When: Tuesday Mornings Investment: 220$
11 - 11:45 am (with time to chat before and after)
April 18 - June 27
Where? Knox Presbyterian Church, Downtown Guelph
Why? Oh I have so so many reasons! The best reason might be to help you remember that you are not alone. Coming to yoga is a great way to meet new mamas. The next best reason might be to take time for yourself and your awesome body and to be reminded that you are gorgeous exactly as you are. Our bodies change throughout our life and they are worthy of love and attention at all the different stages. We will stretch out and strengthen. Open up all the places that are extra stiff from holding babe! Don't worry if your baby is fussy. And don't worry if your hair is messy. Or if you feel tired! You and your baby can come exactly as you are!
To register click the sign up button. This will lead you to my email. Let me know that you want to join. I will then ask you for payment by e-transfer (or cash if prefer that method) to secure your spot in class. Classes are by registration, but as you get pregnant, and adopt or foster at all different times, you can also join at all different times and I will prorate the session for you!
Space is limited. It fills very quickly. Registration is required.
“Chantalle is absolutely one of the kindest, most generous, and genuine people I have ever known. These classes were incredible for me as a new mom to be. I was able to stay active during my pregnancy but also gain confidence from her that I would succeed at this whole motherhood thing. After having my daughter I went to Chantalle’s Mama baby classes. It was really hard for me to get out of the house after having a baby and Chantalle’s class couldn’t have been a more perfect setting for me to help with my anxiety. Having a group of women going through the same stage of life together in one place was so helpful for me. Chantalle genuinely cared about every single one of us and I say this beautiful mantra to myself daily, that I learned from her:
“I am the best mama that I know how to be and that is enough.”
Amanda Follett, Guelph
Alexa Young, CA