Our group gives pregnant women and women trying to conceive a chance to meet other expecting and TTC mothers. Our meetings provide an opportunity for members to learn about and discuss various issues related to conception, pregnancy, delivery and newborn parenting in Japan. For information about joining the group, please click on the 'TPG membership' page!
We are specializing in fertility enhancement for men and women, fatigue, anxiety, GI tract issues, and hormonal imbalance caused mainly by autonomic ataxia and normal systems. Physical issues including bell palsy, frozen shoulders, headaches, hand/foot discomfort, and general back issues are also quite welcome for treatment.
Clinic Address; #103 Aoba Office, 9-9 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0085
It is located conveniently by 3mins walk from the nearest train station, Yotsuya by JR Chuo line, Tokyo Metro Namboku line, and Marunouchi line, and 6mins from Kojimachi by Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line. It is also a walking distance by 6 mins from JR Ichigaya station. If you are familiar with Sophia University and Nicolas Barre Convent, it would not be so hard to find us here at Maverick.
OMNIBUS YOGA has Prenatal Yoga class every Saturday and Sunday for future mom who is not available to practice during weekdays. (Language: English and Japanese).
The classes provide an opportunity to develop greater vitality and awareness of your body that is home for two, as well as to deepen your relationship with your baby. Gentle postures, breath work, vocal toning and meditation are learned.
Calm and build confidence & flexibility ease the birthing process, thus reducing pain and increasing the joy of giving birth.
No previous yoga experience necessary. Start any time after 15th week of your pregnancy, beneficial for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc pregnancies
Would you like to continue the legacy of the Tokyo Pregnancy Group by becoming a coordinator?
We are looking for two volunteers (preferably in their early stages of pregnancy, approximately 12-20wks) to run the group for a few months. No special skills required, but good sense of organization and regular access to the internet is necessary.
The general duties include attending the meetings every other week, maintaining the membership database, updating the website and managing the email account. If you are interested please reply by email and we can provide full details.
There is nothing complicated but just lot of fun to meet with lot of interesting future mums to be and speakers ;)))
If you have any questions, please dont hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Speaker: Sherilyn Siy, writer, environmental psychologist, and a teacher. http://becomingsherilyn.wordpress.com/
Topics: -environmental toxins and what to watch out for pregnancy
-washable diapers -baby carrier -pro and cons of breastfeeding Location: Exact location is emailed to members Time: 11:00-13:00 If you wish to attend, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A previous TPG member is working on a team doing research to develop an electronic version of the boshi techo (Mother Child Health Handbook given to pregnant mothers at the ward office). They would like to understand foreign women's perspectives and experiences with health care in Japan.
If you could take a moment to fill in the survey about your health care experiences here, they would be very grateful. This will help them to ensure that they are able to capture the needs of foreign women when they design the materials. If you have questions, please feel free to email me (LPitarys@gmail.com).