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Ergo Infant Care 101 (In-Person)


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Ergo Infant Care 101 (In-Person at The Wild)



(Open to pregnant and postpartum individuals. Partners welcome. Babies up to 6-months welcome.)

Cost: $45

Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Dates: Workshops will be held monthly!

July 10

August 7

About the Class: 

TAKE CARE OF YOUR BODY so you can TAKE CARE OF BABY.  Learn how to prevent injuries in your journey through early motherhood.

During this interactive workshop you will: 

  • Learn common risk factors for aches and pains in new parents

  • Intro to common musculoskeletal injuries in new parents

  • Get tips on joint protection strategies and tips for proper body mechanics with real-time  instructor feedback on positioning during breastfeeding, bottle feeding, diaper changes, picking up/putting down the baby, floor play, etc.  

What to bring:

Comfortable clothes and a bottle of water.  No additional equipment necessary. If you have any injuries or concerns you would like to discuss ahead of time, please email me at

Drop-In and Cancellation Policy: 

Drop-Ins Welcome!  

Cancellation must be provided at least 24-hours ahead to receive a full refund.  If you need to cancel within 24-hours and would like to transfer your registration to a different date please email me.

About the Instructor: 

Stephanie Wu is a perinatal mental health certified occupational therapist specialized in ergonomic assessment and has 10 years experience in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation.

Stephanie is the founder of H.O.M.E. MAMA, a private practice dedicated to providing in-home maternal health support.  She offers in-home hand therapy services to individuals who have pain in their arms or hands during pregnancy or after giving birth; provides in-home ergonomic assessments and interventions to reduce risk of injuries from everyday childcare tasks; and provides holistic maternal health support to help moms adjust to this new phase of life. Stephanie is a mother of a boy (born May 2020) and a daughter (born May 2022).  She understands firsthand how demanding and overwhelming motherhood can be.  You aren’t in this alone.  Mothers Stronger Together.