Babytime Postpartum Drop in

  Have a baby 0-12 months? Come to our drop in.. Room 125 (Family Place) Mission Central Elementary every Tuesday 11:00-12:00 Older kids are very welcomed but not supervised. Baby scale is available and we can answer new baby questions. A great way to connect and get to know your community 🙂 You do not need to be a patient …

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Guest Post: Samantha Strange – Five Reasons to Practice Prenatal Yoga

Five Reasons to Practice Prenatal Yoga Help balance the muscles that support your pelvic floor. There are a whole network of muscles and tissues that help to support your pelvic floor. Throughout our lifetime, physical habits (such as crossing the legs when sitting, and sitting with a tucked pelvis), activities with repetitive motions (running, skating, cross-country skiing, etc), and injuries …

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Community Alert: ” It’s A Small World”a cross-cultural parenting program

 There is a new parenting program running at Windebank School, twice monthly, on Monday’s (starting Oct. 5th). It’s called ” It’s A Small World” – and is a cross-cultural parenting program. Essentially this session is aimed at those who are new to Canada BUT this is not a requirement. The sessions are fun and interactive and focus on the differences between …

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Guest Post: Bonnie Goldstone ChT NLP Reiki Master

How to Have a Stress-Free Pregnancy and Birth By Bonnie Goldstone ChT  NLP  Reiki Master   I remember jostling and maneuvering my 4 small children through the grocery store one day and an older woman stopped to admire me and my brood. She said almost tearfully, “I loved that time when my children were babies…enjoy each moment, because it doesn’t …

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Guest Blog Post: Bringing Home Baby Educator Katy Brookes, M.A., R.C.C.

Becoming parents changes the dynamics in almost all our relationships, but the biggest shocker for many couples is how it impacts their previously peaceful partnership. Due to the physical and emotional stress of your new parenting lifestyle, you may find yourself bickering more with your partner at a time when what you really desire is to share the closeness and …

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Guest Blog Post – Jenna Sholinder | Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Simple Food for Tired Moms Being new moms, I’m sure you face a lot of challenges, such as no sleep, and no time – especially for yourself. And of course this is the time when you need to have lots of extra energy to make it all work. A lot of us would turn to food for an energy boost. …

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Breakfast with dad Community shout out!!

Greetings from Rick Hein and Ben Siemens of Mission Dads. We would like to let you know about our ‘Breakfast with Dad’ program beginning this fall. The program will be a breakfast for any dad, or man who is called dad, with children from newborn to six years old. This will be an opportunity for dads with young children to …

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Welcome Kristi Vegt

  We are so thrilled to be introducing to you Kristin Vegt.. She will be our student this year. Please read her bio below xoxo Bio for 3rd year placement  

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Drop in is closed for Summer

Mission Midwifery drop in is closed for Summer. We all look forward to seeing you in September! If you have ideas for hosts  (or if you want to host a drop in) please email us at: missionmidwife@gmail.com xo

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