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Dates:
Monthly on the first Wednesday
Times:
7:00 PM
Provider:
This class runs Wednesday's from 7pm-9pm for 4 weeks on Zoom. GentleBirth Workshops provide expectant people and partners easy to learn brain training techniques including Mindfulness, ... moreCBT and the neuroscience around pain, Sports Psychology, Medical Hypnosis and the physiology of birth, along with tools, information and techniques to prepare for the most positive birth possible. Unlike hospital workshops I will ensure you understand your options for navigating your birth preferences in the hospital system. Most importantly, we will be learning all advanced comfort measures, like birth ball, TENS, acupressure and more in order to have a full toolkit of comfort strategies.

Dress comfortably to Zoom, as we will be trying a lot of these comfort measures. If you have an exercise ball, massage tools, a rolling pin, and a long non-stretchy scarf we will need those for certain sessions. Enrollment includes the live Zoom 4 week class, access to additional online educational materials and 30 days app access.
Dates:
On Sun, Aug 29 2021 - Sun, Oct 24 2021
Times:
3:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Provider:
Our newborn can seem like a tiny, strange creature from another planet. She may not look or act the way we expected, and often seems a random mash-up of confusing wiggles, cries, jerks, ... morestaring, sleeping and suckling episodes. Who is this little person? And what, on earth, are we to do with him?

Join other families as we explore these amazing, sweet and strong (if confounding!) little beings. Learn that instead of being made up of random and impossible to understand behaviors, they are actually highly organized and communicative. As we begin to recognize the journey our newborn has made from inside to out and the ways she engages with the world, we discover how to more confidently and effectively respond to her needs. As we learn to respond to his needs, we discover a calmer, more settled baby, and a life that supports parents’ rest and well being, as well as baby’s.
Dates:
On Sun, Sep 12 2021 - Sun, Oct 31 2021
Times:
3:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Provider:
Most women are given strong messages about the importance of breastfeeding for her baby’s health. Some expect it to be a natural and easy process that just happens. Others have ... moreheard all kinds of horror stories about the difficulties that can occur. Others feel pressured to try, but uncomfortable and uneasy about the idea of it. Not many of us are told that it is a joint effort between us, our body and our baby, and that like any new skill, it can take time and effort to learn and succeed at.

Join us as we explore the wide range of experiences different mothers can have. Learn about the ways we can support the breastfeeding relationship and baby’s health beginning immediately after birth and in the first days and weeks. Explore both benefits and challenges to the newborn and the mother and how and where to reach out for additional help when it’s needed. Class will provide information on: skin-to-skin after birth, the breast-crawl, establishing breastfeeding, understanding the hormones of bonding, milk production and milk release, nursing positions, and breast health. Resources for support with pumping, latch issues, formula feeding and going back to work with be provided.
Dates:
On Tue, Aug 10 2021 - Sun, Sep 19 2021
Times:
6:00 PM, 3:00 PM
Provider:
Traveling to the “land of birth” is like parachuting into an unknown universe. It can be the adventure of a lifetime or can be overwhelming and frightening. Understanding ... morehow it all works is an important starting point in preparing for a positive, empowering experience. Spend an afternoon or evening with other couples and learn how baby travels from inside to out. Discover the important role of the baby, the mother and the support person. Explore how emotions and thoughts shift and change through the process of birth, and how you can work together with, not against, the natural power of birth.
Dates:
On Tue, Aug 17 2021 - Sun, Sep 26 2021
Times:
6:00 PM, 3:00 PM
Provider:
Does squatting really open the pelvis wider than lying down? How on earth is a baby going to fit out of there? Don’t I have to lie on my back while I’m pushing the baby ... moreout? How can I use movement if I’ve had an epidural? What if I want to labor on hands and knees? Come together with other expecting mothers and birth partners to discover answers to these questions and more. Together we will practice movements, postures and breath practices that support the labor and birth process. Learn why breath and movement help us cope with the sensations of birth, and how movement helps the body adapt to birth and the baby finds his/her best way out. Discover how the birth partner’s physical support and hands-on techniques can help the mother throughout labor. And discover the powerful connection that is built between birth partners as they learn to breathe and move together.
Dates:
On Sun, Aug 1 2021 - Sun, Oct 3 2021
Times:
3:00 PM
Provider:
Whether the sensations of birth are called “rushes,” “waves,” “pressure,” or “pain,” few will argue that the sensations are immense ... moreand intense – and they must be to move the baby out of the body. Learning to cope with this level of intensity asks women to find deep power and belief in themselves. Using experiential exercises and group discussions, this workshop explores what it means to work WITH intensity, instead of trying to push it away or change it. Discover how, by bringing your attention to yourself and your breath, you already have the tools needed to work with the powerful sensations of birth. Birth partners will learn how important they are to helping a woman find her endurance and strength through the birth process. This class is recommended to women planning the use of an epidural as well as women planning on birthing naturally. It is medically recommended for most women to labor without pain medication until they are in active labor. These methods will support a woman up until the point she is able to receive pain medications, or, if she so chooses, until she births without them.
Dates:
On Sun, Aug 8 2021 - Sun, Oct 10 2021
Times:
3:00 PM, 6:00 PM, 5:00 PM
Provider:
Families often don’t realize the choices or rights they have in birth, or how much their choices can impact birth and adjustment to parenthood. In birth, we ride the wave that ... morelife hands us—accepting that we cannot control the internal process of our own or our baby’s body, or the social systems we are birthing in. At the same time, there are many ways we can prepare to make choices that impact our births.

