Mummies Who Lunch is more than just cucumber sandwiches and soy chai lattes. It’s about women connecting with other women, in what can be some of the hardest and best times of their lives – pregnancy, birth and raising their little people.
An avid ‘girl power’ kinda-gal, Sarah Jane Young set out to create a space where women can come together and be the best person they can be. Sarah Jane believes that a mummy’s true confidence starts with her support system and always knowing she is not alone in the journey that is parenthood. She has also always been a big believer in the power of the ‘sisterhood’, and this only deepened after the arrival of her daughter in May 2015. At times feeling confused, overwhelmed and isolated in those early days, Sarah Jane was inspired to bring together other like-minded mummies to share and grow in their experiences.
The philosophies behind Mummies Who Lunch are simple: no one baby, mother or dynamic is the same and therefore no one routine or method will necessarily work. Mummies Who Lunch is an empowering and judgement-free space, but also one where you can let your hair down. It’s an opportunity for women to share their experiences with their peers, but ultimately have the confidence to then trust in their own instincts and judgement. There is no such thing as a right or wrong way, and no question is a silly one. Mummies Who Lunch is also all about the mummy who wants to look and feel great.
Mummies Who Lunch will be running fortnightly social catch-ups, with workshops to follow in the months ahead. All workshops have been specifically designed to make each and every participant feel empowered in their choices as a mother. Workshop topics include: pre & post-natal health and fitness, nutrition, breastfeeding, sleep and settling, kiddie chiro, hair and make-up tutorials, post & pre-natal injury prevention, yoga, baby/kid safety, Pilates, post-natal depression, baby massage, overall wellness and much much more. All guest speakers are highly qualified and industry leaders in their fields.
“ONE WOMAN CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE, BUT TOGETHER WE CAN ROCK THE WORLD”