Given the current and evolving situation, we at Balancing from Birth to Baby have developed COVID policies to protect our clients, students, and loved ones.
Please read our updated policy. The evolving situation is changing regularly and as more information becomes available we will share as necessary.
Before COVID-19 turned the world upside down, we were looking forward to moving into the wonderful Mosuo Wellness Clinic in Downtown Kitchener. However, for the time being, we are holding off on moving into any space and returning to in-person classes. We feel that, though this is a difficult decision, it is the safest option. Our priority is not only the education of our students but their safety. Given the vulnerability of an expecting couple, we strongly feel even with hygiene measures and social distancing, it is too risky to continue with in-person classes at this time.
We are continuing to deliver our quality childbirth education classes and workshops as virtual, interactive group sessions. We hope in the new year to re-evaluate offering in-person classes based on the COVID situation at that time and recommendations from Public Health.
We are adhering to our standing policy in regards to refunds. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions
We are continuing to offer our private sessions virtually over Zoom.
PLEASE NOTE: Cine Babies program is not running at this time. Please check the Princess Cinema website to learn when the program will be starting again.
We recognize that hospitals are updating their visitor policies daily. At this time our local hospitals are only allowing one person to accompany a labouring person.
Our current clients who are due in the coming weeks have been and will continue to be updated as we know more.
How to protect yourself
- Wash your hands often with warm water and soap or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- Avoid contact with people who are sick
- Stay home when you are sick
- Sneeze and cough into your sleeve
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
If you need more information:
Talk you your healthcare provider or visit a reputable, evidence-based source of information such as: