Oct
15
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Oct
15
6:00 PM18:00

Prenatal Breastfeeding and Chestfeeding 101

"Breastfeeding + Chestfeeding 101," a comprehensive two hour workshop, covers the basics of milk production, how to know that your baby is getting enough, proper positioning and latch for successful nursing, possible complications and their resolutions, common breastfeeding misconceptions, and information on storing and expressing milk.  Individual concerns are also addressed and techniques and tips to ease the nursing relationship are shared.

+ $40 per couple

+ pre-registration required

+ instructor: Brittany McCollum

* our members receive 10% off of blossoming bellies courses! email britt@blossomingbelliesbirth.com to receive your discount!

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Oct
16
6:30 PM18:30

Potty Training 101 with Miss Catherine

This workshop will help you learn the simple tools and steps to start Potty Training with your little one. How do you know WHEN, HOW and WHAT to do when Potty Training your toddler. Join us in this workshop to learn the simple basics and some helpful tips to successfully Potty Train!

+ $15 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ instructor: catherine lessman

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Oct
17
12:00 PM12:00

Postpartum Mental Health Group

at least one in five moms and at least one in ten dads experience a postpartum mood disorder, but so few talk about it. the postpartum period, often called the fourth trimester, can be a time filled with isolation, anxiety, and sadness. this can all feel even more confusing if you are also experiencing the many highs of becoming a new parent. every month, this group, led by a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in perinatal and postpartum mental heath, will explore a different topic related to mental health and the transition to parenthood.

this month’s topic: feeling confident in early parenthood. parenthood is the first job you've had with no performance review. this group will focus on the intense feelings of doubt in capability that lead many new parents to feelings of depression and anxiety.

+ $10-$40 sliding scale (to be paid day of group)

+ no pre-registration required, just drop-in!

+ facilitator: julia rolf

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Oct
22
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Oct
22
6:30 PM18:30

Postpartum Mental Health Group

at least one in five moms and at least one in ten dads experience a postpartum mood disorder, but so few talk about it. the postpartum period, often called the fourth trimester, can be a time filled with isolation, anxiety, and sadness. this can all feel even more confusing if you are also experiencing the many highs of becoming a new parent. every month, this group, led by a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in perinatal and postpartum mental heath, will explore a different topic related to mental health and the transition to parenthood.

this month’s topic: feeling confident in early parenthood. parenthood is the first job you've had with no performance review. this group will focus on the intense feelings of doubt in capability that lead many new parents to feelings of depression and anxiety.

+ $10-$40 sliding scale (to be paid day of group)

+ no pre-registration required, just drop-in!

+ facilitator: julia rolf

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Oct
23
10:00 AM10:00

Health Chat with Fairmount Pediatrics

Join us for a monthly chat on hot topic health issues that new parents often have many questions about. We will start with an informal presentation on the monthly topic and then open up for a group discussion regarding the issue. Some topics may include: pediatric fever, fussiness in a new baby, baby bowel movements, and introducing solid foods.

This Month: Developmental milestones

What milestones should my baby be meeting in the first 2 years? What can I do to encourage these milestones? When do I need to worry? What resources are available to help? Answer these questions and more at this month’s Health Chat with Fairmount Pediatrics.

+ Free

+ No pre-registration required, just drop-in!

+ Babies welcome

+ Facilitator: Kristen Smith, PA-C

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Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Labor Skills and Preparation (3 week series)

In this 3 week childbirth education series, you will have the opportunity to practice useful skills in preparation for labor, as well as receive information about the benefits and risks of, and alternatives to the many options you may have along the way. Information will be presented in various formats, and there will be opportunities to move, explore, interact, and engage with the material so that you do not spend the entire time sitting and listening.

All those who attend this workshop, expecting parents and support team alike, will be encouraged to accept responsibility and take an active role in birth. Personal and cultural belief systems about pain will be identified, as will personal belief systems and attitudes about birth, in order to reframe those that are not conducive to positive birthing. Common comfort measures for birth will also be addressed, as will the importance of doulas, labor companions, choosing a birth place that feels safe and a birth team that is supportive and understanding.

You will learn practical tools to support your physical and emotional comfort throughout labor (such as positioning, movement, breath, hands-on support from a birth partner, etc). There will be time to reflect on and discuss how you feel and act in times of discomfort so that you can explore the comfort measures that may work best for you.

You will learn how to use each of these tools as a means to ease both body and mind. We will also discuss how these simple comfort measures can contribute to the progression of your labor, and minimize the amount of time you may spend in pain and overwhelm. We will also discuss how particular comfort measures may or may not fit into your intended labor and birth plan.

