Women enjoy being with other women who are going through a similar experience, giving them an opportunity to support each other.

While breastfeeding is as timeless and natural as being human, modern lifestyles and practices have led us astray from our time-honored, biologically normative infant feeding practices. Getting back to nature is easy with a little help from science and a friendly, neighborhood lactation consultant!

Better Breastfeeding - Group Visit Series is our unique approach to class, clinical support, and peer to peer support. In these series based classes, we focus on infant feeding, newborn development, family centered care techniques, and more. Providing care in this way allows moms and providers to relax and get to know each other on a much deeper and meaningful level. Members of the group form lasting friendships and are connected in ways not possible in traditional care.


  Breastfeeding Connection Group (0 - 3 Months):

You can expect:

  • Series of 6 topic based classes lead by staff IBCLC or Lactation Counselor

  • Families with infants 0-3 months

  • Topics focused on: feeding the infant, understanding milk supply, preparing to pump, and following infant temperament and sleep habits.

  • Weekly check in on infant feeding plan and weight tracking of infant.


Parenting Connection Group (4+ Months):

You can expect:

  • Series of 6 topic based classes lead by staff IBCLC or Lactation Counselor and Child Development specialist

  • Families with infants 4+ months

  • Topics focused on: preparing to go back to work, supporting the caregiver, more infant temperament and sleep routine, how do infants communicate, understanding the milestones, and navigating transitions.

  • Weekly check in on infant feeding plan and weight tracking of infant.


Prenatal Connection Group

You can expect:

  • A prenatal breastfeeding group designed with science and the modern family in mind.

  • How to set up your family and your home for success with breastfeeding.

  • An evidenced based approach to help discern fact from fiction with a focus on common myths that can make breastfeeding harder.