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Starting May 15th join Lisa, for a Mom's Bootcamp to get your body back before summer! Camp includes pre & post body composition analysis, a Pulse Gym tank, nutrition tips, homework ... moreand more fun. Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 -11:30 am at Pulse Gym.

$299 Full Camp, or JOIN WITH A FRIEND for $199 each!
$49 to include babysitting at Pulse Gym.
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Fitness / Yoga Class
Preregistration required. Save your spot! Being a mom certainly takes a toll on your body. Carrying your baby, usually favoring one side, breast or bottle feeding, looking down at ... moreyour sweet little love all the time, can put some serious strain on your neck and spine! Hormones and ligamentous laxity also add to the stress on new mom’s bodies. Guess what? There are things you can do to reduce your back/neck/whatever pain. Focal topics will include ergonomics around feeding and other parenting tasks as well as training for stability and mobility.

About your instructor: Victor received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2014 after spending over eight years in the health and fitness industry as a personal trainer and fitness manager. He has also earned the designations of CAFS (Gray Institute), CSCS (NSCA), Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM), and certifications as a kettlebell and boxing/kickboxing instructor. He believes strongly in the power of an improved physical condition, and works hard to achieve it.
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Fitness / Yoga Class
This is a free talk to discuss some of the myths and facts surrounding infant sleep. Class is geared towards babies ages 0-16 weeks but all are invited to join in the discussion. Let's ... morechange the conversation, change the expectations, and get some SLEEP.
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Birthing / Parenting Class
This class covers everything you need to know from the moment your baby is born through the first 2 weeks of their life. You'll leave class prepared to take care of your newborn, how ... moreto start breastfeeding off right, ease the recovery for the birthing mom, and your partner will have a concrete understanding of what they should be doing and how best to support the family through these early days. Better Baby Class teaches you survival tips and empowers you to thrive as new parents.
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Birthing / Parenting Class
This is a 2 hour class for expectant parents and those with newborns 16 weeks old and younger. Class topics include: Normal Infant Sleep Patterns... more
Myths vs. Realities
Ensuring Safe Sleep
Parenting to Sleep Tools
Tricky Times and Sweet Spots
Healthy Family Balance
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Birthing / Parenting Class
Planning on breastfeeding? This class will help you get off on the right foot. Breastfeeding is natural but it isn't always easy. Preparation and education help make the transition ... morego smoothly!
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Birthing / Parenting Class
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 heard ... moreall 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 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.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class