Pachamama Pop Up 2
Time & Location
We are Pachamama. We help new mothers and mums-to-be to look after themselves, as well as their child.About this Event
Pachamama is hosting a child-friendly, three part pop up series focused on the postnatal needs of modern motherhood. We're bringing childcare, health & fitness classes, access to experts, and the opportunity to meet other mothers, together under one roof. Crying babies are absolutely welcome.
Our class and talk timetable for the 1st Feb are listed below. For other events in this series click here.
PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING
There are three types of tickets you can choose from:
£20 - "General Admission" pass : General admission gives you access to all our talks and workshops. All talks and workshops are child-friendly. No class or creche access is given with this pass.
£30 - "Class" pass : Book a space into a specific class. This pass includes all day general admission to the event and free access to the talks and workshops.
Please note: classes are mother-only and have a postnatal focus. If you are coming with your child, you can book a creche space for them.
£15 - "Add-Ons" :
- Additional class at half price: A second class pass is purchasable at half-price.
- Creche spot: If have booked a class pass and you are coming with your child, you can book a creche space for them. Creche slots start 15 minutes before class and end 15 minutes after class.
BOOKING A GENERAL ADMISSION PASS:
If you would like to attend the talks and meet other mums, then a General Admission pass is for you.
- To book, click the green "tickets" button on the upper right-hand side of this page.
- Select the "General Admission" pass.
Please note: General Admission passes do not provide class or creche access.
BOOKING INTO A CLASS:
- To book a class, click the green "tickets" button on the upper right-hand side of this page.
- Select the class you wish to attend.
- If you wish to attend more than one class, scroll down to the "add-ons" section and select an additional class at half price.
- Our classes our mother-only, i.e. no children are allowed into class. If you are coming with your child, you can book a creche space for them in the "add-ons" section below the classes. Please ensure you book a creche spot for every class spot you book.
Please note: In order to participate in any class, you must have the all clear from your GP or other medical health professional after your 6-8 week postnatal check. Buying a class pass gives you free access to the talks and workshops throughout the day, which are child-friendly.
Any questions, just email firstname.lastname@example.org
10:30-11:30: Pilates with Georgie Adams
Learn how to safely engage your deep core and pelvic floor in our mat Pilates session with Six Physio's Women's Health Physio and Rehab Physio, Georgie Adams. This session aims to protect the spine and improve abdominal diastasis (separation) and endurance. Minimal equipment will be used, ensuring you can easily repeat as a home exercise routine. Suitable for postnatal Mamas and prenatal Mamas up to 14 weeks pregnant.
12:00-13:00: Body Weight & Baby with Maya Saffron
Join Maya for a session that will help you kickstart your fitness. If you've been out of action for a while, or even just the last trimester, this class will make you move, sweat and get your heart rate up. All fitness levels welcome. Suitable for Mama and baby.
13:30-14:30: Yoga for Mamas with Jayne Miller
Come and ease your way back into your yoga and your body. We’ll start with gentle re-aligning and pelvic floor work to help you regain strength and vitality from the inside, before moving though a sequence of postures targeting common discomforts experienced by mums - from tight shoulders and upper back aches, to wrist issues and exhaustion! We’ll include some breath work to aid relaxation and help you stay calm. Suitable for both pre and postnatal Mamas.
15:00-16:00: Pelvic Floor with Baz Moffat
Work your pelvic floor with women's health coach, Baz Moffat. This class is suitable to both pre and postnatal Mamas, but it will be of most relevance to the postnatal women.
In this talk, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) Heidi Nowalany and paediatric osteopath Lucy Rayner, discuss the impact of infant feeding and breathing patterns that can impact our wellbeing and create health issues that can persist long into adulthood.
11:00-11:45: The circular economy: Making kids fashion more sustainable
Speakers from Pure Bundle, Nurture Collective and The Little Loop clothing company will discuss how you can effectively contribute to the circular economy and make more sustainable choices for yourself and your kids.
12:00-13:00: LUNCH BREAK
13:00-13:45: Let's Talk: Abdominals with Georgie Adams, Women's Health Physio, Six Physio
The aim of this talk is to help women feel safe on what exercises they can and can't do after having a baby. Plus what to look out for when they are training to avoid abdominal diastasis worsening or if you have one to help with its recovery. Also if you've been told you already have one what to do if you are pregnant again.
14:00-14:45: Motherhood & Entrepreneurship: Pursuing Your Passion
Women entrepreneurs play a significant role in contributing to the growth of the global and local economy - many of these women are mothers themselves. We talk about integrating motherhood and entrepreneurship; about balancing work and life and navigating challenges specific to mothers who are entrepreneurs - such as resource constraints, stereotypes, and limited networking opportunities. Speakers include: Sophie Baron, founder of Mama Made and Sal Giblin, co-founder of Pure Bundle
15:00-15:30: Stand Up with Life Coach Gabriella Miller
We end the day with a stand up comedy sketch by life coach, Gabriella Miller.
We are Pachamama. A new, mother-focused concept that aims to bring pre and postnatal health together with childcare and community, under one roof.
Pachamama offers specialised postnatal health and fitness classes with on-site childcare. We work with postnatal expert practitioners to deliver inspirational, educational and practical advice to our community.
We believe that a mother’s wellbeing is just as important as her child’s.