The Lotus Project is a non-profit dedicated to making pregnancy and postpartum a happy and healthy experience for women in Missoula, Montana. Check out our Community Calendar to see what classes, workshops, and events are going on in ALL of Missoula. Visit Lotus Events to learn about the community events, classes, and workshops that are going on in our Community Room.
The Lotus Project is open during classes, and events. E-mail us at email@example.com with your inquiries.
A Thriving Birth: Preparing for a Healthy Labor, Birth, and Postpartum RecoveryHosted at: The Birth Center and Women’s Health Clinic- Missoula, MTThriving Pregnancy Seminars presents a six week series to supportfirst time parents-to-be, as well as women and partners who … Continue reading
with Michelle Voigt In this 5-week class, you will learn techniques to gently birth your baby by tuning in to your natural birthing instincts through relaxation, guided imagery, visualization and breathing. HypnoBirthing® is a complete birth education program that teaches … Continue reading
Do you love The Lotus Project? Here’s your chance to help us! We are looking for a few good folks to help us with our facebook posts! Admins would chose one day a week to post. Each day should have … Continue reading
This FREE family friendly event will be held Saturday, September 13th from 10:00am-2:00pm at Caras Park in Missoula Montana. This event is for new and expectant parents from the Missoula area and beyond. Explore amazing opportunities for you, your pregnancy and your family! Experienced … Continue reading
Our mission is to improve women’s health and happiness during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period, and through that process, create healthy and happy families. Does The Lotus Project’s mission strike a chord with you? Are you passionate about helping … Continue reading
October 24-26 (Friday-Sun) Postpartum doula training focuses on preparing the doula to support the family after birth and to help them have the best possible outcomes. She learns about the physical and psychological needs of the postpartum period and development … Continue reading