Areas of Interest
Comfort and Mobility
Bonding between mother and child
Create a space for mothers to be able to take time to work on themselves, regenerating their mental and physical health.

The Sitting Month
Sitting month - or zuo yuezi in Chinese, is a form of postpartum confinement, that is practiced in both Vietnamese and Chinese culture. This confinement was designed to assist the mother's recovery after giving birth.
In the past, the sitting month was intended to make up for the lack of proper healthcare available for postpartum. Recently this tradition is seen as an extra precaution for mothers to take. It has become a rite of passage into motherhood.
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