In this class we will explore:

the importance of making intentional choices in your practitioner, birth team, and birth location

how to advocate for your family by:

building engaged and positive relationships with your medical team

exploring doula support

learning how to navigate hospital or practice policies that may impact your birth

learning your legal right to consent to or refuse any recommended procedure

using the B.R.A.I.N. acronym to help you understand and decide on recommendations

creating a birth plan that represents what is important to you as a family, and which is more likely to be respected by your practitioner or hospital

Families Taking the 7-week series or individual class will also receive a supplementary video about common medical interventions and procedures. 9-week participants cover this information in class.
Dates:
On Sun, Aug 22 2021 - Sun, Oct 17 2021
Times:
3:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Provider:
As birth approaches, we tend to know much more about pregnancy and birth, than we do about what happens after our babies are born. Birth is a profound process, but it is also merely ... morea doorway into a new world. What happens to mom’s body in the weeks and months after birth? How do our relationships change? How can we support ourselves and our partners/families through these changes? When and who do we call for help? Spend an afternoon with your birth partner or family to engage in discussion and activities that can help you can make your adjustment into parenthood less stressful and more supportive of the new family. Simple but effective tools can help you know better what to expect, and create an effective support network in the 4-8 weeks after birth. Preparation and support can profoundly impact the mother and baby’s physical healing and adjustment, and the entire family’s emotional well-being during the precious and challenging postpartum time.
Dates:
Weekly on Sunday, Thursday
Times:
9:30 AM, 5:45 PM
Provider:
Being in community is vital to every human’s health, and only more so during the childbearing years and during times of great stress. The first half-hour of each class is a time ... moreto say hello, share questions and resources, and to laugh and cry at the glories and hardships in life. During this time, teachers will facilitate discussions on a variety of pregnancy, birth, and parenting topics. While we make it available to join classes after the first 30 min is over, we highly recommend you join us here, in community. Next, begin a yoga practice of gentle strengthening, stretching, breath exercises, and meditation for a time to connect to your changing body, and prepare for the powerful experience of childbirth and mothering. Special emphasis is placed on building pelvic floor and core strength to support the body, and on connecting deeply with baby.

Open to all levels; modifications for individual fitness level and trimester are provided and no experience is necessary. Taught by highly trained and experienced practitioners.
Dates:
Weekly on Wednesday
Times:
5:00 PM
Provider:
Open to both pregnant and postpartum parents (after 8 weeks). Dancing for Birth™ is movement made for mothers. Integrating styles of dance from around the world, this one-hour ... moreclass is designed to build confidence, strength, and pelvic mobility and stability.

