Starting May 11, we’ll be meeting bi-weekly on Fridays from 3:30-5pm to connect and enjoy an open, honest, and interesting discussion on a specific topic facilitated by Stacey. Below are a list of themes we’ll be chatting about, along with anything else that you want to share.
- Foods for healing, nourishment and hormonal balance
- Postpartum Sleep
- Reestablishing a sense of self through movement and exercise
- What self-pleasure looks like postpartum
- Sex and Creativity
- Writing down the bones – Integrating your birth experience through writing
Our sessions are open to all mamas and their babies, and we’ll be accepting donations instead of charging a fixed price in order to make it available to as many women as possible.
Stacey will be leading Prenatal Yoga on Thursdays at 10:00am. This class is designed for mamas-to-be at any stage of their pregnancy. Through breath, gentle movement, and intention, we’ll prepare the body, mind, and heart for birth and life with your little one.
Stacey Ramsower is a yoga teacher, doula, and somatic sex educator. Stacey’s passion for the perinatal period was born out of her own research into her adoption and birth experience. She has attended over thirty births, and views birth and postpartum as a radical activation of our human potential for power, care, and healing. She trained to be a doula under the guidance of Carriage House Birth, as well as studying feminine form Ayurveda with Katie Silcox, Hormonal Health through the Institute for Women’s Health, and is a registered STREAM student which utilizes hands-on, hands-in treatment for scar tissue remediation postpartum, post-op, and to address sexual dysfunction and pain.
Workshops and Events
Yoga & Ayurveda for Birth
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Nothing can really prep us for the transition to parenthood, but acknowledging questions, fears, and common conundrums is an important start! In this workshop, couples will have the opportunity to dive into a holistic view of birth and postpartum recovery on the physical, nutritional, emotional, and relational levels.