Learn about the differences between receiving care through an OB, versus a midwife; hospital birth, versus birth center, versus home birth; the stages of labor, and common interventions at each stage.

Your partner, your friend/family member who may be supporting your labor, or your doula is welcome and encouraged to join you for this learning experience. This independent childbirth education series can be an excellent supplement to other courses you may be taking at your hospital or birth center – while some of the information may overlap, much of it will be different and presented in a new way.

+ $220 per birthing person (welcome to bring up to two birth partners with you each session i.e partner, friend, family, doula)

+ workshop runs for three Wednesdays - October 23rd, 30th, and November 6th

+ pre-registration required (a minimum of three attendees needed to hold workshop)

+ instructor: jenna brown

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Oct
24
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Oct
24
6:30 PM18:30

So, You Wanna Have a Vegan Pregnancy?: Demystifying Plant Based Nutrition for Expecting Parents

Pregnancy nutrition can be confusing, especially from a plant-based perspective. This workshop will provide reliable guidance on what whole plant based foods to prepare during your pregnancy to sustain you in each trimester and build a healthy baby. All kinds of eaters who are interested in incorporating more plants prenatally are welcomed! Topics covered include: why nutrition matters during pregnancy, the benefits and challenges of a plant based pregnancy, how to find quality supplements, as well as what vitamins and minerals to give attention to for those who are exclusively plant based. Special attention will be given to what herbs are safe during pregnancy as well as the early postpartum period.

+ $35 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ partial scholarship available for each: one ACCESS cardholder and one expecting Black mother

+ instructor: Taylor Johnson-Gordon

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Oct
25
1:00 PM13:00

Developmental Playtime

The AAP says to place our babies on their backs to sleep. Many gadgets we place our babies in have them lying on their backs as well. (Think car seats, baby swings, cribs.) Lying on their backs for too long can lead to head shape concerns and even development issues.
Did you know babies need to be on their tummies for at least 6 hours a day to build their core strength and help them reach important milestones such as crawling and walking? You may have read about TummyTime and want to do it, but your baby doesn’t like it. In class, you and your baby will learn ways to enjoy TummyTime.

Infant massage and TummyTime can also:
- Improve sleep (sleep is as important as food)
- Enhance GI function (baby fussy, gassy, colicky?)
- Promote optimal head shape (love the rounded look, to match the cheeks!)
- Facilitate physiologic brain development (big word meaning that your baby’s brain grows the way it should.)
- Breastfeed more easily (yay!)
- Develop core strength and optimize physical development (Your baby’s body will be more balanced and symmetrical.)
- Build trust and safety (and fun too.)
- Have fun and help your baby develop strength & reach those milestones.

+ $25/$45 per couple

+ best for babies 0-6 months

+ pre-registration required

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama Members (call or inquire within)

+ instructor: Nikki Lee

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Oct
29
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Nov
5
6:30 PM18:30

Let's Talk Birth

Join us every first Tuesday of the month for a discussion on birth. Share your story, hopes, frustrations, or just come to listen as we reflect on birth in this society and our roles in it. This group is free and for all those who have given birth, those wanting to be or are pregnant, birth workers, or anyone interested in discussing birth in our culture. Led by midwives Terri Simmons and Carol Poorman-Shih, this environment is safe and supportive of all experiences and perspectives.

+ free

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ first Tuesday of every month

+ facilitators: Terri Simmons and Carol Poorman-Shih

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Nov
10
10:00 AM10:00

Infant and Child CPR

This course teaches the lifesaving skills of infant and child CPR with breaths and mild and severe airway block for children, and infants. Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment using the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible.

This class is for people who want to learn CPR but do not need a CPR course completion card to meet a job requirement. This course is ideal for community groups, new parents, grandparents, babysitters, and others interested in learning how to save a life.

+ $55 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ facilitator: Elena Jaworski

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Nov
11
6:00 PM18:00

Time Management for Busy Parents

Do you find yourself running against time all the time, and constantly second-guessing your work-life balance choices? Then this class if for you!

During this workshop, you will learn a different way to approach your relationship with time, discover simple techniques to improve it, and you will be encouraged to take specific action steps that will have an immediate impact on your daily life.  

+ $25 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ facilitator: Stefania Baita

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Nov
13
6:00 PM18:00

Tiny Bites: Baby-Led Feeding Basics

Baby ready for food? Heard of “Baby-Led Weaning” and are curious to know more? Come to the peer-led workshop and learn how to take the theory into practice, and feel more confident as you start food introduction. Join other parents for this informative workshop which will cover:

-When is it appropriate to start solids

-Why Baby-Led Weaning (feeding!) would be right for you- whole food AND puree BLW!

