Relationship and Post-partum Health Workshop 

Relationship and Post-partum Health Workshop 
Saturday, October 21st 4:30-6:30 pm
Hosted by Nathalie, ACC & ECPC – Owner and Coach at MamaCoach

Location: Dr. Ellen Simone ND & Associates, 1390 Prince of Wales Drive, Suite 205, Ottawa, K2C 3N6

How has your relationship changed after baby arrived?  Are you wishing that things could be different – more intimate, more fun, more relaxed…?

Join MamaCoach for a two-hour workshop on relationships, where we will discuss common issues that couples experience after having a child.  You will also create your very own strategies to begin to immediately improve your relationship.

Come alone – or with your partner – and gain lots of information and insight from both within and from the group.  And as always – babies are most welcome!

Cost: $20 per person or $30 per couple

Space is limited so please contact to reserve your spot!

Meet Nathalie Laurin at MamaCoach!


About drellensimonend
Dr. Simone strongly believes that the mind and body are connected to your overall health and wellness. As a primary health care provider, her practice provides ongoing support throughout your healing journey. Her role as your Naturopathic Doctor is to assist you in discovering your needs, support you in personal growth and help you reach your health and wellness goals. With the belief that happiness and balance is possible for everyone, Dr. Simone strives to help her patients live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives. Dr. Simone focuses on family wellness and has special interests in women and children’s health. She has experience with reproductive health, working with women through different phases in their lives; to regulate the menstrual cycle, ease PMS symptoms, optimize fertility, provide support during and after pregnancy, maintain breast health and welcome menopause. Children have also been a primary focus in Dr. Simone’s life in both her professional role as a naturopath and in her volunteer work. She believes that setting healthy habits at a young age can be critical for long-term health and wellness.

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