On Monday, June 10th, 2019 we are hosting Holding The Healer: Navigating the Postpartum Transition as a Health/Wellness Professional as part of our Wildflower Talks series. This particular Wildflower Talk is open to health & wellness professionals/professional caregivers only. You do not need to be a parent to attend. With the birth of a baby, a … Read More about Navigating the Postpartum Transition as a Health/Wellness Professional
We have had such positive feedback about Being with Baby workshop series, we decided to offer it again this spring. We are thrilled to partner with Lakeview Pediatrics in this endeavor! The workshop will be held at the office of Lakeview Pediatrics and is open to women whose babies are between two and six months … Read More about Being with Baby workshop series starts again on June 2, 2019
One of the essential factors for well-balanced neurochemistry of the brain is adequate nutrition. Specific foods, elements, and vitamins are necessary for synthesis and transportation of neurotransmitters in the brain, are thus indirectly responsible for the maintenance of mood stability. It appears that the majority of pregnant and nonpregnant women tend to consume suboptimal diets. Pregnancy and postpartum … Read More about Nutrients and Their Effect on Neurotransmitters in Peripartum
I am one of the 7.3 million that infertility affected. I am one of the lucky ones; I am an infertility “survivor”. I write this to honor and support the women currently on their infertility journey. I am open about my infertility struggle. I am proud of my struggle. I am proud of the immense effort … Read More about I am “1 in 8”.
Over 13 years ago, I was a new mom. Still, to this day, I remember the intense feelings of being overwhelmed and scared. I remember feeling clueless and kind of crazy as I fumbled through the days trying to figure out what my VERY tiny newborn (my daughter was 5 pounds when she was born) … Read More about Building Community As a New Mother