Myoni co-founder, Sarah for the “Loving your period and unlocking the superpower of your cycle” workshop. We will dive deep into the four phases of your cycle, how to harness it and tap into your inner womb wisdom. We will also cover the essentials in choosing conscious period products. Book for the workshop and see more details in The Conscious Space program.

Can you tell us a little about your background and where the inspiration came from for your business?

We have used menstrual cups for aged but agreed they could be better and way more stylish (our signature clam bag is something to be shown off not hidden away). So we tried every cup on the market and decided to make our own. Myoni is built on strong foundations of being environmentally conscious, having ethical production and supply chains and being Australian made. We have stuck with these and have proven that eco-friendly and ethical can be fun and beautiful too.

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