Before your baby’s arrival, you may have had an idea of how it would all go. Maybe you read or heard others’ birth stories — in books, in prenatal yoga, or right here on the Blooma blog.
Now it’s your turn. You’re on the other side!
Whether you had the birth of your dreams or need to write as a therapeutic process, you have an important story to record — the story of the day you ushered a new life into the world.
Please join me, Blooma’s blogger, birth doula and prenatal/BYOB yoga teacher, for a cozy, candlelit two-hour Writing Your Baby’s Birth Story workshop that’s part yoga, part writing exercises (with memory-jogging tips + plenty of encouragement!) and part free-writing time.
You may choose to keep the story private or share it, but either way, the act of writing down your birthing experience is a powerful way to make sense of it all, to record your memories, and to reflect on the day you became a mother — whether for the first or fourth time!
Alisa Blackwood leads the Writing Your Baby’s Birth Story workshop Feb. 1 at Blooma St. Paul.
Upcoming workshop dates include:
Give yourself the gift of entering a sacred space to remember, feel, cry, laugh and get it all down on paper (or your laptop). The Writing Your Baby’s Birth Story workshop is held every two months, alternating between Blooma St. Paul and Blooma Minneapolis.
Sign up online for the next workshop (Feb. 1, 7-9 p.m. in St. Paul), and email me at email@example.com with any questions!
Alisa, Sarah & the women of Blooma