-Everything you need to get started (hint: it’s simple)

-Amount and types of foods that are good “first foods” (updated from international guidelines)

-Gagging vs. Choking

-Size of foods that should be offered during for a variety of developmental levels

-Learn how this approach can mean 1 Family = 1 Meal (no more multiple meals!)

 Leave with a few tried and true baby led weaning recipe favorites.   While this workshop is geared towards adults, feel free to bring your infant if that encourages participation. 

+ $55 person / $65 couple

+ pre-registration required

+ Babies are welcome to attend but not required

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ Instructor: Tegan Bernstein

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Nov
18
6:30 PM18:30

Yoga for Birth: Practical Tools for Labor

We will learn how to use breath as a tool for mind and body, to support and ease fear. Birth partners will learn to use hands-on techniques to offer support and comfort. We will practice positions and see how breath and posture can be used to encourage the progress of labor, ease pain, and impact the pelvic floor. This workshop is for couples or birthing person and support person, though if you would like to attend solo, please email and accommodations will be made.

+ $65 per couple / $45 individual

+ pre-registration required

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ instructor: Tegan Bernstein

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Nov
20
6:00 PM18:00

Developmental Playtime

The AAP says to place our babies on their backs to sleep. Many gadgets we place our babies in have them lying on their backs as well. (Think car seats, baby swings, cribs.) Lying on their backs for too long can lead to head shape concerns and even development issues.
Did you know babies need to be on their tummies for at least 6 hours a day to build their core strength and help them reach important milestones such as crawling and walking? You may have read about TummyTime and want to do it, but your baby doesn’t like it. In class, you and your baby will learn ways to enjoy TummyTime.

Infant massage and TummyTime can also:
- Improve sleep (sleep is as important as food)
- Enhance GI function (baby fussy, gassy, colicky?)
- Promote optimal head shape (love the rounded look, to match the cheeks!)
- Facilitate physiologic brain development (big word meaning that your baby’s brain grows the way it should.)
- Breastfeed more easily (yay!)
- Develop core strength and optimize physical development (Your baby’s body will be more balanced and symmetrical.)
- Build trust and safety (and fun too.)
- Have fun and help your baby develop strength & reach those milestones.

+ $25/$45 per couple

+ best for babies 0-6 months

+ pre-registration required

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama Members (call or inquire within)

+ instructor: Nikki Lee

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Nov
21
6:30 PM18:30

Diastasis Recti Information Session

Still have a belly pooch months (or even years!) after pregnancy? Have dreams of having a flat belly again? It’s NEVER too late to close the gap! 

Diastasis Recti is the separation of the rectus abdominis muscles (the outer layer of abdominal muscles that form the ‘6-pack’). Diastasis Recti is very common during pregnancy and the postnatal period. The abdominal muscles naturally stretch during pregnancy to accommodate for your growing baby---but due to many factors, the muscles may not fully close on their own after birth. 

This chat includes

• Ways to prevent diastasis recti during pregnancy + exercises you can do after birth to heal 

• How to asses for it during + after pregnancy 

• Exercises you can do to help heal diastasis recti 

• Which movements + exercises you should AVOID to prevent worsening the gap 

• Techniques to begin activating + engaging your tranverse abdominis (deep abdominal muscles) that run laterally across your waist 

This workshop is great for: 

- pregnant women 

- postnatal women---whether you gave birth recently or YEARS ago 

- birth professionals who would like to learn techniques to help their clients!

+ $20 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ onward mama scholarship available. call or inquire within

+ instructor: crystal widmann


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Dec
3
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Dec
4
1:00 PM13:00

Mindful Baby and Me (3 wk series, 1/3)

Mindful Baby and Me - baby and me mindfulness is a space for you and your baby to be fully present in the moment, aware of what you are experiencing, seeing, and feeling during the early months of life together. The class offers opportunities to discover, learn, grow, and find connection in a supportive space. We will explore ways to incorporate mindfulness from birth and throughout the growth and development of your child and your parenting journey.

Classes are based upon the work of Jon Kabat Zinn’s MBSR Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Susan Bögels and Joke Hellemans Mindful Parenting, and Mindful with Your Baby research of Eva Potharst.

+ $100 for three week series - December 4th, 11th, and 18th ($35 single class drop-in if space available)

+ pre-registration required

+ course designed for caregiver and baby (newborn through pre-crawler)

+ onward mama scholarship available. call or inquire within!

+ facilitator: megan bousquet / www.mazenspace.com

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Dec
5
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Dec
5
6:30 PM18:30

3 Week Core Restore Series

This is a comprehensive 3 week series for mamas who are ready to reconnect with their abdominal muscles and help repair diastasis recti and other common issues. We'll blend barre, pilates, stretching, and functional fitness into a full body workout.

