22 Mar Where in the world is Anja?
Hey, there! I’m going to be out and about at area events in the coming months, and I’d love to connect with you! Are you curious about home birth? Water birth? Need breastfeeding support? An Arvigo® treatment (yes, you do need an Arvigo® session, you just don’t know it yet.) Maybe you just want to see how out of control my curls are right now? Well, you can catch me at any of these upcoming events:
Friday, March 22, 2019, I will be at the Social Sister Club at Sisterhood Services. I’m so excited to be part of the community in Sheboygan, and I’m reaching out there because I have a good, solid student, Rhie Lorenz, who is ready and willing to work to the finish line to become a CPM. It’s so great to have more midwives in the world because then more people are exposed to midwifery care!
Sunday, March 24th, 2019, I will be at the Green Bay Parenting Expo, right next to my lovely colleagues from 920 Wellness Studio. Hanna Camarena will be with me, and she will be launching her beautiful postpartum care package. You can purchase it to give as a gift, or to be sent to yourself for postpartum support. We will have lots of good things for you there, including a guide for supporting postpartum families.
Thursday, April 18th, 2019, We will be starting Postpartum Circles, both in Sheboygan and at 920 Wellness Studio. I’ve always been sad to say goodbye to families at the six-week visit, so I created a way to keep in touch with all of you! Come hang out, give and receive support, and learn about area resources for families with new babies. Learn more here.
For Midwives and Students
First Friday Meetings of Students and Midwives If you are a midwife or a student midwife within easy reach of Northeast Wisconsin, contact me to learn more about these meetings. We practice skills and talk midwifery, and make good connections with each other.
Advanced Midwifery Training The lovely Augustine Colebrook is coming back to Wisconsin to share her wisdom, humor, and love of midwives, pregnant folks and babies. See more information here.