Just for mums: The Pod Collection is hosting two FREE virtual wellness events this month
It is a strange time for all of us – especially maybe so for pregnant and brand new mums.
Luckily, our favourite new maternity brand, The Pod Collection, has revealed they are running two virtual wellness events this month – for pregnant and new mums.
"After great feedback from our last event in April, we're running two more virtual wellness events with more fantastic expert speakers throughout June," explains Emma Arblaster, founder of The Pod Collection.
"Pregnancy and becoming a new mum is such an exciting time, but it’s also a time that can be hugely overwhelming, raising many questions and concerns. Add in a global pandemic and suddenly fertility, pregnancy, delivery and postpartum can seem all the more challenging."
Aware that now more than ever pregnant women and new mums need support, connection and easy access to trusted experts, Arblaster reveals she is delighted to have been able to digitalise The Pod Collection's wellness events, bringing interactive, informative content more easily to those who need it.
The Pod Collection is very excited to now announce two new and free-to-attend virtual wellness weeks in June on prenatal and postnatal care, offering daily access to industry experts and fellow mums chatting about their field and answering questions live.
Virtual Prenatal & Postnatal Wellness Weeks
WHERE: @thepodcollection Instagram
WHEN: Prenatal - 8th - 14th June 2020 | Postnatal - 15th - 21st June 2020
The Prenatal Week kicks off on 8th June with Laura Hackett, a fertility expert, and closes on 14th June with Aleanbh Cox, Midwife & Hypnobirth specialist.
The Postnatal Week begins on 15th June with Nicola O’Byrne, Lactation Consultant, and finishes on 21st June with parenting blogger, Jess O’ Neill, sharing her postpartum challenges.
All events are FREE and can be accessed through The Pod Collection’s social channels @thepodcollection.
“Our community events have been a huge part of what we do here at The Pod - they are all about spreading positivity, putting Mamas' minds at ease, and making it as easy as possible for women to access the information they need,” Arblaster explains.