- Flock Yeah! Calgary
July 29, 2017 - July 30, 2017
12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
WARNING! FLOCK YEAH! mini birth conferences are FUN, INFORMAL and IRREVERENT. Most folks expect birth workshops to be about increasing skills to “do” more stuff. This is about learning to REALLY understand the needs of the birthing family and BE an effective companion.
Flock Yeah! will be a gathering unlike any other birthy event you have attended. There may be “mild” swearing and loads of laughing. There WILL be transformation. If you are okay with all of this then sign up right away! We expect the event to sell out! Topics will include the essential role of Intuition (for the mother and her attendants), how engaging Dads can be the missing link to a mind-blowing birth experience.
Learn ways to release self limiting beliefs and learn how what you really ARE is more important than what you DO. If you are down and OPEN to have your world rocked and your mind blown, COME TO THIS WORKSHOP. If you are down to have your hair blown back and your ideals rocked then by all means please come read on. This event will be BYOC (Bring your own Chocolate, we will be having a chocolate bar exchange).
PLEASE watch the video to get a feel for our events!
I am excited, thrilled and so happy to announce this FLOCK YEAH! Mini Birth Conference.
So far we have held trainings in Nashville Tennessee, Dallas Texas, San Francisco California, Toronto Canada, San Antonio Texas, San Diego California, Austin Texas, Portland Oregon, Los Angeles California, Albuquerque New Mexico, Norwalk Connecticut, Vancouver Canada and Queens New York.
Our speakers, thus far, have been internationally known, moving & inspirational. This event will be no different.
This two day event will be amazing!
Lesley Everest: Bio: Lesley Everest, mother of four, has been a doula for over two decades. She is the founder of MotherWit Doula Care Agencies, MotherWit Doula Training (Holistic Birth and Postpartum Doula Certifications), and Birth Essentials Prenatal Classes. Lesley’s mission is to connect families, doulas, and care providers to their motherwit, encouraging the modern birth/parenting culture to become one that honors the true meaning of “family-centred” care.
What you get from Lesley:
The Thriving Doula (2 hours)
-examine your level of well-being as a birth professional
-instead of expanding a scope of practice, develop a practice which expands your scope.
– move through limiting beliefs about birth, prosperity, and community
Lesley and I have had the pleasure of sharing about birth together in four cities in the US and Canada ”
Flock Yeah events are unlike other birth conferences in that we aren’t just hoping to educate, we are hoping to inspire introspection, change and growth. It’s not enough for us to share knowledge we want to share love, inspiration, community and good will. Love? Yes we said love. Can you imagine your world without it? We can’t and we want our workshops to be just chock full of it.
My favorite thing about Flock Yeah events is hanging out with old friends and making new ones. I love presenting, it’s not teaching it’s a presentation, what you take from what I share is up to you. If you don’t know me yet here’s a lil about me:
Gena Kirby is a doula childbirth educator,doula trainer. Gena has shared the wonders of the rebozo internationally to over 1,000 students. She is the founder of Flock Yeah
Advanced Doula Trainings International and host of Progressive Parenting Radio. Gena has served on the board of directors for Attachment Parenting International for 5 years and is a fierce advocate for families. She is dedicated to sharing ideas about birth that haven’t been shared culturally in America. Her podcast Progressive Parenting Radio just celebrated it’s 10th year. Gena strives to educate and uplift birth professionals, and present them with exciting new ideas to help them better serve their clients.
What you get from Gena
The Mindful Doula.
We will delve in to mindfulness and how it can help you become a more intuitive source. Mindfulness taps into the most precious resource in any organization, business or practice: attention. And if you can learn to harness and improve the quality of your own attention, you and your clients will benefit.
Dads and Doulas.
Bringing the birth partner into the experience. We will explore the mind of a dad, what his needs are and how best to include him in the pregnancy and labor. How to involve him right from the start; the first prenatal. You will learn how to use the rebozo to accomplish much of this.
Gena’s portion of the day is worth 4 CEUs
We have a surprise special guest speaker we will be announcing once we have 24 registrations, so sign up today!