Calendar

Unless otherwise noted, all events take place at the Blue Heron office.

Oct
4
Wed
Blue Heron New Baby Time~ Babywearing with Chiropractor Nicole Lederman
Oct 4 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Dr Nicole will be demonstrating with several different carriers as well as answering your questions. Bring your own carrier with you, if you wish to get specific help.

Connect with Dr. Nicole:

www.awakenchirokw.com

awakenchiro.kw@gmail.com

Oct
11
Wed
Blue Heron New Baby Time~ Natural Health for your New Family with Naturopathic Dr Joanna Thiessen
Oct 11 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Join Dr. Jo, Naturopathic Doctor and mom of 3 kiddos, to learn about natural remedies for common concerns that may arise in the postpartum period. Together we will explore safe and effective solutions for fussy babies, milk supply issues, perineal healing and so much more!

Connect with Dr. Jo:

Home

https://www.instagram.com/georgestreetnd/

https://www.facebook.com/georgestreetND

 

Oct
18
Wed
Blue Heron New Baby Time ~ Mental Health for New Parents with Bronwyn Addico
Oct 18 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
This session will explore issues that new parents face and how they can find resources and support. Most new parents struggle with a lack of sleep, needing support, mental health, infant care, and more. Learn strategies to care for your baby’s needs while taking care of your self too. Discover strategies, tools, and resources to help. Join Childbirth Educator and Doula, Bronwyn Addico, to learn the tools that she uses to help her clients during this pivotal time.

Connect with Bronwyn:

www.balancingbirthbaby.com

 

Oct
25
Wed
Blue Heron New Baby Time~ Return to Exercise Postpartum with Rhonda Chamberlain PT
Oct 25 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

The common advice given to women when returning to exercise postpartum is “listen to your body”, but what does that even mean? There isn’t a lot of context given with this advice. In addition, with the influx of #fitmom examples online, and the pervasive message to “bounce back” after pregnancy, the pressure to return to intense exercise postpartum can be overwhelming. My mission is to remind women that pregnancy and birth take a large toll on our bodies. No matter how fit you are, it’s important to honor this time and ease back into exercise slowly and with intention. Let me help educate you about your body, and changes to be mindful of when resuming exercise postpartum. And provide you with tools and advice to get back into the activities you love to do in a way that honors your long-term core and pelvic health.

Connect with Rhonda: