A mother's return to Wholeness.
CALLING POSTPARTUM MOMS IN ATX!!
Whole mamas is an opportunity to create solid friendships and social support networks along your motherhood path.
This group brings together the wisdom of Yoga, Ayurveda, Psychology, Healing Arts, and Ceremony
to demystify your transition from maiden to mother.
Through in-person gatherings and online support, you will receive education, guidance, community,
connection, healing, and a WHOLE lot of love from two seasoned mamas and healers.
* potlucks * online support * monthly tribe gatherings * 1:1 phone consults * community * lifelong friendships
This is a closed group for postpartum mamas.
All the same mamas will be together for 6 months and hopefully your whole motherhood career!
Find your tribe while healing your childhood wounds to become the mother you always dreamed of being is possible as a whole mama.
The group runs on a monthly membership of $89/month for 6 months.
Payment plans available.
Thursdays from 12:30-2:30
October 11 - November 8 - December 6 - January 3 - January 31 - February 28
5555 North Lamar L-121
Austin TX 78751
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the details!
Kelli Foulkrod, MS, LPA, RYT is a therapist and yoga teacher with a speciality in perinatal mental health. She has been working in the mental health field for 15 years, and has been solely focused on supporting new moms for the past eight years. As a founding board member of the pregnancy and postpartum health alliance, Kelli is dedicated to serving women to be more joyful and content in early mothering. Kelli has been practicing yoga and meditation for 15 years, teaching therapeutic yoga groups for seven years, and studying the healing arts for the past five years. She is passionate about providing holistic approaches to mental health treatments and empowering women to become their own healers.
Sarah began her yoga journey in 1998. After being an avid Hatha student for a few years, she craved deeper study and became a registered yoga instructor. She was specifically interested in the study of prenatal yoga.
Sarah's family history was sprinkled with pregnancy loss. As Sarah and her husband embarked on creating a family, she wanted to learn everything she could to support her body and spirit from preconception through a healthy pregnancy. Thankfully she overcame her family's struggles and had two healthy babies. She believes that part of that success can be attributed to her yogic awareness.
Whole Mamas is a safe space. All information will be kept confidential.
Each member will go through a screening process
to make sure that our group provides an appropriate level of care.
Whole Mamas is a part of Organic Mental Health Center, PLLC