MHUG organizes and / or participates in events on the theme of babywearing and motherhood. Here are some:

"THE EMBRACE THAT MAKES YOU GROW": THE FIRST ITALIAN INFORMAL CONVENTION ON BABYWEARING

Experts from the world of psychology, neonatology and childcare have spoken on the topics:

- BEARING, A HUG THAT CREATES SAFETY: the Dott. Alessandra Bortolotti, perinatal psychologist, has deepened, in the theme of carrying, the themes of her best-seller "E se poi prende il vizio?" (What if he takes the vice?)

- CARRYING AS A THERAPY, DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH OF BABIES AND PREGNANCY THROUGH THE HEAT OF THE HUG: the , neonatologist, Director of the soc. Dott. Antonio Marra, neonatologist, Director s.c. Neonatologist, Director s.c. Pediatrics-Neonatal Intensive Care at the Santa Croce Hospital in Moncalieri, Turin, illustrated the benefits of carrying for newborns and in particular for premature babies.

- CARRYING WITH THE VOICE, HUGS IN MUSIC: the Dott. Maria Teresa Nardi, musicologist, specialized in music-therapy practices from pregnancy onwards, addressed the playful theme of sound dialogue between mother and child.

TWO DAYS OF WORKSHOPS AND MEETINGS WITH AN "ECO" THEME:

An opportunity to get to know companies in the wellness sector for families and children, innovative and attentive to quality and ethical principles and respect for the environment.

A moment to experience first-hand ancient and new wellness techniques such as yoga in pregnancy, Pilates for mother and child, traditional Ayurvedic infant massage, Ayurvedic medicine revisited according to Western needs.An opportunity to "get your hands dirty" and carry out gardening workshops for children, create homemade games with recycled materials and learn how to self-produce creams and ointments for the well-being of the whole family. The calendar also included meetings on topics related to childcare and eco-wellbeing of women.

MHUG and ART:

Event presentation of the capsule collection "T for MHUG" by Japanese artist Tomoko Nagao (pop art artist, exhibitions in Tokyo, Yokoama, Budapest, London, Milan)

MHUG and the NON-PROFIT:

Initiative to support AIDOS fundraising

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