1. Purchasing advice
What is really necessary and what is just “nice to have”? On this day, we will optimize your purchase lists and operate purchasing assistance. Dates are held preferably in the afternoon, in order to enable employed persons to participate.
Basics and most important information for successful breastfeeding will be dealt with at this meeting. What purchases make sense?Â Dates are held preferably in the afternoon, in order to enable employed persons to participate.
3. Prenatal classes (Group)
Over a weekend you can – in small groups of max. 4 couples – in 3 hours each (Saturday + Sunday) learn everything you need to know from theory to practice about childbirth.Â The costs are covered by your health insurance.
4. Prenatal classes (single couple)
An individual appointment for a couple, a single pregnant woman with her companion or for experienced women to refresh their knowledge.Â Appointments on enquiry. The costs may be covered by your health insurance.
5. Postnatal exercise classes
6-8 weeks after childbirth, gymnastics should be started. The class takes place in the evening from 6 pm to 7 pm – without the baby! I want this hour to belong only to the mothers, so that they can focus on the exercise and their bodies without distractions. The participation is limited to 6 women. The costs are covered by your health insurance.
6. Postnatal exercise classes for orphaned mothers (stillborn babies)
Classes according to agreement and demand, usually in the morning.Â The costs are covered by your health insurance.
7. Mother and child meeting
An opportunity to get in touch with other mothers, exchange experiences and have a midwife consultation or have the baby weighed.Dates in the morning.
Massages strengthen the parent-child bonding, soothe babies, relax or stimulate, but can also help mothers when depression is present. Fathers get the opportunity to include a gentle massage in a good-night ritual or after the bath. Dates have not yet been fixed.
9. Complementary food-classes (4 months-old-babies and older)
It is best to breastfeed for 6 months. Then the baby needs complementary food, because the mother’s milk holds not enough nutrients for a sole diet. Sometimes, however, this can be necessary even earlier for personal or professional reasons. How do you breast-feed, prepare baby food and feed? We will discuss this. You can bring your child along. Dates in the morning. The costs are covered by your health insurance.