This class is appropriate for all postnatal stages---whether six weeks, six years, or six decades postpartum!

+ $60 per person (three week series - December 5th, 12th, and 19th)

+ pre-registration required

+ onward mama scholarship available. call or inquire within!

+ this series is a great fit for anyone once you’ve been cleared for exercise by your physician/midwife!

+ facilitator: crystal widmann

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Dec
10
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Dec
11
1:00 PM13:00

Mindful Baby and Me (3 wk series, 2/3)

Mindful Baby and Me - baby and me mindfulness is a space for you and your baby to be fully present in the moment, aware of what you are experiencing, seeing, and feeling during the early months of life together. The class offers opportunities to discover, learn, grow, and find connection in a supportive space. We will explore ways to incorporate mindfulness from birth and throughout the growth and development of your child and your parenting journey.

Classes are based upon the work of Jon Kabat Zinn’s MBSR Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Susan Bögels and Joke Hellemans Mindful Parenting, and Mindful with Your Baby research of Eva Potharst.

+ $100 for three week series - December 4th, 11th, and 18th ($35 single class drop-in if space available)

+ pre-registration required

+ course designed for caregiver and baby (newborn through pre-crawler)

+ onward mama scholarship available. call or inquire within!

+ facilitator: megan bousquet / www.mazenspace.com

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Dec
17
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Dec
18
1:00 PM13:00

Mindful Baby and Me (3 wk. series 3/3)

Mindful Baby and Me - baby and me mindfulness is a space for you and your baby to be fully present in the moment, aware of what you are experiencing, seeing, and feeling during the early months of life together. The class offers opportunities to discover, learn, grow, and find connection in a supportive space. We will explore ways to incorporate mindfulness from birth and throughout the growth and development of your child and your parenting journey.

Classes are based upon the work of Jon Kabat Zinn’s MBSR Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Susan Bögels and Joke Hellemans Mindful Parenting, and Mindful with Your Baby research of Eva Potharst.

+ $100 for three week series - December 4th, 11th, and 18th ($35 single class drop-in if space availble)

+ pre-registration required

+ course designed for caregiver and baby (newborn through pre-crawler)

+ onward mama scholarship available. call or inquire within!

+ facilitator: megan bousquet / www.mazenspace.com

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Dec
18
6:00 PM18:00

The Journey: A VBAC Prep Workshop

This workshop is meant to give pregnant people and their partners/support persons the tools they need to begin the process of considering / planning a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). 

We will: 

• Explore the risks and benefits of VBAC and repeat cesarean - including debunking myths surrounding uterine rupture, the potential risk birthing people considering VBAC are most often misinformed about 

• Discuss how to choose providers: questions to ask; the difference between VBAC tolerant & VBAC supportive 

• Discuss “gentle cesareans” - what they are and how to advocate / plan for one with a provider if a repeat cesarean is truly necessary 

• Explore ways to prepare mentally, spiritually and physically for a VBAC or repeat cesarean 

• Process prior birth experiences and explore ways to transmute any negativity surrounding those experiences into positive healing energy and power for the upcoming birth 

All participants will be given resource folders and journals to record and reflect on their experiences. Light refreshments will also be provided.

+ $20 per person/ $35 for two participants (birthing person and birth partner/support person)

+ Pre-registration required, a minimum of 5 participants needed to run workshop.

+ Scholarships available for Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ Facilitator: Iris Kimbrough

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Dec
19
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Dec
24
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Dec
31
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Jan
8
6:30 PM18:30

Postpartum Strength Series (4 wk. series 1/4)

With a focus on core strength and a conditioned pelvic floor, this series is appropriate for any postpartum person whether your child is 8 weeks or 8 years! Using functional movement and BirthFit!™ techniques, participants will learn how to find their neutral pelvis (essential for pelvic floor “strength”) and a progression of mat and standing exercises that will bring stability and confidence to your core. While not a traditional Mommy & Me class, you are welcome to bring your non-crawling infant.

+ $75 for 4 week series (Wednesdays - January 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th) / $22 drop-in

+ pre-registration required

+ please have a doctor’s clearance to start normal physical activity; instructor is happy to provide more detail on instruction if helpful for clearance.

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ instructor: Tegan Bernstein

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Jan
9
6:30 PM18:30

Infant Care Basics

This workshop is ideal for expecting parents.  Class topics include what to expect in your baby in the first few hours and days after birth, the physical and emotional postpartum period, signs of illness and knowing when to call the pediatrician, the basics of diapering, umbilical cord care, care for the circumcised and intact penis, and bathing.  Tips and suggestions for soothing a fussy baby are discussed as well including touch, massage, and swaddling.  The class also covers choosing safe bath and body products for your child and safe co-sleeping.  Time is allowed for questions and handouts are provided to take home.

