Events Calendar

We’ve got a packed scheduled of online meet ups, closed discussion groups and live Instagram Q&As with women’s health practitioners, pre and postnatal fitness and yoga instructors, as well as baby and toddler experts to help keep you informed, inspired and connected.

Check out our events line-up below. And if you think we’re missing something or you’d like us to cover a specific topic, you can submit your suggestion here anonymously. We know your time is precious Mama, so we want to make sure they’re worth logging on for!

Every Wednesday

Join us every Wednesday at 10:15 for a live 30-minute slow flow postnatal yoga session with our resident yogi, Golnaz Maleki


Friday 21 August

Wana talk about sex, Mama? We’re speaking to psychosexual psychotherapist, The Sex Talking Mama, who specialists in sexual health and relationship therapy to help bust myths and offer support to you on your sexual health journey. Whether your trying to conceive, pregnant, a new mum, suffered a traumatic birth, all or none of the above, your sexual health shouldn’t have to suffer. Join our Q&A to have your questions and concerned answered.


Tuesday 25 August

Have you ever heard of womb wellness before? Neither had we, till we spoke to Holistic Wellness Coach and founder of Soul Mama Journey, Nehanda Truscott-Reid. In this fast-paced, masculine-driven world we live in, centring our ‘womb wisdom’ can change the way we move through everyday life. It can help shift the ways we navigate our lives and honour ourselves as women, moving away from exhaustion, burn out and even depression and towards vitality. Wana take responsibility for your energy Mama? We thought you might.


Wednesday 26 August

Did you know that one in three women who have had a baby have wet themselves at some point? It’s really common, but not commonly spoken about. So we’re chatting to the owner of Sneha Physical Therapy, an in-home and telehealth physical therapy practice in New York – Dr. Sneha Gazi, PT, DPT – who specialises in pelvic floor physical therapy and treats women with pregnancy-related issues such as incontinence, back pain, and pelvic pain. Join our chat about how to improve the inconvenience of incontinence.


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