The Purple Fig is partnering with The Belle Method to host an intimate uncensored cocktail Q’n’A evening with a group of fabulous, talented mom advisors.
From 6:30 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, November 25, this event at Smock Café in Toronto will be the perfect evening for mothers to network, drink wine and hear what these explicitly open experts have to say about sex after kids and pelvic floor health. We’re talking about all the below-the-belt-nitty-gritties. The good, the bad, and all sorts of stuff that well, mama didn’t tell us.
We’d love to have our TPF readers come out, raise a glass, and catch an interactive and intimate talk from one of our four featured experts. What Mama Didn’t Tell Us is featuring Dr. Sinead Dufour, a pelvic health physiotherapist; Kimberly Moffit, a TV relationship expert and founder of KMA Therapy; Carol Anne Austin, a sex expert and therapist at KMA Therapy; and Nikki Bergen, the founder of fitness philosophy The Belle Method. Presentations kick off at 7 p.m., with a chance to sip cocktails and mingle before and after.
If you’ve been waiting for a ladies’ night out and you’re in the Toronto area, this is the perfect opportunity to unwind, relax and meet some open and honest, cool new mom friends. For those of you unable to attend in person, we will have online footage of the evening posted on The Purple Fig shortly after the event.
Get your early bird tickets for $25 per ticket (before October 31), $30 per ticket at the regular rate after Oct. 31, and $35 at the door.
This event is sponsored by Louis M. Martini. Each ticket comes with one complimentary glass of wine 🙂
We’re also thrilled to announce that Stratmark will be one of our main sponsors and you can receive a free sample of this amazing cream in your WMDTU swag bag! Hey mamas, NO MORE STRETCH MARKS!
Our favourite music streaming system Rdio will be giving away free 3 month memberships and you’ll be treated to some wonderful music through TPF’s Rdio playlists throughout the evening.
We hope to see you there!
Carol Anne Austin
Carol Anne, M.A., M.Ed., CCC is a Psychotherapist & Couples Counsellor with a specialization in sexual & reproductive health at KMA Therapy. She is a graduate of the M. Ed. Counselling Psychology program at OISE, where she was trained in individual & couples psychotherapy. Prior to this degree Carol Anne completed an M.A. degree in Psychology with a research focus in Human Sexuality. Most recently she completed an Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program at the University of Guelph, expanding her expertise in the practice of sex therapy. Carol Anne has provided individual & couples psychotherapy services to clients of diverse backgrounds presenting with various concerns. Additionally, Carol Anne has acted as a sexual health educator in her practice and within the community, promoting a sex-positive understanding of our sexual selves.
Kimberly Moffit is one of Canada’s most experienced media/television relationship experts and the proud founder of KMA Therapy. She currently appears on Canada’s most watched programs including Canada AM, CBC’s The National, E!News, E!Talk Canada, and Breakfast Television. She is in her sixth and final year of her doctoral degree in Counselling Psychology, which studies the emotional psychology of entrepreneurs.
As a Toronto-based relationship therapist and expert, Kimberly offers a fun yet informed psychological perspective on relationships, and provides practical advice for families, parenting, and psychological topics. Kimberly is a regular speaker for Queen’s University’s MBA and Women in Leadership Programs and a frequent lecturer at the University of Waterloo.
Sinéad has worked as a physiotherapist for over 10 years with an emphasis on treating issues in the back and pelvis. More recently Sinéad added to this expertise by completing additional training in obstetrics and urogynecology that now allow her to practice with advanced standing through the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario as a rostered Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. She is also a prof at McMaster University a proud mother of twins and an advocate for women’s health nationally and internationally.
A full time entrepreneur for the past seven years, Nikki’s passion for women’s health has guided all of her endeavours. She’s the creator of The Belle Method, a Fitness Philosophy for Women with three exercise divisions: The Belle Method for elite training, The Bump Method for Pre & Postnatal exercise and The Pink Method exercise rehab program for women recovering from breast cancer surgery. A former professional ballroom dancer, today Nikki is a Master Pilates instructor, Pre & Post Natal Expert, Labour Doula, Breast Cancer Rehab Specialist, Food Allergy Coach and Body Transformation Guru, Instructor Trainer and Speaker. She’s currently shooting her first Mummy Tummy exercise video series for pregnant and post-partum women, launching in September 2014.