+ $40 per couple

+ pre-registration required

+ Instructor: Brittany McCollum

* our members receive 10% off of blossoming bellies courses! email britt@blossomingbelliesbirth.com to receive your discount!

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Jan
15
6:30 PM18:30

Postpartum Strength Series (4 wk. series 2/4)

With a focus on core strength and a conditioned pelvic floor, this series is appropriate for any postpartum person whether your child is 8 weeks or 8 years! Using functional movement and BirthFit!™ techniques, participants will learn how to find their neutral pelvis (essential for pelvic floor “strength”) and a progression of mat and standing exercises that will bring stability and confidence to your core. While not a traditional Mommy & Me class, you are welcome to bring your non-crawling infant.

+ $75 for 4 week series (Wednesdays - January 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th) / $22 drop-in

+ pre-registration required

+ please have a doctor’s clearance to start normal physical activity; instructor is happy to provide more detail on instruction if helpful for clearance.

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ instructor: Tegan Bernstein

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Jan
22
6:30 PM18:30

Postpartum Strength Series (4 wk. series 3/4)

With a focus on core strength and a conditioned pelvic floor, this series is appropriate for any postpartum person whether your child is 8 weeks or 8 years! Using functional movement and BirthFit!™ techniques, participants will learn how to find their neutral pelvis (essential for pelvic floor “strength”) and a progression of mat and standing exercises that will bring stability and confidence to your core. While not a traditional Mommy & Me class, you are welcome to bring your non-crawling infant.

+ $75 for 4 week series (Wednesdays - January 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th) / $22 drop-in

+ pre-registration required

+ please have a doctor’s clearance to start normal physical activity; instructor is happy to provide more detail on instruction if helpful for clearance.

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ instructor: Tegan Bernstein

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Jan
29
6:30 PM18:30

Postpartum Strength Series (4 wk. series 4/4)

With a focus on core strength and a conditioned pelvic floor, this series is appropriate for any postpartum person whether your child is 8 weeks or 8 years! Using functional movement and BirthFit!™ techniques, participants will learn how to find their neutral pelvis (essential for pelvic floor “strength”) and a progression of mat and standing exercises that will bring stability and confidence to your core. While not a traditional Mommy & Me class, you are welcome to bring your non-crawling infant.

+ $75 for 4 week series (Wednesdays - January 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th) / $22 drop-in

+ pre-registration required

+ please have a doctor’s clearance to start normal physical activity; instructor is happy to provide more detail on instruction if helpful for clearance.

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ instructor: Tegan Bernstein

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Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

The Journey: A VBAC Prep Workshop

This workshop is meant to give pregnant people and their partners/support persons the tools they need to begin the process of considering / planning a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). 

We will: 

• Explore the risks and benefits of VBAC and repeat cesarean - including debunking myths surrounding uterine rupture, the potential risk birthing people considering VBAC are most often misinformed about 

• Discuss how to choose providers: questions to ask; the difference between VBAC tolerant & VBAC supportive 

• Discuss “gentle cesareans” - what they are and how to advocate / plan for one with a provider if a repeat cesarean is truly necessary 

• Explore ways to prepare mentally, spiritually and physically for a VBAC or repeat cesarean 

• Process prior birth experiences and explore ways to transmute any negativity surrounding those experiences into positive healing energy and power for the upcoming birth 

All participants will be given resource folders and journals to record and reflect on their experiences. Light refreshments will also be provided.

+ $20 per person/ $35 for two participants (birthing person and birth partner/support person)

+ Pre-registration required, a minimum of 5 participants needed to run workshop.

+ Scholarships available for Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ Facilitator: Iris Kimbrough

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Mar
10
6:30 PM18:30

Prenatal Breastfeeding and Chestfeeding 101

"Breastfeeding 101," a comprehensive two hour workshop, covers the basics of milk production, how to know that your baby is getting enough, proper positioning and latch for successful nursing, possible complications and their resolutions, common breastfeeding misconceptions, and information on storing and expressing milk.  Individual concerns are also addressed and techniques and tips to ease the nursing relationship are shared.

+ $40 per couple

+ pre-registration required

+ instructor: Brittany McCollum

* our members receive 10% off of blossoming bellies courses! email britt@blossomingbelliesbirth.com to receive your discount!

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Apr
22
6:00 PM18:00

The Journey: A VBAC Prep Workshop

This workshop is meant to give pregnant people and their partners/support persons the tools they need to begin the process of considering / planning a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). 

