We welcome you to join us for a FREE Holistic Parenting Support Group at Pillar Holistic Living in Greenville! This group meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:00 pm for an enriching and supportive gathering led by Dr. Jessica Caruso, a dedicated pregnancy and pediatric chiropractor at Pillar Holistic Living, and Ashley Nickerson, an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant & RN from Nourish Integrative Lactation & Wellness.
This group is designed for parents who embrace a holistic and conscious-based lifestyle, providing a space where like-hearted individuals can come together to share their insights and experiences. Dr. Jessica Caruso brings her expertise in chiropractic care for pregnancy and pediatric wellness, while Ashley Nickerson offers valuable knowledge as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and registered nurse.
Whether you’re navigating pregnancy, childbirth, or parenting, our support group aims to foster a sense of community and understanding. This is a safe and nurturing environment where you can exchange ideas, ask questions, and gain valuable perspectives on holistic parenting. From natural approaches to healthcare to conscious parenting practices, our group covers a wide range of topics that align with the holistic living philosophy.
Come join us at Pillar Holistic Living on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to connect with other parents who share your passion for holistic parenting. Together, let’s build a community that supports and uplifts each other on the journey of mindful and conscious parenting. We look forward to meeting you and sharing this transformative experience with our like-minded community!
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In 1996, something happened that changed my life forever. And, in turn changed many other lives, too. At the time I was in college working toward my degree in Psychology & Criminology. The summer before my senior year of college I was hit head on by a drunk driver.