**PLEASE NOTE** all services also available ONLINE. Reach out if you’re not local or are unable to do an in-person consultation. All prices + HST.
Home visits ($150/per hour, 1.0 hr min)
Private in-clinic visits ($125/per hour, 1.0 hr min) **
Virtual Visits ($100/per hour, 1.0 hr min)
Most visits can be accommodated the same day or within 24 hours. My intake will be completed before the appointment and I will leave you with an electronic plan to refer to, as well as text/email support for the current issue. I try to schedule visits during feeding time, so let me know when baby ate last, if you are supplementing or not, and what methods you are using.
** clinic visits are held afternoon/evenings/Fridays at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, 2nd Floor. Location is 1255 Sheppard Ave. E, North York, ON, M2K 1E2.
Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes ($75 per hour, 1 hr min fee)
Most families prepare for the birth with weeks of classes, one of which is dedicated to newborn care and feeding. The labour and birth will generally last under 48 hours, but breastfeeding happens every few hours for (hopefully) 6 months or longer. Although breastfeeding is the physiologically normal way to feed human infants, it is both a skill and an art that takes time to get into the rhythm of. You and your baby are learning a new dance, listening and learning each others cues.
Classes will cover:
- Benefits of skin to skin contact
- Optimizing latching and positioning
- How do I know if baby is getting milk?
- Normal newborn behavior – feeding cues
- How to tell if breastfeeding is going well, and what to do if it’s not.
- Private or Group Classes Available. Class length: 3 hours.
*NEW* Solids Class ($85 per class, 3 hour LIVE class, myself and my colleague Maria Romeu, BSc (Nutrition and Dietetics), IBCLC.
If you are approaching your baby’s 6 month birthday then you’re sure to have thought about starting solids and what that means for your breastfeeding relationship. How do you start? How will your milk supply stay high? Is food before 1, just for fun? (Nope!) Let us guide you and dispel some myths. This interactive class, developed with a nutritionist, will help you feel confident entering the second half of your baby’s first year.
We will cover:
- How to maintain breastfeeding and milk supply while offering solids
- Guiding your baby to accept and enjoy solids
- The benefits of protein-based solids
- Managing breastmilk supply and flow
- Reading your baby’s feeding cues
- How to know if your baby is getting enough overall nutrition
- Nutrition tips for breastfeeding moms
- How to know if breastfeeding is going well and what to do if it’s not