Skip to Content

Events & News

In one week, Baby Botanica will open its doors to the community at our Grand Opening event! Guests will include families from New York and Connecticut, former and future birth clients, childbirth education students, care and wellness professionals, dear friends and families, and strangers I cannot wait to know who will arrive with friends, parents, […]

More

Virtual Offering: April 2, or April 8, or April 10 – 4-5pm

Learn everything there is to know about all your potential options surrounding birth and Covid-19

More

Some time near the end of February, Nicole Guzman of GooseWorks, our truly extraordinary web designer based in Newburgh NY,  and I marveled at how under control everything was as we prepared for the next quarter. We’ve got this, we (so innocently) thought. Baby Botanica’s business model functions in quarterly co-op cycles so that our […]

More

Enjoy your second or third cup of coffee with the community of Baby Botanica, from your home! This group will share stories, hopes, expectations, concerns, and wisdom from expecting and new parents navigating birthing during Covid-19. Virtual Offering: Thursdays 10:30-11:30am Please visit our schedule to register – you will get a confirmation email with Zoom link

More

Virtual Offering: April 7 12-1pm

What is good posture and how does it affect our health? Most of us are now working from home and, mostly, in homes that don’t have a desk or office chair.

More

Virtual offering: April 7, 2020 7:30-8:30pm

Join us for a complete talk on all things Lyme

More

Virtual Offering: April 9, 7-8pm

Learn what every expecting person should be doing during pregnancy to get their pelvic floor ready to birth.

More

Virtual Offering: April 15, or May 13 – 1-2:30pm

There has been a movement helping people to break away from the “small talk” we all know well.

More

This on-line group is intended to support any person on the journey to conception. In this group, you will participate in a discussion with people who share the experience of cycle tracking, IUI and IVF cycles, and all of the emotions that go along with these processes. This group is facilitated by a certified Fertility […]

More

People, this week has been tough. The reality of the long haul is settling in, the weather the first half of the week was crap, and my kids haven’t started online classes at their school yet. I’m bewildered by the people (both in-office and on the streets) who consider our most vulnerable citizens expendable, and […]

More

I just found this photo on my phone because we share a cloud and that makes mysterious pics appear for me on my smartphone. Technology makes zero sense to me – perhaps I’ve mentioned that in previous blogs? Anyways, I found this photo of my three kiddos and our best bud from NYC, Matt, and […]

More

This week, in light of an international pandemic, I decided to interview one of the most astute health practitioners I know: Rebekah Azzarelli. Rebekah is a homeopath, based in Beacon, NY, who provides services at Baby Botanica as well. Her depth of wisdom about family health will astound you, and I encourage you to book an […]

More

If a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, a doula by any other name would be as fabulous. The word itself is derived from the Ancient Greek term “doule,” which means a “servant-woman.” I don’t know about all that, but I’m also not totally bummed out by it either. I do serve, […]

More

Who here can answer the following question: What do Gisele Bundchen, Erykah Badu, Kate Middleton, Idina Menzel, and Pamela Anderson have in common? Fame and prestige, talent and radiance, yup, all those things. But did you know that in addition to these attributes, midwives attended each of their births? In different settings and for different […]

More
EMAIL SIGNUP

Baby, Oh Baby!
Get the latest in your
email box

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Back to top