postnatal_3Mom & Baby Yoga 
Big OM, little om…

Enjoy your baby, reconnect with your body, and meet other new moms in our Mom & Baby yoga classes
You will learn proper core and pelvic floor engagement post-birth and will gather wisdom for understanding your baby’s cues. Class is most successful with pre-crawling babies. Feeding, changing, and crying are all normal parts of this yoga class.

Vinyasa Flow, Yoga for your Core, Mindful Flow and Gentle Flow with Childcare

Explore your new normal in these weekly challenging classes that support you as you reconnect to your pelvic floor, transverse and rectus abdominis muscles.

Please arrive ten minutes early to your first class at Pomegranate.
Postnatal women should wait until 8 weeks after delivery to join these strong flow classes. Open to all women although not recommended for pregnancy.
Please pre-register for childcare to ensure a spot for your child.


Offerings for New Moms

Pom Moms New Moms Group
with Lisa Flato

A drop-in New Moms Group meeting Fridays from 12:30-1:45pm.

Baby weight check, feeding support and a different topic each week. This is a space to get support, ideas, and wisdom along the challenging journey of motherhood.
Buy a 5-pack for $50 to use within 3 months. Babies typically attend this group.


Ab Rehab
with Alicia Willoughby

Semi-private physical therapy for postnatal women.

This workshop is appropriate for any mom, with kids of any age, but geared specifically toward women with diastasis (abdominal separation from pregnancy), pelvic floor dysfunction and/or a weak core. Educate yourself to prevent pain, incontinence, and long-term weakness!
Each week, Alicia provides a handout with detailed instructions of the assigned exercises. 
$260 for 4 1-hour sessions. Weekday sessions include childcare.


Sleep 101 for 0-12 months
with Sarah Middelton

A comprehensive approach to sleep that takes into account each family’s unique set of sleep needs based on the Millette Method.
Learn great techniques to help your little one (and you!) sleep.

Topics covered:
• Importance of a baby schedule
• Sleep Regressions (developmental milestones, teething and travel) and how to help your baby through them
• Pros and cons of two common sleep methods (Ferber, CIO, low/no- cry methods)
• Infant/child sleep products
• Family bed, crib, room sharing
• Strategies to deal with the 30-minute nap


Starting Solids
with Katie Louderback

Nutritional Consultant Katie Louderback will provide a framework for making decisions around when to start solids and what types of foods to offer your baby.

When and what we feed our babies can vary greatly depending on many factors. It also sets the stage for our family’s culture of eating. Topics of discussion will also include nutrient dense food options, approaches to feeding including baby-led weaning, common allergens, and how to continue with breast milk and/or formula. There will be space for specific questions and discussion of what worked/didn’t with previous babies. 


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