A Wellness Picnic for Perth Mamas
Following the popularity of our last picnic, we have decided to run another one!
In collaboration with Perth Mumma Community (formerly Babes + Picnics Perth), we will be hosting a Spring Wellness Picnic on Friday 30th November, 9:30 am – 11:30 am at the playground in Sir James Mitchell Park, South Perth. View photos of the exact location here.
Free parking is available next to the playground, as well as coffee and snacks at the nearby Boatshed Cafe.
Perth Mumma Community is a network of like-minded mummas who meet once a month for support, networking and friendships. They also love to give back! This picnic will provide an opportunity for all mums to meet like-minded, local mums in a safe, positive, uplifting and purposeful environment, while also supporting a local charity and businesses.
The event is FREE to attend but if you would like to make a donation to the chosen charity – Little Things for Tiny Tots – on the day or purchase some goodies from our featured local businesses please bring some cash.
Little Things for Tiny Tots distributes new and pre-loved essential baby items to Perth families in need. They provide a box of “little things” that assist a family to care for their baby in the first few weeks of life containing items such as clothing, blankets, nappies, wipes, toys and books. New Baby Boxes are distributed via existing support services and government agencies and boxes are not donated directly to families or individuals.
Wholehearted Family Health is a wellness hub for mums in WA who are interested in natural health and parenting. Wholehearted Family Health enables mums to find holistic and reliable health information, naturally good products and values-driven practitioners to support them in their motherhood journey.
A number of Wholehearted Businesses will be at the picnic with their products and/or chatting to mamas offering support and information about their services.
Wholehearted Family Health is thrilled to be partnering with Perth Mumma Community for this event. RSVP is appreciated here and please share with your friends!
Our confirmed wellness businesses who will be attending the picnic include:
Narelle from Serenity Wellness Collective. Narelle is a certified meditation instructor and runs weekly guided meditation sessions. She enjoys supporting mums through the ups and downs of motherhood through meditation and in promoting self-care.
Lucy-Anne from Lucy-Anne Lewis Neurofeedback and Counselling. Lucy-Anne is an advanced certified NeurOptimal trainer and holds a diploma of counselling. She believes in whole-body brain health and focuses her practice on the mental health of women, particularly pregnant and postnatal women. With a combination of Neurofeedback and VieLight, she can help you overcome those things weighing you down, and help your brain and body maintain a natural balance.
Joanne from FitRight. FitRight offers physiotherapist-led small group pregnancy pilates and postnatal exercise classes that are low impact and pelvic-floor-friendly while still being challenging. Classes aim to optimise core strength, flexibility and posture and are specifically designed to be suitable for women who suffer from common issues such as incontinence, vaginal prolapse, joint pain and abdominal muscle separation.
Edna from Giuntini Chiropractic. All of Dr Edna’s postgraduate study has focused on child development and chiropractic techniques for children. She enjoys working with families and works closely with other healthcare professionals for the maximum benefit and improvement of you and your child.
Briony from Assured Parenting. Briony is a Child and Family Health Nurse who created Assured Parenting as a support service facilitating the well-being of children and their families. She recognises that every family is unique and encourages parents to be the best they can be.
Nicole Pates, Physiotherapist and Director of Western Kids Health. Western Kids Health offers expert, holistic care to children who require Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychological and Dietetic services, along with Yoga, Art and Hydrotherapy classes.
Alyce from Baby Mumma Perth. Baby Mumma Perth is a family business which provides local families with access to baby carriers, reusable swim and modern cloth nappies, breastfeeding accessories and clothing, natural Vanilla Mozi creams and candles, and a great range of reusable and eco-friendly products for the whole family.
Kate from Kate Barnes Health Coaching. Kate is a certified holistic health coach and is on a mission to deeply nourish the hearts of women and their families. She offers workshops, short courses and one-on-one coaching to women looking to transform their wellbeing.
Siobhan from Black Swan First Aid Training. Siobhan is an ambulance paramedic and offers boutique-style first aid training service in the home and across the Perth metropolitan area. She created Black Swan First Aid to provide tailored, practical and empowering life-saving skills and knowledge of what to do in an emergency.
Roslyn from Peek-a-boo Infant Massage. Roslyn is a Registered Nurse and certified infant massage instructor. She facilitates courses where she enjoys teaching parents and/or guardians the skill of baby massage, as well as providing education on the fantastic benefits of massage.
Una from Econscious Living. A passionate environmental scientist, Una can empower you to create a healthy, green home and workspace. She conducts reviews of your space; including comprehensive Healthy Home, Healthy Bedroom, Air Quality/Allergen and EMF assessments.
Vanessa from Little Leather children’s shoes. Little Leather shoes support the natural foot development of little ones. They are not only adorable, the soft soles of the shoes ensure protection while allowing the arches to strengthen, ensuring good posture and assisting with spatial awareness.
Andrea from Wholehearted Family Health. Andrea is a midwife, child health nurse and creator of Wholehearted Family Health, an online wellness hub for WA mums interested in natural health and parenting. It is her mission to bridge the gap between mainstream and complementary health, to enable mamas to access holistic health information and care for their families.
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