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Oregon Women's Health Network 2017
Childbirth and early parenting classes
OHSU offers a wide range of classes to support you through pregnancy, childbirth and newborn care. Get your family off to a healthy start with childbirth classes at OHSU.
Breath by Breath
The Center for Women's Health and the Department of General Internal Medicine are excited to offer Breath by Breath, a mindfulness-based stress reduction drop-in class.
Participants are led by a trained instructor in learning to control stress naturally and begin a self-guided meditation practice.
All sessions are held in conference room 13000A, on the 13th floor of Kohler Pavilion. There is no cost to attend.
Every second and fourth Monday from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Every first and third Friday from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Nutrition for Life
Eating well is not meant to be intimidating or challenging. In this FREE nutrition class, you will learn lifestyle changes you
can make to improve your health and wellness. Each class will feature a new
recipe and cooking techniques that you can bring home and share with your
family. Expert guidance will help to grow healthy eating behaviors and the skills you need to feel
comfortable in the kitchen.
Bring your questions, an open mind, an apron (if you would like), and a willingness to learn!
To register, or for more information, please contact Amanda Bryant at 503-418-9731 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Making Sense of Menopause Conference
For many women, menopause comes with physical and emotional change--and lots of questions. The goal of the Making Sense of Menopause conference was to help women understand what happens to their bodies during menopause and to provide the knowledge and resources to help each woman go through the transition in the best way for her as an individual. Learn more.