This March, we are celebrating Women’s History Month here at TSS. As a female-founded company that strives to empower women, we want to celebrate the contributions women have made to society both throughout history and today. We encourage you to learn about women that have shaped your community. Take a moment to reflect, connect with the women in your life, and celebrate! This month, let's show ourselves some love through movement, self-care, and by supporting female-founded businesses. 


Supporting female-founded businesses this month and throughout the year is very important to us here at TSS. I wanted to share a few of my favorite female-founded brands who not only have incredible products, but also resilient and amazing founders. I encourage you to click through the brands below, learn more about their founders, and explore their awesome products!

Seed Health 

Seed was founded in 2015 by serial entrepreneur, advisor, and angel investor Ara Katz. She founded the company to pioneer applications of microbes for both human and environmental health. She led the company's fundraising with the goal of accelerating R+D (research and development), and moving the company beyond their awesome DS-01™  Daily Synbiotic into more applications across dermatology, oral hygiene, pediatrics, women's health, infant health, and nutrition. I can’t wait to see where Ara takes Seed Health next!

I’ve been taking Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic for over a year now - and it’s truly transformed my gut health. It wasn’t until I found a high quality synbiotic (that’s a pre- and probiotic combo) that I actually felt a difference in my overall health. If you’d like to try Seed’s Daily Synbiotic, you can use the code TSS to save 15% off!


KORA Organics
Miranda Kerr self-funded KORA Organics and launched the brand in her home country Australia in 2009. She started the brand on the principle that KORA Organics uses Certified Organic ingredients that are not only healthier, safer, but also more potent and powerful. My favorite product is Rose Quartz Luminizer!



Katie Sturino founded Megababe in 2017 because she couldn’t find body products to tackle “taboo” body issues women face daily. They make clean, cute body care products that really work to keep you comfortable in your skin. I love the Spacebar soap and Rosy Pitts deodorant!


Electric Picks

Best friends MJ Carlson and Chantel Gia founded Electric Picks in 2011. Each piece of jewelry is curated with thought and crafted with love. I am so excited to be creating a capsule collection with Electric Picks launching March 22nd! 



Saysh is a community-centered lifestyle brand that creates products for, and by, women. The brand was founded by Allyson Felix, the most decorated Track and Field Olympian of all time. She designed the brand’s first sneaker, the Saysh One, specifically for the true proportion and needs of a women’s foot. We have two awesome workouts with Allyson on the TSS app. Try out our 9min Quickie Booty 31 or our 6min Plank Abs 23, both featuring Allyson!



Ilana Kugel, the Creative Director and Founder of Koral, was inspired to create the brand by her Sao Paulo lifestyle. After working her way up in the fashion industry, she saw a gap in the market for fashion-forward, premium activewear and swimsuits. Her pieces perfectly balance performance with fashion!



Avaline is a range of clean wines that are full of natural goodness. Founders Katherine Power and Cameron Diaz have worked together with three wineries to create a higher standard in winemaking: delicious taste, clean ingredients, and bold transparency.



Ritual is a line of daily essential multivitamins for women, men, and kids. Katerina Schneider couldn’t find the perfect prenatal vitamin with ingredient transparency, so she built her own. Ritual was built with the belief that better health begins with better ingredients. I have taken the Ritual essential multivitamin for women, the prenatal vitamin, and the postnatal vitamin!


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