Participants learn techniques to facilitate a more comfortable pregnancy, prepare the body for labor, promote a positive birth experience, and heal and strengthen after birth. In addition to a fun and safe form of physical activity, Dancing for Birth™ provides an opportunity to share the journey of pregnancy with other parents.
Come and be part of the PYC community from the comfort of your home! Once we have accepted your request you will register through the MindBody Online application, and receive a Zoom ... morelink 10 minutes before class. If you want to take class but can't make it, don't worry! We've got you covered. We'll send out a link to the class recording to all those who registered, so you watch it on your own time within 24 hours. You will be able to enjoy the full 90 minute prenatal yoga class. I will still be including our online friends in circle time so I can make sure I address your aches, pain, issues, and requests!
Dates:
Weekly on
Times:
12:00 PM
Provider:
This class is for: *Parents with a child due at the end of August or September 2021 This class will cover: * What to expect from your newborn's sleep.... more
*Strategies on starting a healthy sleep foundation.
*Beginning to set up a schedule and bedtime routine.

This is a 4 week class that will cover all of the newborn sleep basics and beginning sleep hygiene. A live video with the "class" will be posted in a private Facebook group each week, with many opportunities to get support and ask questions throughout the 4 weeks.
Dates:
Weekly on Wednesday
Times:
7:00 PM
Provider:
This is not Childbirth Education. Meaning that I will not go into details about stages of labor or hospital procedures and birth positions or aftercare for newborns unless it is a ... moreplace you are holding fear, and then we will focus on what you personally need. I am an experienced birth worker, so my knowledge and experience with birth will always be present in sessions. However, we will instead be focusing on the Somatic wisdom that lives in our bodies.

We will together work with fears, past trauma (birth or other), grief or whatever is in the way, even if undefined.

We will do group somatic exercises and there will be focused time for everyone to do personal Somatic work while we all hold the space for what is present for you.

Together we will look deep at your specific questions, concerns and fears around pregnancy, birth and postpartum. You will build/add to your personal toolkit to help grow resiliency and capacity for pregnancy, birth and postpartum.

We will listen deeper to what you already know, what you need to remember and what you may be ready to release to make space for this birth. By working deeply with the fear of the unknown, you will remember and learn new settling practices while trying to expand your room for curiosity and perhaps excitement of the unknown.

I will offer my witness, accompaniment, intuition, knowledge and experience to facilitate you in creating the space to discover what your body remembers about integration and wholeness.

I deeply prioritize holding space for past and present trauma and grief. And this group is open to anyone ready to show up.

Group is open to 5 participants. Please email to schedule a short consultation to see if this group is right for you.
Dates:
Weekly on Tuesday
Times:
12:00 PM
Calling all new moms: this postnatal series is designed to restore confidence and energy in your body after birth! Using the Pilates principles of breathing, balanced muscle development, ... morecentering, control, concentration, precision, rhythm, and whole body movement, the workouts are designed for those who have received clearance from a healthcare provider to resume exercise.

Pilates-based exercises strengthen abdominal and pelvic floor muscles, correct postural imbalances, release muscular tension, increase flexibility, improve core control, and enhance mind-body awareness.

Classes will be held at Room to Bloom in Beverly, MA and non-crawling babies are welcome to join mom on the mat.

As a BONUS, those who enroll in the full 6-weeks series for $120 will have the opportunity to schedule a diastasis recti screening with me!

Unable to make each week due to other fun summer plans? Pre-register for any 4 classes for $99!

Can’t make Tuesdays? Don’t forget- I’m also running this series on Thursdays at Tree Top Yoga Studio!
Dates:
On Sun, Aug 15 2021 - Tue, Sep 21 2021
Times:
3:00 PM, 6:00 PM
Provider:
Informed Choices, Part 2 (This class can only be taken in combination with Class 4: Informed Choices, Part 1) In the second part of the Informed Choices we will learn about Common ... moreInterventions + Procedures, including induction, augmentation, pharmacological methods of pain relief, monitoring in labor, IV fluids and eating and drinking, assisted deliveries, different methods in working with the pelvic floor/crowning stage, use of Pitocin for placenta delivery and repair post-birth, and cesarean sections. We will spend time in role-plays to practice using the B.R.A.I.N acronym and informed consent and refusal.
Dates:
Weekly on Saturday
Times:
9:30 AM
Enjoy a 45 min yoga class with your mini me! Mommy and me yoga classes allow children and parents to learn the fundamentals of yoga, breathwork, meditation and mindfulness together! ... moreGrab a mat, and your little one and meet us at Four2five Wellness! Ages 2.5+
Dates:
Weekly on Saturday
Times:
8:00 AM
Provider:
Enjoy a 60 min sensual womb yoga class. This Saturday flow encourages hip opening yoga stretches allowing you to relax, get intune with your divine feminine and flow in your own body. ... moreAll levels are welcomed! Aromatherapy, breathwork and meditation included in your session! Please bring a mat.
Dates:
Monthly on dayFriday
Times:
12:00 PM
Fall into Well-being Starting September 17th 3-month Group Coaching Program for Working Moms Space is limited to 6 participants... more

