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The Lotus Project is an organization  dedicated to making pregnancy and postpartum a happy and healthy experience for women in Missoula, Montana. Check out our Area Calendar to see what classes, workshops, and events are going on in ALL of Missoula. Visit Missoula Birth & Postpartum Network for contact information on doulas, lactation specialists, midwives, photographers, and more!

Lotus Notes

Birth Essentials – Missoula

BirthEssentialsNov What do labor and birth look like? Whichever path your experience takes, you can be an active part of the process, and practice techniques that help you cope with the emotional and physical challenges of birth, and ease your … Continue reading

ICAN – June meeting

BIRTH STORY PROCESSING MINI-WORKSHOP MONDAY, JUNE 6TH, 6:30-8PM Our June meeting will feature a mini-workshop on birth story processing, with special guest Libby Catron-Gingerelli, LCPC, Birthing From Within mentor, and art therapist. Learn about ways that creative expression can be … Continue reading

Sunday Cafe at La Stella Blu

Sunday Cafe with La Stella Blu is a new informal, open, and FREE event for Missoula and surrounding communities. Come chat with professionals and parents, while enjoying discounts throughout the store unselect items and other surprises! Held the second Sunday … Continue reading

Relaxation Station Dates!

We are on the road again! Our traveling resources table is gearing up for a busy summer. And we need you! Make sure Missoula’s families know about the services you offer by having your business cards on display! Or even … Continue reading


BIRTHFIT is an empowered, educated state, specifically in regards to childbirth that is achieved through an evolved practice in fitness, nutrition, chiropractic, and mindset. BIRTHFITis a movement! What does this mean? BIRTHFIT is founded on four pillars – Nutrition, Fitness, Chiropractic … Continue reading

Natural Childbirth Seminar

Community Medical Center is hosting their second annual Natural Childbirth Seminar March 7 and March 16. It is an opportunity for birth and postpartum professionals to learn more about supporting women who want minimal interventions during their labor and birth … Continue reading