Classes & Offerings

 

 

We are excited to now be offering classes.  Our classes are small and intimate, as we are fostering a classroom space that allows for genuine connection and sharing.  You can visit Schedulicity HERE to sign up for our classes.

 


Prenatal Yoga Class – Includes a Series of 4 Classes – Sundays, April 15th-May 6th

 

This class is taught by Ayurvedic Practitioner/Yoga Teacher Leslie Setzer

Ease the physical and emotional discomforts of pregnancy with yoga! In this 4 week series designed for the expectant Mother, Leslie CYT, AHC (and Mother of 2 boys) will facilitate a safe space for mothers to expand their support system through mindful discussion, while nourishing a mind-body-spirit connection with themselves and their babies. In this space, Mom will practice traditional asana that has been modified to accommodate her growing belly and changing body.

In addition to exploring asana, we will prepare for childbirth with focused breathwork (pranayama), meditation, and emotional centering.  We will emphasize poses that strengthen the pelvic floor for a less difficult labor and delivery, aid in lower back pain relief and prevention, and work with the major muscle groups to build strength and flexibility.

 

There are only 8 spots for this class, sign up soon! 

 

Cost for the series $100: includes 4 – 90 minute yoga classes.  Full payment is due at the date of the first class.  Please bring your yoga mats to class.

 

Click HERE to sign up

 


 

Free Community Midwifery Clinic Visits!

 

Noel at a home birth

 

Support and care during pregnancy and the postpartum period is sorely lacking in our society, and for many in our community there are so many obstacles to accessing the support that does exist. In addition, there are many folks who may have heard about Midwives but are unsure of the kind of care we are able to offer. Community Midwifery Clinic visits are for all those folks! These free visits are up to 60 minutes long, and will be individualized for the kind of care you are seeking. 

 

Types of care provided:

  • Free pregnancy testing with time to compassionately discuss results and receive non-judgmental resources aligned with your needs and desires 

  • Prenatal visit: This is for anyone who is pregnant and either has a provider and would like to experience what midwifery care is or those who do not have a provider and need or desire a prenatal care visit 

  • Postpartum visit: For anyone up to 6 weeks postpartum who would like a visit, this can cover both baby and birthing person  

  • Preconceptual visit: This is the ideal time to discover Midwifery care! Explore how to best prepare for growing your family 

  • Do you have a need not listed here? Call or email to explore how we may be able to support you! 

 

Free Community Clinics are held First and Third Fridays of every month from 2:30-7:30 at New Moon. 

The clinic is Held by Noel Fernandez Home birth midwife.   Please contact her at 608-220-6166 with any questions.