When we launched Lane 9 Project, our focus was honed in on education and awareness. While those two things remain key to our vision, we’ve worked hard to be flexible, open, and responsive to the needs of our community. What started as a small group run at the local coffee shop is now a growing movement and conversation on a very important topic. We’re happy to be talking.
Here are some ways you can be involved:
Looking for a community? Looking for a little extra support in your ED/amenorrhea recovery? If you’re active (or not at the moment!) and you like other lady-friends, we made a thing for you! Come on in and join us.
The virtual community is a private Facebook group within which women can seek support from fellow women. It is a judgment-free, safe space to discuss all things female health and running. Your opinions and positions may vary from others’ in the group, and that’s okay.
Share your Story
Sharing the stories of women in our community has become a driving force of the Lane 9 Project mission. As we began this project, we found that writing our stories and sharing them with others was a powerful and healing act. We quickly learned that others felt the same way and our blog became an outlet for numerous women. If you would like to share your story with us, please complete the Google Form below with your submission.
Share your Story Events
We currently do not have plans to host any in-person events until it is safe to do so
A key part of our mission is to help others take charge of their narratives. Since our inception, we’ve been opening up, sharing our stories, and helping the women and men of our community do the same. We have hosted two live, in-person Share your Story event. We sent out a request for your stories and selected a small group of courageous women to open up with us in an intimate setting with open hearts, minds, and complementary snacks. Would you like to host a Share your Story event in your town? Let us know, and we can help you get one started!
Want to get involved?
Want to get involved in the Lane 9 Project? We’re always seeking help, insight, and wisdom from the women and men of our community. Have an idea? Let us know, and we’ll be in touch.