We will: 

• Explore the risks and benefits of VBAC and repeat cesarean - including debunking myths surrounding uterine rupture, the potential risk birthing people considering VBAC are most often misinformed about 

• Discuss how to choose providers: questions to ask; the difference between VBAC tolerant & VBAC supportive 

• Discuss “gentle cesareans” - what they are and how to advocate / plan for one with a provider if a repeat cesarean is truly necessary 

• Explore ways to prepare mentally, spiritually and physically for a VBAC or repeat cesarean 

• Process prior birth experiences and explore ways to transmute any negativity surrounding those experiences into positive healing energy and power for the upcoming birth 

All participants will be given resource folders and journals to record and reflect on their experiences. Light refreshments will also be provided.

+ $20 per person/ $35 for two participants (birthing person and birth partner/support person)

+ Pre-registration required, a minimum of 5 participants needed to run workshop.

+ Scholarships available for Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ Facilitator: Iris Kimbrough

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Oct
10
6:00 PM18:00

The Pain Free Sex Workshop

If you have ever had pain with sex and think it’s a normal part of being a woman, you are not alone. This workshop will teach you why sex sometimes hurts and what to do about it. You will learn breathing techniques, exercises, and manual therapy strategies that will help you to return to joyful pain free sex.

+ $25 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ instructor: dr. michelle friedman

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Oct
10
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Oct
8
6:00 PM18:00

Infant Care Basics

This workshop is ideal for expecting parents.  Class topics include what to expect in your baby in the first few hours and days after birth, the physical and emotional postpartum period, signs of illness and knowing when to call the pediatrician, the basics of diapering, umbilical cord care, care for the circumcised and intact penis, and bathing.  Tips and suggestions for soothing a fussy baby are discussed as well including touch, massage, and swaddling.  The class also covers choosing safe bath and body products for your child and safe co-sleeping.  Time is allowed for questions and handouts are provided to take home.

+ $40 per couple

+ pre-registration required

+ Instructor: Brittany McCollum

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Oct
8
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Oct
2
10:00 AM10:00

Not A Peep Sleep Workshop: Babies

Help! My Baby Won’t Sleep! Class. Expecting a baby? Have a baby up to three months old? Learn how to soothe your baby’s crying and improve her sleep! Join Maria Lopez, Pediatric Sleep Specialist and founder of Not A Peep to learn the necessary tools to calm a crying baby and teach healthy sleeping habits. Long periods of crying and sleep deprivation are associated with depression, difficulty breastfeeding, and stress in relationships. Babies welcome! Topics discussed: - The fourth trimester - Colic - How to calm your baby down in 5 easy steps - How does infant sleep work - 7 steps to improve your baby’s sleep.

+ $15

+ space is limited, we suggest you pre-register for this event

+ drop-ins welcome as long as workshop does not fill up

+ scholarships available for our Onward Mama Members (call or inquire within)

+ instructor: Maria Lopez

 

 

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Oct
1
6:30 PM18:30

Let's Talk Birth

Join us every first Tuesday of the month for a discussion on birth. Share your story, hopes, frustrations, or just come to listen as we reflect on birth in this society and our roles in it. This group is free and for all those who have given birth, those wanting to be or are pregnant, birth workers, or anyone interested in discussing birth in our culture. Led by midwives Terri Simmons and Carol Poorman-Shih, this environment is safe and supportive of all experiences and perspectives.

+ free

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ first Tuesday of every month

+ facilitators: Terri Simmons and Carol Poorman-Shih

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Oct
1
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Sep
26
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

The Journey: A VBAC Prep Workshop

This workshop is meant to give pregnant people and their partners/support persons the tools they need to begin the process of considering / planning a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). 

We will: 

• Explore the risks and benefits of VBAC and repeat cesarean - including debunking myths surrounding uterine rupture, the potential risk birthing people considering VBAC are most often misinformed about 

• Discuss how to choose providers: questions to ask; the difference between VBAC tolerant & VBAC supportive 

• Discuss “gentle cesareans” - what they are and how to advocate / plan for one with a provider if a repeat cesarean is truly necessary 

• Explore ways to prepare mentally, spiritually and physically for a VBAC or repeat cesarean 

• Process prior birth experiences and explore ways to transmute any negativity surrounding those experiences into positive healing energy and power for the upcoming birth 

All participants will be given resource folders and journals to record and reflect on their experiences. Light refreshments will also be provided.

+ $20 per person/ $35 for two participants (birthing person and birth partner/support person)

+ Pre-registration required, a minimum of 5 participants needed to run workshop.

+ Scholarships available for Onward Mama members. Call or inquire within.

+ Facilitator: Iris Kimbrough

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Sep
25
10:00 AM10:00

Health Chat with Fairmount Pediatrics

Join us for a monthly chat on hot topic health issues that new parents often have many questions about. We will start with an informal presentation on the monthly topic and then open up for a group discussion regarding the issue. Some topics may include: pediatric fever, fussiness in a new baby, baby bowel movements, and introducing solid foods.

