Mindful Mamas Workshop
WINTER PROGRAM REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Tools for Living a Less Overwhelmed Life
Do you find yourself losing your cool with your kids, partner or life? While it is so common to feel irritable, overwhelmed and overstimulated as a parent, it doesn’t have to be normal!
If you want to learn how to be more present and enjoy the moments with your family, JOIN US for a workshop focused on reducing distress, overwhelm and building your tools to help you better manage life as a parent.
Angela and Amber bring framework from sensory grounding, EMDR and mindfulness in techniques that can be used by anyone.
* a baby/child friendly class.
A goodie bag of useable strategies will be included for FREE.
Workshop provided by Registered Social Workers – participants may have health benefits that would cover the cost of the workshop. Receipts will be provided.
- Thursday January 25 @ 9:30am-11:00am
- Monday March 4 @ 11:30am-1:00pm
- Serenity Birth Studio, 4 Alliance Blvd., Unit 10, Barrie
- $45 +hst
- A goodie bag of useable strategies will be included for FREE.
Amber is a Registered Social Worker and certified perinatal mental health provider with years of working with women, moms and others who struggle with worries, avoidance and low mood that impact relationships and struggle with feeling fulfilled. She is a mom boss who helps people to face the ghosts of the past to be present today thriving as parents and in the world.
Angela is a Registered Social Worker and perinatal mental health provider, specialising in maternal mental health, and all things parenthood. She has a wealth of experience helping individuals work through transitions, worries, low mood and general day to day struggles, including teaching self compassion and acceptance–an area that so many of us struggle with.
As a mother of young children, she knows first-hand the challenges of extreme fatigue, pressures from society to “do it right”, balancing relationships as a new mom, combating mood fluctuations, and sometimes feeling unable to effectively cope with the day-to-day. She aims to help others through these struggles to enable them to grow, heal, and find their joy so they can live their life more meaningfully.