Pasta and red wine.
A hot bath and epsom salt.
Netflix and chill.
.....Let's face it, some things just belong together.
We've curated another perfect combo: learning how to felt a fabulous vulva while talking about your core and pelvic floor!
Please join us for a few hours and understand more about how to care for your body, learn a new craft, and connect with other magnificent women.
In this workshop, we'll dive into how to feel connected to your deep, supportive and postural muscles, while learning a new craft. You'll leave with a deeper understanding of your postpartum body (including how to do a proper kegel) as well as the basic tools you need to continue felting your own projects.
What is Needle Felting?
If you've ever shrunk a wool sweater in the wash, you've already (accidentally) felted. Felting is actually the oldest human textile and is linked with women’s entrepreneurship. It's simple, and wonderfully repetitive in that perfect mindless, meditative way. Plus it's super low maintenance, so you can pick it up and put it down as you please.
Kendra Keller, Artist
Kendra is an artist increasingly entangled with felt as her primary medium. Her interest in the relationship between body, psychology, and art has led her deeper into the world of felt, a material of great use and sociological significance. In the context of feltmaking, "felt" is both a noun and a verb (not to mention the past tense and past participle of feel). This linguistic coincidence gets at the nature of the artist's work. Kendra lives with her husband in Brooklyn, where she recently gave birth to their son.
Lindsey Vestal, Pelvic Floor Therapist
Lindsey owns The Functional Pelvis, a private practice specializing in pelvic floor therapy “house calls” for pre- and postnatal women. Empowering women is her jam. Lindsey lives in Manhattan with her husband and two children Avery, 4 and Liam, 2.
Note: This event is for Moms only. We hope to have future workshops that can accomodate the babes! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be informed about these events.