Postnatal Talks

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Nutrition for Breastfeeding
Nutrition for Postnatal Healing
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Women's Postnatal Health

Diastasis Recti
Pelvic Floor Anatomy and Recovery
Good Bowel and Bladder Habits Postnatally
Return to Exercise and Posture

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Clinical Psychologist
Postnatal Depression
Postnatal Anxiety
Relationship Changes

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Postnatal Talks

Postnatal Talks

$17.50 - $20.00
Certified Professionals
Drop-in Flexibility
Meet New Mums

Expert-led Postnatal Talks with Drop-in Flexibility

From our years of experience of teaching prenatal classes, we realised that pregnant couples can feel overloaded with information in their pregnancy, and a lot of it isn’t important until after their baby is born (the postnatal period). The ‘Postnatal Talks’ series is designed so that you receive information that you are interested in, at a time that is relevant to you. We have teamed up with some experts to bring you interesting talks and information to help you with life with a baby.


Each week, an experienced health professional will chat to you about different topics or introduce to you to new skills.

We know that mums can have bad nights and tough days, or may not want to learn about something until a few months after their baby is born, when it is more relevant, so we have made it flexible and you can ‘drop in’ to any of the classes when it suits you. Just have a look at who is talking in what week and book in!


In true Beloved Bumps style, there is also an emphasis on the social side – we will ensure that you get to know the other mums in your group to help build your all important support network of friends. Beloved Bumps is known for creating great support networks and that doesn’t just stop at the prenatal class! Our classes are held at the beautiful Maggie and Rose in Dempsey, and after the talk you are welcome to stay for more coffee with your new friends, and even try their delicious food for lunch.


For more information on the speakers scroll down

Upcoming Classes

  • Sleep & Schedules Talk – August 29th
  • Introduction to Baby Massage – September 5th
  • IBCLC Lactation Consultant and Osteopath Tips – September 12th
  • Diastasis Recti, Pelvic Floor and Recovery from Birth – September 19th
  • Postnatal Mental Health – Relationships, Birth, and Baby – October 3rd

    29th August 2019 – Sleep and Schedules Talk | Shubhra Venneti Shastry

    Motherhood is amazingly fulfilling, and it is also one of the toughest soul-shaking journeys a woman can embark on. Laboring to be a first-time mother with overwhelming feelings of helplessness and confusion, compounded by massive sleep deprivation, Shubhra made it her mission to learn everything she could to make her first year of parenting that much easier.

    Being armed with the right knowledge changed everything, and she decided she never wanted others to feel as lost as she did.

    A culmination of her expertise as a sleep consultant, as well as a Kangatraining and Baby Signs instructor, her pride and joy is the Giggle Wiggle Sleep club – a unique year-long parenting support programme that helps new mums from day one tackle their babies’ sleep and regain wellness through fitness.

    Shubhra is a certified child Sleep Sense Consultant and adult Solve Your Sleep Consultant, trained under Dana Obleman’s methodology in the US; a certified Kangatraining instructor; and an independent Baby Sign instructor

    5th September 2019 – Introduction to Baby Massage | Annika Russell

    Annika Russell was originally a Registered Nurse in the UK, before relocating to Singapore – here she continued to work before training as a Postnatal Doula. She holds a diploma in Baby Massage and has a great interest in postnatal care.

    Baby massage has numerous benefits – it can help your baby to sleep better, and it increases the bond between you both. Massaging a baby can help to calm them, as well as aiding with issues such as constipation and colic. Baby massage helps to stimulate the Central Nervous System, and in turn this helps the body to release serotonin to calm them down.

    Annika will be going through an introduction to baby massage techniques that you can use with your baby on a daily basis to enable them to be calm and increase the bond between you and your baby.

    12th September 2019 – IBCLC Lactation Consultant and Osteopath talk | Kirsten Hannan

    Kirsten Hannan is an Australian trained and registered Osteopath who has been with Osteopathic Health Care since 2008. Although Kirsten sees patients of all ages, she has a particular interest in paediatrics, pregnancy and postpartum care. Kirsten also has many years experience in treating babies for a variety of issues including latching and feeding difficulties, birth trauma, neck tension, flat head syndrome and digestive issues.
    In July 2017, Kirsten qualified as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and is registered with the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). She enjoys integrating the very best of bodywork and evidence-based lactation care and support to help mums and their babies.
    As a mother of three small children, Kirsten knows first hand the aches and pains of carrying children and challenges of feeding a baby around the clock!

    19th September 2019 – Women’s Health Physiotherapist talk on Pelvic floor, Diastasis Recti and Recovery Post Birth | Lucie Lamprey

    Women's Health Physio

    Lucie has been a physiotherapist for over 10 years; initially in London and since 2011 has been living and working in Singapore. In 2013 she completed her Masters of Manual Therapy (UWA) and has since been developing her special interest in Women’s Health and Pelvic floor dysfunction. She has done numerous post-graduate professional development courses that focus on treating pre-and post-natal women for incontinence, rectus diastasis (abdominal separation/DRAM), pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain disorders such as dyspareunia. Her passion is to work in partnership with women to maintain a healthy, active pregnancy and if desired to be able to return to activities and sport post-natally. She works with a wide range of women from those new to exercise, with pre-existing medical conditions, to recreational and competitive elite athletes.

    If you’ve purchased a pack, you can book into any of the classes using this. Try downloading the MindBody app to make this easier :):


    Can I bring my baby?

    Absolutely! We have mats for your baby to lie in and changing facilities.

    How do I let you know which class I am coming to?

    If you buy the 4 class pack, then you just need to sign up for the classes that you want to attend! This is super easy to do if you download the Mindbody app, but otherwise feel free to book through our website each time too, either works!

    How long do I have to use my purchases?

    Classes run every week so you have plenty of time to use your class drop-ins! The expiry is one year after purchase

    What is the cancellation policy for the classes?

    You have until 1.5 hours before the class to cancel. This just ensures that, if there is a waiting list, we can let others know to head down for the class.

    Upcoming Classes

  • Sleep & Schedules Talk – August 29th
  • Introduction to Baby Massage – September 5th
  • IBCLC Lactation Consultant and Osteopath Tips – September 12th
  • Diastasis Recti, Pelvic Floor and Recovery from Birth – September 19th
  • Postnatal Mental Health – Relationships, Birth, and Baby – October 3rd

  •  Venue: Maggie and Rose, 16A Dempsey Rd, Singapore 247695

    Class Time: 10:30 am - 12 pm

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