Workshop - Getting back to health after high risk pregnancy or giving birth to a premature or sick baby

Enduring a high risk pregnancy and/or spending hours/days/months beside your baby in the NICU/SCN is without a doubt an exhausting time both emotionally and physically. You should be caring for your own health to ensure you can care for others. Mothers being mothers usually don't follow this advice. They often put their own health at the bottom of the priority list.

Nikki Ranshaw from Peak Pregnancy is both a midwife and a personal trainer. With extensive knowledge of what happens behind those sliding NICU doors, and having cared for many high-risk pregnant mothers, she will provide you realistic, achievable advice that allows you to take the first step in focusing your attention on you.  By doing so, you will be healthier both mentally and physically.

The workshop will be help in Subiaco on Wednesday the 22nd of October at 7pm.  It is open to all families affected by high-risk pregnancy, premature birth or having a sick newborn.  To register for this workshop please visit the registration page.


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