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Families with children from birth to 3 years are invited to start your Saturday morning with us at the Florence Gray Center in Newport! A light breakfast will be served followed by ... morearts & crafts, reading, and a special monthly presentation, along with surprises, giveaways, free books & more! Transportation is available! Contact Jennifer Gee, Program Coordinator at 401-533-1160 for more information or to register. Siblings are welcome to attend.

Hours: First Saturday of each month (Sept-May) 9:30 A.M. – 11:30 A.M.
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Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group
Bellies and bonding fellowship for first time and seasoned mothers. Come together to form a birth tribe, ask questions, help others and enjoy this birth journey with other expecting ... moremothers in our local community.

Tree of life birth collective offers evidence based information and 10+ birth services to the area. Each class will have a discussion topic and have a birth worker in attendance that specializes in that topic.

This support group is free to the community! Bring a snack and share.

We will be holding meetings every first Wednesday of the month starting at 6 pm at our Graham location, 4 NE Court Square, Graham, NC

We look forward to meeting you and your growing family and be a safe place for you to express your concerns and receive support.
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Support Group
Peer facilitated support group. Free and open to anyone who has experienced miscarriage.
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Support Group
Peer facilitated. Free and open to anyone who has experienced stillbirth or early infant loss.
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Support Group
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Birth is a normal and natural process. Our Childbirth class focuses on exploring the option of unmedicated birth. The class help prepare couples for childbirth utilizing a variety ... moreof visualization exercises, breathing, relaxation, massage and additional comfort measures. Stages of labor will be discussed, as well as general information about hospital policies and creating a positive communication with your health care provider. The focus of this class is on natural childbirth, however both analgesic and anesthetic pain relief options will be covered. Preparing for unexpected outcomes will be taught, as well as Cesarean Section information. Please sign up for this class in the fourth or fifth month of pregnancy so that there is ample time for practicing the techniques covered. Upcoming class is April 7th to April 15th 6:00pm - 8:30. Class is $159 per couple.
Provider:
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Welcome to a positive childbirth ed workshop gear to help you feel more calm, confident and in control at your birth. This class runs Thursday's in June from 7pm-9pm for 4 weeks. It ... moreis held at virtually via zoom for everyone's safety. You and a birth partner will experience this fun and hands on workshop where we cover building confidence in your mental and emotional resilience reinforced with instruction and practice. Unlike hospital workshops I will ensure you understand your options for navigating your birth preferences in the hospital system, allowing you to feel calmer and more in control. Most importantly, we will be learning advanced comfort measures and having a full toolkit of strategies is important for you and your partner. Dress comfortably as we will be trying a lot of these comfort measures.
Provider:
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
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 out? How can ... moreI 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.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
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 how it all ... moreworks 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.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
Whether the sensations of birth are called “rushes,” “waves,” “pressure,” or “pain,” few will argue that the sensations are immense and intense – and they must be to move the baby ... moreout 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.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
Birth is filled with contradictions. We cannot control it but must learn to ride whatever waves it brings us. At the same time, there are many opportunities to steer the course of ... moreour birth. Families often don’t realize the choices and rights they have, or how strongly these choices can impact their births, experience, and postpartum health. Join other couples and explore the importance of making intentional choices in a practitioner, birth location, and practitioner or hospital practices and procedures. Learn about building positive relationships with your medical team, and your legal right to informed consent or refusal of all procedures and interventions. Learn how to use this information to create a birth plan that represents what is important to you as a family, and which can be easily read and responded to by your medical team.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online