Fall represents a time for transformations, both personal and environmental, and is the perfect time to reflect and embrace change. This program is suited for working mothers who wish to actively engage in a community of women who can hold each other accountable for taking care of their well-being while balancing multiple priorities.
With the return to the office and hybrid working models, it’s time to pour into you. Through this program, you will have the opportunity to fully engage in your program with a group of like-minded women, receive personalized coaching from me and co-create a plan to hold you accountable as you move through the Fall season. Let’s make this Fall feel different than last Fall.

Who is this for? 

Working Moms. You have young children under 5.
You would like to begin the Fall with a more balanced approach to your personal and professional life.
You are committed to showing up and being the best version of yourself, to your family, and to your work.
You may be feeling burnt out or uninspired and would like to implement actionable and sustainable change to support your wellbeing.
You are looking for support with like-minded moms who are juggling work and family and desire to live in a more heart centered and intentional way.

What’s Included:
A safe and supportive space to share and gain insights about your challenges and wins in your personal and professional life.
A monthly road map outlining when and how you will be integrating well-being and self-care practices in your life.
One 30 minute coach call with me once per month.

VIRTUAL GROUP COACHING DATES:

Time: 12:00-1:00 PM (Eastern)

Sept 17, Oct 1

Oct 15, 29

Nov 12, 19

https://christineanastasia.com/fall-into-wellbeing
Provider:
Join other like-minded new moms excited to prioritize their pelvic floor recovery after pregnancy and childbirth in the early months. This class is a 2-hour information packed seesion ... moreproviding all you need to know about your best and safest core recovery whether you are 6 weeks or 6 months postpartum. Wear comfy clothes to participate in this relaxed and fun class in the comfort of your own home. Recommended props such as a bath towel, face cloth or fitted sheet will be useful but not required to have on hand.
Dates:
Weekly on Tuesday, Thursday
Times:
11:00 AM
Calling all Mama's and Babies!  --Intended for postpartum Mama’s with babies 12 months or younger (pre-walking stage) --Babies will hang out in stroller, car seat or some other stationary ... morebaby container ☺
--Postpartum Mama’s must be cleared for working out by Doctor (typically at least 6 weeks PP)
--We kick things off mingling and chit chatting for about 30 minutes followed up with 30 minutes of movement
--Equipment needed: yoga mat, towel or blanket (a place to put baby if they want a bit of love during class)
$10 via cash or Venmo

FAQ's:

***What can I expect during the movement portion?
All body resistance work! So, no need for weights or added props! Full body focus: arms, back, legs, glutes and a little bit of core. Core work will be safe for all stages of postpartum
***Speed of class: Nothing too crazy, I promise! While we will be pumping some good jams, it’s important for us to be able to intentionally connect to the movements and what parts of the body we’re working.
***What if my baby is fussy or needs to be fed?
Then take care of baby! We’ll all be in the same boat (including myself…Mr. Jude will be there, too!). Do what you can for movement because anything is better than nothing. And it’ll just feel good to be out and about with other Mama’s, so if you need to stop and tend to baby, then do just that!
***What if it rains?
I’ll be watching the weather and will alert you if we need to reschedule due to rain.
***Will there be shade?
We’ll try our best to secure the shaded area at the park for us to hang in, however, I’d suggest bringing a light muslin blanket or some other sun shade for the stroller/baby container ☺