Nurturing the pregnant person, partner and family 

profoundly nurtures the baby's developing brain 

and sets the stage for lifelong health for the entire family.

Lifelong health starts in the womb, when the brain and body first begin to develop. Neuroscience, and specifically a speciality called fetal origins, shows us that the environment during pregnancy contributes to lifelong mental and physical health.   


We teach and support families to create brain healthy environments, relationships and practices in pregnancy, where the family and the infant will thrive. 


Families continue to be enriched by our brain health education throughout pregnancy, birth, infancy and far beyond.  


Infant learning also starts in the womb.  We teach families how to nurture and enrich the developing brain at specific times throughout pregnancy.  

Pregnancy Brain Health Workshop

Workshop includes:​

  • Introduction to the science of brain health, mental health and physical health.

  • A range of practices that create new connections in the parent and infant brain to promote health, relationships and thriving for the whole family. 


  • Science of exercise, brain healthy foods and environmental factors that influence brain health for the family and baby. 

  • Science of when baby can smell, taste, hear, and learn language in the womb and how to enrich the baby during pregnancy.



Birthing person, partner, caregivers and family members are encouraged to participate in all workshops.

In person workshops are 4-5 hours, with lunch and breaks.

Online workshops are 3, 2 hour long sessions.


Group Pregnancy Brain Health Workshop is included with Birth Doula Services.






Pregnancy Brain Health Support


Many clients benefit from weekly, biweekly or monthly support following the Pregnancy Brain Health Workshop or independently which can include: 

  • Support to create a brain healthy home and lifestyle. 

  • Practice and enhancement of brain health practices for reduction of stress or anxiety and increased relaxation.

  • Emotional, educational and advocacy support.

  • Discussion of Pregnancy related concerns, questions and personal topics of interest.  


Sessions can be in person, email, phone, FaceTime or Skype.