This Month: Vitamins

We will discuss what vitamins your baby needs- should you be giving Iron, Vitamin D, or a multivitamin? We will also tackle Lead - preventative factors and treatment given the recent burst in local construction and increased parental concern regarding lead levels.

+ Free

+ No pre-registration required, just drop-in!

+ Babies welcome

+ Facilitator: Kristen Smith, PA-C

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Sep
24
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: tegan bernstein

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Sep
23
6:00 PM18:00

Back to Work after Having Baby

Are you getting ready to go back to work after having a baby and worry about the changes that this is going to bring to your personal and family life? Or did you recently go back to to work and find yourself struggling with the changes that you are facing? 

Come learn a successful way to deal with this transition phase in your life! You will discover a new approach that will guide you step by step in how to choose what to change as well as how to change it. You will be able to ask questions and learn from the questions and experience of other participants that are you in your same situation. 

+ $25 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ facilitator: Stefania Baita

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Sep
22
10:00 AM10:00

Infant and Child CPR

This course teaches the lifesaving skills of infant and child CPR with breaths and mild and severe airway block for children, and infants. Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment using the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible.

This class is for people who want to learn CPR but do not need a CPR course completion card to meet a job requirement. This course is ideal for community groups, new parents, grandparents, babysitters, and others interested in learning how to save a life.

+ $55 per person

+ pre-registration required

+ facilitator: Elena Jaworski

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Sep
20
11:00 AM11:00

Shake Rattle Roll: Walkers

Infant and toddler motor development will be assessed by a Physical Therapist. In this class, parents have the liberty to ask any questions or concerns about why their baby does (or does not) move in certain ways. As a group, parents will position their babies in a variety of ways to see how their child responds with movement. Activities will be modified for each child based upon age or skill level. Parents or caregivers will come away with a clear understanding of commonly asked questions regarding infant and toddler development.

Note: walkers = emerging walkers who are pulling-to-stand, cruising, and fully walking

+ $15 per child

+ Pre-registration required

+ Onward Mama scholarship available. Please call or inquire within for more details.

+ Facilitator: Dr. Kindra Scott

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Sep
18
10:00 AM10:00

Developmental Playtime

The AAP says to place our babies on their backs to sleep. Many gadgets we place our babies in have them lying on their backs as well. (Think car seats, baby swings, cribs.) Lying on their backs for too long can lead to head shape concerns and even development issues.
Did you know babies need to be on their tummies for at least 6 hours a day to build their core strength and help them reach important milestones such as crawling and walking? You may have read about TummyTime and want to do it, but your baby doesn’t like it. In class, you and your baby will learn ways to enjoy TummyTime.

Infant massage and TummyTime can also:
- Improve sleep (sleep is as important as food)
- Enhance GI function (baby fussy, gassy, colicky?)
- Promote optimal head shape (love the rounded look, to match the cheeks!)
- Facilitate physiologic brain development (big word meaning that your baby’s brain grows the way it should.)
- Breastfeed more easily (yay!)
- Develop core strength and optimize physical development (Your baby’s body will be more balanced and symmetrical.)
- Build trust and safety (and fun too.)
- Have fun and help your baby develop strength & reach those milestones.

+ $25/$45 per couple

+ best for babies 0-6 months

+ pre-registration required

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama Members (call or inquire within)

+ instructor: Nikki Lee

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Sep
17
6:00 PM18:00

Infant Nutrition and Solid Food Introduction

This workshop is ideal for parents with a child two months to one year of age. Class topics include the basics of childhood nutrition and covers the introduction of solid foods to the breastfed and/or formula fed infant. Topics covered include water intake, iron, and vitamin D in the exclusively breastfed baby as well as the "cereal myth" and signs of readiness for solid foods. A food introduction timeline is discussed including the foods with which to begin and how to know the baby is getting enough. Common food-related concerns and food allergies - how to avoid them and how to detect allergic reactions - are discussed. The classalso includes basic instruction and tips on making baby food at home and suggests books and websites for more information. Meeting the child's nutritional needs while adhering to alternative diets including that of the vegan and vegetarian are also covered. Time is allowed for questions and handouts are provided for families to take home.

+ $40 per family

+ pre-registration required

+ instructor: brittany mccollum

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Sep
17
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Sep
13
11:00 AM11:00

Shake Rattle Roll: non-walkers

Infant and toddler motor development will be assessed by a Physical Therapist. In this class, parents have the liberty to ask any questions or concerns about why their baby does (or does not) move in certain ways. As a group, parents will position their babies in a variety of ways to see how their child responds with movement. Activities will be modified for each child based upon age or skill level. Parents or caregivers will come away with a clear understanding of commonly asked questions regarding infant and toddler development.

