Tuesday, November 19, 2013

A Bar Method Class Just for Moms

Mommy gets a workout and sleeping tips for the kids. Credit
Seeing as how I'm not a mom, I can only assume that three things happen when you become one. 1.) You sacrifice sleep especially when baby won't sleep through the night. 2.) Finding time to exercise isn't as easy as it was before your baby's arrival (same with getting that pre-baby body back). 3.) You're ever so slowly losing some of your sanity. Am I close?

It's Nos. 1 and 2 that The Bar Method wants to address at a special class for moms on Wednesday, November 20. Trust me, you'll want to get a babysitter for this--or tell Dad he's got kid duty for the evening.

The Lakeview location in Chicago is calling moms, especially those with infants and toddlers, to work out at the barre then stay for a seminar on toddler sleep led by Rebecca Kempton, MD, who specializes in pediatric sleep consulting. Class starts at 6:45 p.m. and last an hour, then the 45-minute seminar will follow, and you'll be back home to check in on the kiddos as they drift off to sleep. At the seminar, Kempton will address nap requirements and transitions, how to handle night wakings, how to curb bedtime antics, and how to deal with super early wake times. Or bring your own sleep questions and scenarios for some guidance. You get a workout for the evening--and hang out with like-minded mommies--and you'll hopefully get a better night's sleep in the future. Win win!

To save yourself a spot at class, call the Lakeview studio at 773-935-2150.

Photo grabbed from Kekka via flickr.

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