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Newpot Community Yoga Center is honored to offer prenatal yoga class with Ashley. Join us Thursday evenings at 6 pm. Class is $12 and we do offer military discounts and class passes.... more

Prenatal yoga cultivates a gentle and restorative space for a woman to connect with her breath, growing baby, and other women. This class focuses on the needs of the body to support pregnancy and can also alleviate many of the discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, swelling, back pain and sciatica. Please have your OBGYN/Birth professional clear you for participation.
Event Type:
Fitness / Yoga Class
Registration is OPEN for momSTRONG! This group class is the perfect mix of core work, full body strengthening, and corrective exercises (set to a great playlist) that will leave you ... morefeeling like one strong mama!
Event Type:
Fitness / Yoga Class
Friday Evenings 5:30-6:30pm Prenatal Yoga with Elyse Wilkie *Open for any woman who has entered her 2nd trimester. Drop in $10.... more

A gentle and soothing time to support your self and baby by easing the mind and body throughout your pregnancy. Each class begins with prenatal breath work, allowing the mother to bring awareness to the power of her breath as a direct link to the baby. Prenatal yoga is designed to strengthen the pelvic floor, bring ease to the spine, and create suppleness in the hips; all allowing for a greater sense of well-being and relaxation.
Speak with your midwife or OBGYN for clearance to participate.

More info: www.sacred-center.org
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Fitness / Yoga Class
Classes engage toddlers- (and their parents) through story and song based yoga. As children explore their full range of activity and feelings–from wild things to cuddlers, from love ... morebunnies to fierce tigers, they experience sensory system balancing movement and rest. –and in turn, parents will discover how to create a safe responses to the often unnerving energy level of these little forces of nature, without being overcome by anger, fear, or overwhelm!

Classes are only offered as a full series to support the children’s comfort and learning.
Event Type:
Fitness / Yoga Class
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
The Open Circle Fathering Group* aims to create a shared space for fathers-to-be, new fathers, and fathers with younger children. This group is designed as a safe, brave, and comfortable ... morespace to talk about joys, hopes, and frustrations, share the numerous obstacles and challenges we experience, and brainstorm/share practical solutions. Becoming a parent forces us to come face-to-face with intense inner experiences — joy, love, and humor, but also perhaps anger, anxiety, jealousy, shame, grief and more. Often, our identities, priorities, independence, and relationships with our partners change at a disorienting speed during pregnancy and after the baby arrives. This group will offer a space to air it all out so that we can ride the waves of fathering with more skill and find renewed energy and meaning in our ever-changing roles and identities.

Facilitated by Sheldon Malcolm and Avi David.

*Open to anyone identifying as a father or father-figure

NOTE: babies/children (up to age 3) are welcome to attend under their parent's care and supervision.

First and Third Sundays of the month at 1:30-2:30 PM.
Suggested donation $5-10. Drop-ins welcome.
Event Type:
Support Group
Our newborn can seem like a tiny, strange creature from another planet. She may not look or act the way we expected, and often seems a random mash-up of confusing wiggles, cries, jerks, ... morestaring, sleeping and suckling episodes. Who is this little person? And what, on earth, are we to do with him? Join other families as we explore these amazing, sweet and strong (if confounding!) little beings. Learn that instead of being made up of random and impossible to understand behaviors, they are actually highly organized and communicative. As we begin to recognize the journey our newborn has made from inside to out and the ways she engages with the world, we discover how to more confidently and effectively respond to her needs. As we learn to respond to his needs, we discover a calmer, more settled baby, and a life that supports parents’ rest and well being, as well as baby’s.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Peer facilitated support group. Free and open to anyone who has experienced miscarriage.
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Support Group
Bradley Method Natural Childbirth Classes: Your Path to an Empowered and Informed Birth. This comprehensive eight-week series of classes will give you a deep understanding of pregnancy, ... morebirth and early postpartum. You will learn relazation and mindfulness practices, nutrition for pregnancy and exercises to prepare you for a physiologic birth. We will explore evidence based care and informed decision making. Mothers and their partners will develop a solid understanding of the process of birth and gain confidence in their skills as they prepare for the birth of their child.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
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