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I will never stop talking about mental health

Mental-health issues come in all shapes and sizes. This May I want to talk to a specific group of people: MOMS, aka momma, mum, mommy, ma, mmm or, my new personal favourite, Brahhh! 

Being a mom-brah means everything to me. As of this May, I’ve been a mom for 10 years, with all its accompanying ups and downs. I’ve also have had the pleasure of treating many, many moms. And, to be clear, I use “mom” broadly. What makes a mom is not having birthed a child, it’s the whole spectrum of dreaming, wanting, carrying and supporting a young soul on a journey to self discovery. 

I have had moments when my best friends had to haul me out of the trenches or when my mental load was just too heavy to carry and I had to ask for help. I’ve yelled, kicked, screamed, cried, laughed and loved my way through these last 10 years. I’m now happy to report that thanks to my practice, to receiving acupuncture, to my team of experts here at The Village, and to my family, I’ve pulled through some tough times. 

I want you moms to know that The Village is where you can find solace and put down your mental load. And, YES, I’ll ask you about your cycle because, YES, this plays a huge role in our mental-health landscape. We will balance hormones, get you some good sleeps, and build you the resilience you need to raise a generation of woke humans. 

This may not be how you pictured yourself as a mom, but trust me when I say you’re right where you need to be.

So here’s to you, mom-brahh, I’ve got you.

Click here to find out why mental health is near and dear to all of us at The Village.


Sara Ward

Sara Ward

Step into my world, where the momentum of our combined energies makes healing contagious.



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