When: Sunday, May 27, 2018 at 09:30 AM
3030 Dundas West
Toronto, ON, Canada
Have you been conditioned to focus on what pregnancy and birth have done to your body, as opposed to celebrate what it has created? Do we let body dissatisfaction overshadow the beauty of motherhood? Comparisons to where we think we should be postpartum, combined with images of “bounce back” celebrity or social and mass media culture adds to the frustration.
Brunch & bond with expecting, new or existing moms!
We’re here to let you know changing your thinking and celebrating what your body has created and achieved IS possible. Join us as we support, laugh, cry and learn together for a fun day packed with memorable information and experiences. Maternal Goddess is proud to be a leader in educating, supporting and promoting awareness for women and their loved ones postpartum. This year we are excited to partner with Women’s March Canada and initiate our vision of advocating for equal access healthcare for women nationwide.
If you are an expecting, new or existing mom who struggles with having a healthy relationship with your body, then this is the event for you! Brunch & bond with us over our shared experience with tailored guidance from our team of experts. Together, we will dispel myths and change the narrative of your relationship with your body’s recovery postpartum.
When: Tuesday, June 05, 2018 at 08:00 PM
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice! This week’s topic: Women's Safety!
Every woman has the need and right to feel physically secure, and security for women should be assured through sound legal practices. Women’s March Canada stands behind the principle that women are not to be held accountable for actions that are outside their control — particularly regarding all forms of assault — and that fair legal action must be applied to prevent these crimes.
Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).
What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work?
A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.
Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.
House Rules during the Twitter chat:
Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
Engage, enjoy and play nice!