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The Connection Continuum

A web of support for every stage along your birth journey

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Pregnancy Dialogues

Peer support and connection for pregnant mothers is a biological imperative that supports a healthy bond between mother and the baby in the womb that will continue after birth with life-long benefits in mental and physical health.


Space is limited to 6 participants.

Mothers in the postpartum time require specific foods during this tender transition that are warm in temperature, warm in nature, easy to digest & nutrient-rich.  Whether you are planning for your own postpartum, looking for ways to support new Mothers in your circle, or looking for inspiration on ways to nourish yourself & family this FREE RECIPE BOOKLET is for you:

Nourish: Recipes for Newborn Mothers

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Our Mission

The Connection Continuum is dedicated to supporting Mothers and their families during each stage of their birthing journey from preconception, pregnancy, birth, postpartum and the early years of life. We are committed to offering services that support women and baby's physiological blueprint for life-long health. Our care is mother-centred, acknowledging the important role women play in the health of their families and communities.

We recognize that babies in the womb are conscious, sentient beings and that our earliest experiences during pregnancy, birth and attachment can have a lifelong impact.

M E E T   K R I S T Y N A


I am a Mother, a Wife, certified INNATE Postpartum Practitioner and Pregnancy Dialogue facilitator. I am also trained as a breastfeeding counsellor and birth doula and offer local La Leche League groups for new and expecting Moms.

My own postpartum depletion experience led me to discover and immerse myself in the ancient, cross-cultural postpartum traditions with Rachelle Garcia at INNATE Traditions, to heal my mind, body & soul so that I could share them with the women in my community. My quest to find out the root cause of what blocks humans from living a thriving life brought me deep into the study of pre- and perinatal psychology where I continue to deepen my understanding of this growing field of work as a student and member of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH).

My husband and I are grateful to be raising our sweet, feral son in Mi'kma'ki, the unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq people where we have co-created a life that is deeply rooted in connection to nature, ourselves, each other and the unseen world. We are passionate about living in alignment with Life and supporting other conscious parents.  

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Maria Hersey - Mother of 4, La Leche League Leader

I believe that Kristyna’s support and presence played a big part in having a positive postpartum mental health experience. I wish she had been a part of my life during my previous births! I would recommend Kristyna’s services to every postpartum mother, no matter their birth story. The support she provides is so valuable, needed and appreciated."

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