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Breastfeeding Support Group
This group offers breastfeeding support and guidance to breastfeeding mothers. Our certified lactation consultants and certified lactation counselors will lead breastfeeding topics such as the early weeks, fussy babies, common problems and solutions, going back to work, nutrition and long term breastfeeding success.
The support group meets weekly on Mondays from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the Women and Infants Healthcare Unit (WIHCU) lactation office at Waldo County General Hospital. For more information, please contact lactation services at Waldo County General Hospital at 338-2500 ext. 4109. Please call ahead if it falls on a holiday.
Mother's Milk Support Group
A support group for breastfeeding families. The informal group provides interaction as well as individual assistance when needed. Women wanting more information about breastfeeding are also welcome. Facilitated by a lactation consultant from OB/GYN. Drop-in group, please call 921-8345 for more information.
Restoring Balance with Yoga Nidra
with Lea Smith, Journey to Health
Yoga nidra is a guided deep relaxation meditation that helps reduce stress and heal physical, mental and emotional imbalances. Lea Smith, certified yoga instructor, will lead students as they lie down to rest their bodies and minds in the deep restorative practices of yoga nidra.
Walking Meditation - Belfast
with Barbara Crowley, Journey to Health
You don't have to be seated to meditate. Bringing mindfulness into our natural activities, like walking, can have the same health benefits and be extremely relaxing. Join Health & Wellness Coach Barbara Crowley to practice a new way of meditating.
Welcoming Wonder - Camden
with Abby Pettee & Jean Ashland, Journey to Health
Join spiritual care providers Abby Pettee and Jean Ashland to pause in your day and experience the wonder of nature. This class will encourage participants to practice gratitude while soaking in the sights, scents and sounds of the world around us. The class will include time for quiet reflection, meditative walking, personal creativity and just being. Suggestions for keeping awe alive in everyday moments will be explored.