Note: non-walkers = newborns through infants who can not yet pull-to-stand

+ $15 per child

+ Pre-registration required

+ Onward Mama scholarship available. Please call or inquire within for more details.

+ Facilitator: Dr. Kindra Scott

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Sep
12
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Sep
10
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: tegan bernstein

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Sep
4
10:00 AM10:00

Not A Peep Sleep Workshop: Newborn

Expecting a baby? Have a baby up to three months old? Learn how to teach your baby healthy sleep habits at Not A Peep’s newborn sleep class. 

Join Maria Lopez, Pediatric Sleep Specialist and founder of Not A Peep to learn the essentials to teach your baby the skills she’ll need to sleep well throughout her childhood, and tackle down current sleep issues at home. 

Topics include:

The fourth trimester

How does infant sleep work

7 steps to teach your baby to be a sleep pro. 

+ $15

+ space is limited, we suggest you pre-register for this event

+ drop-ins welcome as long as workshop does not fill up

+ scholarships available for our Onward Mama Members (call or inquire within)

+ instructor: Maria Lopez

 

 

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Sep
3
6:30 PM18:30

Birth Sharing Circle

Come together and share, listen, laugh, cry and heal. It is never to late to tell your story. Meet us once a month for this free support group. We will come together to celebrate birth, transform and heal in a safe and supportive environment.

+ free

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ first Tuesday of every month

+ facilitators: Terri Simmons and Carol Poorman-Shih

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Sep
3
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Aug
29
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Developmental Playtime

The AAP says to place our babies on their backs to sleep. Many gadgets we place our babies in have them lying on their backs as well. (Think car seats, baby swings, cribs.) Lying on their backs for too long can lead to head shape concerns and even development issues.
Did you know babies need to be on their tummies for at least 6 hours a day to build their core strength and help them reach important milestones such as crawling and walking? You may have read about TummyTime and want to do it, but your baby doesn’t like it. In class, you and your baby will learn ways to enjoy TummyTime.

Infant massage and TummyTime can also:
- Improve sleep (sleep is as important as food)
- Enhance GI function (baby fussy, gassy, colicky?)
- Promote optimal head shape (love the rounded look, to match the cheeks!)
- Facilitate physiologic brain development (big word meaning that your baby’s brain grows the way it should.)
- Breastfeed more easily (yay!)
- Develop core strength and optimize physical development (Your baby’s body will be more balanced and symmetrical.)
- Build trust and safety (and fun too.)
- Have fun and help your baby develop strength & reach those milestones.

+ $25/$45 per couple

+ best for babies 0-6 months

+ pre-registration required

+ scholarship available for our Onward Mama Members (call or inquire within)

+ instructor: Nikki Lee

View Event →
Aug
28
10:00 AM10:00

Health Chat with Fairmount Pediatrics

Join us for a monthly chat on hot topic health issues that new parents often have many questions about. We will start with an informal presentation on the monthly topic and then open up for a group discussion regarding the issue. Some topics may include: pediatric fever, fussiness in a new baby, baby bowel movements, and introducing solid foods.


This Month: Infant Rashes

Many infant visits are concerns regarding rashes. Is it a newborn rash, baby acne, or something concerning? What about diaper rash? How do I know what’s causing it and how can I make it better? We will address all of this and more in our infant rash Q&A.

+ Free

+ No pre-registration required, just drop-in!

+ Babies welcome

+ Facilitator: Kristen Smith, PA-C

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Aug
27
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: tegan bernstein

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Aug
20
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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Aug
15
1:00 PM13:00

Breastfeeding Support Group

Choosing to breastfeed provides so many benefits for you and your baby, but it doesn't always come easy. Come find connection, support, and education on your breastfeeding journey. Facilitated by a international board certified lactation consultant who can help answer your questions and provide tips for success!

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration, just show up!

+ note: this support group is held every other Thursday

+ expectant parents through all stages of breastfeeding, and of course babies, welcome!

+ facilitator: katie katz

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Aug
13
1:00 PM13:00

New Parent Support Group

Becoming a parent is life changing. It can feel blissful, terrifying, easy, hard, rewarding, and challenging all at the same time. So much has changed, there’s so many questions, so many emotions, let’s talk about it! Our new parent support groups are facilitated by trained doulas who help guide the transition into the new role of parenthood. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (probably) cry a little. Find your tribe with us, all are welcome.

+ $5 suggested donation

+ no pre-registration required, just show up!

+ facilitator: jenna brown

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