Upcoming WellMama Wellness Workshops:
August 15th, 2021
*limited spots available*
We are excited to open our registration to a WellMama Wellness Workshop- Craniosacral Therapy with Rae Mullin, LMT and Lactation Consulting with Debbie Jensen, RN, BSN, M.Ed., IBCLC hosted by SpringWell Birth Support Center in Eugene.
This workshop will offer Craniosacral Therapy
with Rae Mullin, LMT for both Mom and Baby, and Lactation Consulting and Tongue/Lip Tie Evaluations with Debbie Jensen, RN, BSN, M.Ed., IBCLC with one-on-one appointments.
August 15th, 2021
(Sign Up and Select Appointment Below)
618 Lincoln Street
Eugene, Oregon 97401
(a suggested donation of $50 so that we can continue to bring more Wellness Workshops and resources to our Community)
What is Craniosacral Therapy?
Craniosacral Therapy, or CST is a type of therapy that focuses on relieving pressure and tension in and around the Central Nervous System (CNS).
Who would benefit?
Infants who struggle with properly latching or this who cannot or unwilling to nurse. CST and consultations with our Lactation Consultant can also be beneficial for babies who not open their mouth wide enough to properly latch on during a feed.
Prenatal CST can help a Birthing Person’s body to move through pregnancy more smoothly so that baby is able to have the space to move and develop as gestation progresses.
Postnatal CST allows for the Birthing Person’s body to find space and repair from the journey of carrying the baby and the birthing process.
Pop- Up Wellness Walks
Peer-Led Support Groups
Past WellMama Workshops…
Write your Birth Story
3 Day Series
When: July 17-18-19 (12-2pm, 12-2pm, 12-2:30pm)
Food & Mood: What we eat impacts how we feel
This wellness workshop is all about perinatal nutrition and its relation to perinatal mental health. Come learn the latest evidence-based recommendations plus practical tips regarding how our food, especially during pregnancy, can shape mental wellness during postpartum and beyond. Led by Midwife and Nutrition Therapist Colleen Forbes: www.homemidwiferycare.com/nutrition
Processing the Postpartum Transition through Writing and Art
3 part series
The transition into being a new parent – even when you already are a parent – can deeply change your identity. In this workshop we will use writing, art, sharing, and discussion to explore the various stages of that transition. All experiences and emotions are welcome, and you don’t need to be a writer or artist to participate! Sharing is encouraged but not required. Childcare is available.