Workshops

Hypopressives by LPF

LEVEL 1 WORKSHOP

Hypopressives by LPF exercises, What are they? Why should I do them? Am I doing them right?
Learn all the basics to make sure you perform your hypopressive exercises properly. Super important if you’re join our online sessions!

These exercises are not easy and require proper technique. To get their benefits you need to perform them well.

  • What are hypopressives?
  • How do they work?
  • Learn the different breathing techniques
  • Learn how to engage yout transversus abdominal
  • Abdominal vacuum
  • Tensions and myofascial stretching
  • How to check by yourself if you are doing it right
  • Postures Level 1
  • Tone your pelvic floor
  • Reduce your waistline
  • Reinforce your core
  • Help reducing diastasis recti (adapted postures)
  • Improve your posture
  • Reduce your back pain
  • 79,99€ for no-members
  • 2,5 credits or 67,5€ for SuperMums members
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Perinatal info session

Webinar where we will answer all your doubts. There is no “stupid question” here.

  • What happens in my body during pregnancy?
  • How to not damage my body while exercising? I don’t know what exercise is good or not good.
  • Diastasis recti. What is it? Do I have it?
  • Am I supposed to know what is the Pelvic floor?
  • How to recognize Pelvic floor issues
  • Do’s and Don’ts during postpartum
  • Open questions
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Childbirth group preparation

BY KATIA JOHNSON

This one time, 3 hour accelerated course, is designed to help parents prepare for childbirth in a « quick course » for the time-challenged parents or as a refresher for the experienced ones.

Come and learn the basics of labor & birth, pain coping strategies and how partners can help. Get the basics, ask questions and learn some valuable information and skills to help prepare you for the big day.

  • Going into labour, what to expect and when to go to the hospital.

  • The different stages of labour.

  • Pain relief, positions and breathing techniques during labour.

  •  The partners role during labour

  • Pushing, positions and breathing techniques for birthing

  • Induction of labour, epidural, c-section, medications, common complications, letting go of expectations and birth plans.

Classes are partially reimbursable, subject to your insurance system.
This class is led by Katia Johnson, experienced pre/postnatal physical therapist.
Group limited to max. 5 couples.

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Yoga therapy support groups

BY EMILY GOLD

Emily Gold is a yoga therapist and teacher, doula and public health specialist. Emily is trained in a variety of yogic modalities including Hatha, Yin, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga and Womb Yoga.

Apart of teaching prenatal and postnatal yoga in SuperMums, she bring us amazing support yoga workshops:

While Pregnancy loss is a common occurrence it is an experience we often remain silent about. Grief and a host of other emotions can be felt in the mind, body and heart. As part of Pregnancy Loss Month, this workshop will explore mind body techniques to help process such loss, and offer an opportunity to hold space as a community. No matter what sort of loss you experienced or when it occurred we invite you to be part of this space.

Parenting is a rewarding but extremely stressful experience. We want to be able to be present for our children without anger or stress, and react to them mindfully.
In this workshop will learn yoga therapy techniques, breathwork and meditation to better manage stress, reduce anger and feel better as yourself and in your role as a parent.

Struggling with fertility issues can be a lonely experience. Though infertility is quite common it is not commonly discussed. Loneliness is often compounded by stress, making it difficult to stay connected to mind and body. There is evidence that yoga and meditation can reduce anxiety and boost mood, beneficial for any woman who is dealing with fertility issues. This course will offer an opportunity for discussion with others currently living with fertility issues, evidence-based mind-body techniques plus lifestyle and wellness planning. All practices will be taught in a way that is accessible and adaptable and can continue to be practice on your own.

The structure of this course will be flexible to meet the needs of the group but will include:

🧘🏻‍♀️Physical yoga practice

🧘🏻‍♀️Meditation and breath work with accompanying recordings

🧘🏻‍♀️Guided relaxation

🧘🏻‍♀️Opportunity for discussion and peer support

Investment €100

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Breastfeeding Workshops

BY ODETTE DE FAYS

Breastfeeding, although it’s the most natural way of feeding your baby, it usually comes with lots of questions. That’s why we offer you all the support and guidance about it. Whether you are pregnant and thinking about it, or you are already in the middle of your breastfeeding journey, these courses will help you enjoy the most this magical experience (partners are welcome too). Specifically created by a lactation consultant, we will cover everything in 4 separate workshops:
This conference is addressed to expecting parents or families with a newborn. It will give you the tools to start your breastfeeding adventure with serenity and trust. We will talk about:
  • what to expect the first days
  • breastfeeding positions
  • how to know everything is going well and baby is eating enough
  • what to do in case of trouble or pain
This conference is addressed to parents/mums who are planning to go back to work at some point and who would like some guidance in how to continue breastfeeding or how to transition to formula. We will talk about:
  • different feeding options according to the age of the baby (partial weaning, pumping, introducing formula)
  • different ways to offer milk
  • how can I keep my supply?
  • milk storage and conservation
  • pumps and manual expression
This conference is addressed to parents who are planing to wean their babies, partially or totally, from breastfeeding. We will talk about:
  • some considerations according to the age of the baby and the amount of milk needed
  • different ways to offer milk
  • how to choose what to offer instead of breastfeeding/nursing
  • tricks and techniques that can help wean a toddler
This conference is addressed to parents who have interest in the subject of the tongue ties. As there has been some problematic around this subject this is the opportunity to get some clarification for those who are interested or who find themselves in a hesitating situation. We will talk about:
  • frenectomy, what is that?
  • how is this related to breastfeeding?
  • do we always need to cut? Is it the miracle solution?
  • long terms effects of a tongue tie
  • from who we can seek professional help if we suspect of a tongue tie?
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