Classes & Events

Woman’s offers a large variety of classes & programs for women and their families during all stages of life. Topics range from pregnancy and parenting to wellness and nutrition and many topics in between - all focused on a healthy, fulfilling life. See fitness member classes for schedule of classes included in fitness membership.

All upcoming dates are listed on the class page below class description. Most classes are held at Woman’s Hospital or Woman’s Center for Wellness. Refund Policy: A refund, less a $10 administrative fee, will be issued up to 7 working days before the class date. A refund will not be issued for cancellations received within 7 working days of the class.

Upcoming Classes & Events

  • Supplement Your Way to Good Health
    A class series discussing vitamins and supplements for a variety of conditions and needs. A new topic will be discussed each month through November.
  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
    Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) symptoms and identification; contributing factors to the increased incidence of NAS; impact of opioid use and prescribing practices on current opioid crisis; evidence-based strategies to treat, prevent and/or reduce NAS severity are the topics to be included in this CME program.
  • Surgical Treatment Options for Breast Cancer
    Breast surgical oncologist Mindy Bowie will present the many options available for breast cancer patients.
  • Preparing for Delivery
    In this two-part class, learn how to recognize when labor starts, when to come to the hospital and what to expect when you arrive.
  • Meal Planning Made Simple
    A class to simplify food preparation. Register now to learn how to use your slow cooker to prepare healthy meals! 
  • Body Basics for Girls
    Your preteen will learn how her body is growing, what changes to expect during puberty and how to take care of herself during this informal, open discussion.
  • Lamaze: A Labor of Love
    Learn how to apply Lamaze techniques for coping with the pain in labor and birth that were discussed in Part II of Preparing for Delivery.
  • Tyke Hyke
    Prepare your 3-year-old for your hospital stay by taking a brief tour of the hospital. Prepare your child for the new baby through practice with life-like baby dolls.
  • A Baby Is Coming
    As your 4 to 8-year-old prepares to be a big brother or sister, he or she will practice diapering, feeding, dressing and playing with baby dolls.
  • Grandparenting 101
    While babies haven't changed, what you need to know about them has changed over time. Brush up on your baby skills with Grandparenting 101!