At MumNet, our mission is to help women to face the challenges of motherhood by fostering their emotional, mental, and physical well-being in a mutually supportive, community-based group environment. That’s why, over the last year, our Board of Directors put an emphasis on revamping our program.
Our newly launched MumNet Wellness Program is the result of consultation and input from our regular member surveys, and some of our select health and wellbeing partners who offered their expertise on the program’s development. It will provide MumNet group leaders with helpful guidance when planning weekly discussions to ensure a variety of relevant topics are covered
The program focuses on the elements of wellness that are fundamental to motherhood, from the mother as an individual to the baby/child and their development. It’s an holistic approach to understanding what contributes to wellness in motherhood. Our goal is to give members a consistent and meaningful experience in a safe and respectful environment where they can talk about topics that are interesting and applicable to them. The program will be refined based on upcoming group leader feedback.
Below, you’ll find an overview of each of the Program’s pillars, which is what weekly content is based upon.
- Mental Health (Nourish): Allows you to focus on your mental health & wellbeing
- Physical Health (Nurture): Supports you in taking care of your body
- Fitness (Move): Reinforces the importance of exercise, strength and movement, and their health benefits
- Diet (Fuel): Tackles subjects like food, nutrition, and fuelling the body to keep you healthy
- Relationships & Socialization (Connect): Explores romantic, platonic, and familial connections
- Knowledge (Learn): Feeds the mind, and helps you to continue to learn and grow
- Creative Expression (Create): focuses on creative activities and hobbies to express oneself
- Personal Development (Grow): helps you in your personal and career development, and with planning and goal-setting
Interested in giving MumNet’s Wellness Program a try? Join your local MumNet group today.