On the lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh territories, we invite Birth Workers to an evening to hear from practitioners who are passionate about supporting new birthing parents during the postpartum phase.
Come hear from fellow practitioners who aren't on the usual list of postpartum services, learn what they can offer and supplement your toolbox of support services for your patients.
The vision of the evening is to inform, educate and nourish.
We are going to feed you! Bring your own bowl, drinking vessel and sporks as we will be offering food that is gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. There will also be non-alcoholic beverages.
Danette Jubinville, MSc | she/her/hers | Founding Member, ekw’í7tl doula collective
Emily Lewis R.Ac DTCM | Her/She | Registered Acupuncturist, Doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Fabiola Perez | She/Her | Doula, Yoga teacher & Designer for CC.Cuarto Creciente
Mona Stilwell | she/her/hers | Feeding Mama
Raechel John | she/her/hers | Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist
Sid Hawkins | they/them | RMT, Biodynamic Cranial Therapy
Stephanie Miranda Jhala | she/her/hers | Founder, A Mothers Movement
Yvette DuMouchel | her / she | Owner - Food on the Table
Yvette Lalonde | she/her or they/them | Somatic counsellor / Inner Flow Counselling | Wellness
Little Mountain Shop is wheelchair accessible.
If you require ASL, or other accommodations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide a fragrance-free event, we request that attendees refrain from wearing colognes, perfumes or other scented or chemical products
How do I get there?
Transit: Exit the Expo Line at Science World and hop onto Bus 003 which takes you directly up Main Street
Driving: Metered parking on the streets are available.
ALL TICKET PROCEEDS go towards supporting an Indigenous Mother with Doula Services from ekw’í7tl doula collective
Exploring The Fourth Trimester: An Evening For Birth Workers
Tuesday May 28, 2019, 6:00pm-8:30pm
Tickets available here