Community Connections

Back in the day, we all had a village that would surround us in the early days postpartum. Now it’s harder to find that village and our sense of community can feel lacking. An important way to prevent postpartum depression is to feel connected to our community, so I want to share my favourite resources with you. I only recommend places and people that I know and love! 

jessie mundell
Jessie Mundell is a must to check out for prenatal/postnatal fitness. Also, she's an all around fantastic human being.
true touch
You'll find all things massage, craniosacral therapy, and fitness classes here.
NurtureHer is a must for all your pelvic floor physiotherapy needs.
From pregnancy to baby to toddler, you're sure to find a program to suit your needs here.
The library has more than books! Check out all of the incredible family programs that they host!
If you need a free drop in program to bring your baby or toddler to, you need to check out these programs!

Meet the Back Up Doula

Did you know that I work with a phenomenal back up doula? Get to know Whitney at Down to Earth Birth Services!

Recommended Reading

There are so many books out there to read in regards to pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and parenting. Some of them are incredible, and some of them are not. Let me help you avoid those less incredible ones with my book recommendations! I have personally read and loved each one of these.

Pregnancy and Birth





Personal Growth