What: A Birthday Retreat
When: June 29, 2014 | 1pm – 5pm
Where: Georgia’s Kitchen | 900 N Broadway Rd
Lexington, KY 40505
Cost: $35 per mother; husbands, support, and children are free with a paid mother
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We encourage all mothers of all types and their support system to join us for an afternoon and evening of devotion to caring for mothers and children. Talks and discussion will be scheduled throughout the afternoon on progressive topics of motherhood. Interspersed throughout will be fun creative unscheduled opportunities and activities for both adults and children. We have sorted them into TALKTIME and PLAYTIME. Feel free to attend in as many or as few as you would like! Refreshments are included with your entrance fee for you and your children/support group. We will have plenty of healthy and delicious options!
Each talk is 20 minutes long, with 20 minutes in-between set aside of discussion and break.
Preparing for Birth with Mother with Lauren – self touch, aromatherapy, partner connection
Soothing Music in Utero and for Mom with BethEllen
Natural Birth with Amy or Laura
Baby Massage with Lauren
Post Partum with Lauren and Amy
Active Parenting with Jaclyn
These activities will take place throughout the venue all afternoon. Your children are more than welcome to enjoy some of the kids’ playtime activities while you participate in a talk or other activity. This will be a safe, nurturing, and encouraging space.
- Hula Hooping and Kids’ Movement
- Art for both kids and adults
- PlayConnect Class demonstration
- Music Play
- Body Casting – done in a private space for moms, have a body cast made of your pregnant tummy!
- Face painting
- Henna Art – safe, natural, semi-temporary dying and adornment of the skin.
- Dancing for Birth ™
- Belly Yoga
- Garden Fun and Music
Afterward, join us for a FREE screening of an amazing documentary entitled Guerrilla Midwife at Centered. Ashland Address.
Film will begin at 6:00pm. Some light refreshments will be provided.
The film follows the remarkable work of 2011 CNN Hero, Ibu Robin Lim and her efforts to protect the smallest citizens of Earth. Filmmaker Déjà Bernhardt has captured on camera tender moments of childbirth and human bonding, as they unfold in our planet’s most extreme locations of environmental and political disaster. As Bernhardt takes us from beautiful Bali, where terrorist bombings have destroyed the economy, to post Tsunami Aceh, she highlights the efforts of one remarkable woman who has been recognized globally for illuminating the difference one person can make. -IMDB
Director / Writer: Deja Bernhardt
Release Year: 2010
Producer: Skwatta Camp Productions