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Date: 10 September (Saturday)

Time: 12.30pm - 6.30pm

Venue: NTUC Centre, 1 Marina Boulevard, Level 8, Room 801, Singapore 018989

Learn to Breastfeed with Guaranteed Success!

A special initiative by Mumsfairy.

Limited dates available. Only 50 mothers per session. So book your space fast!

Why Join?

Unlike other workshops, this is the ONLY workshop that provides each participant with a FULL practice kit to ensure proper hands-on practice during the session (breast bra, baby doll, breastfeeding pillow, breast pump and hands-free kit, practice syringe).

In addition, this is the ONLY breastfeeding focused workshop in Singapore that last 6 hours. This is to make sure that mummies learn all they need to learn to prepare them for their breastfeeding journey.

Most importantly, mummies get 6 months of breastfeeding support after delivery. This would mean that mummies could turn to the trainers for advise and support anytime if they face problems in their breastfeeding effort. This is very important. Many mummies give up breastfeeding because they feel so alone and unsupported.

Need more convincing? Read Mummy Blogger, Justine's insightful review of her experience HERE


Key Topics Includes:

- How to prepare to breastfeed from Day 1 in hospital

- Birth practices and their effect on breastfeeding

- Positioning and latching

- Establishing a good milk supply

- Overcoming breastfeeding challenges such as engorgement, cracked nipples and etc

- How to know if your baby is getting enough

And many more!!

Is it Worth Paying $255 for This Workshop?

YES! 99% of mothers FAIL to successfully breastfeed their baby for more than 6 months. Don’t be part of the statistic. We are so confident of the workshop that it is MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.

Plus get 10% OFF when you register as a group of 3!

What’s more, participants will receive a $250 lactation kit AND a 6-month mentoring and support by IBCLC trainers.

$250 lactation kit includes:

- CuddleMe Neo Carrier worth $159

- Nurturing Remedies Organic Moringa Tea worth $21

- Simplicity Hands free pumping bra kit worth $29.90

- Ways Baby 100% Organic Bamboo Washcloth 1pc worth $4.15

- B&G Life Casting Voucher


Real Mummies Success Stories

"I was pregnant with my first baby in 2013 and even though I'm a first-time mommy, I've already heard a lot about the huge benefits that breastfeeding can bring to both mommy and baby. My friend recommended me to attend Mumsfairy breastfeeding workshop as she has attended it herself and found it very beneficial. So I signed up for the class to learn more about breastfeeding.

I had actually attended a hospital's parentcraft class but felt that I wanted to gain more in-depth knowledge on breastfeeding. It turned out to be a good move, as my breastfeeding journey is still going strong at almost 18 months now! This would not have been possible if I didn't possess the theories and skills before I embark on my breastfeeding journey! And not forgetting to mention, the constant encouragement and support from Mumsfairy as well as from husband, I was able to breastfeed beyond my initial goal of 1 year. 

I found the techinques taught during the course very useful and essential for every breastfeeding mom. And not forgetting all the theories shared that proved helpful especially during the early days of being a new breastfeeding mom. I learn the proper ways of storing and handling breast milk and how to tell if baby is latching correctly.

To new mommies and mommies who are looking to breastfeed their babies, successful breastfeeding = knowledge + support * determination! Thank you Mumsfairy for making mine a successful one!" - Shevonne Seah

“My colleague who attended Mumsfairy workshop highly recommended me to attend. She said it helped her a lot. The parentcraft class i attended did not make me feel confident enough of breastfeeding. I appreciated the skills taught by Juliet and Valerie. The nurses who took care of me after i gave birth commented how knowledgeable and confident i was in feeding my newborn.

Attending Mumsfairy workshop has been a great help. I'm so glad i attained breastfeeding knowledge the RIGHT way because this is something that will follow me for many babies to come (haha). The class's so beneficial that my girlfriend, who was expecting when she visited me at the hospital, was inspired by how confident i was when nursing my newborn. i strongly encouraged her to sign up for Mumsfairy workshop too.

My baby is 5 months old now. My initial plan was to breastfeed him for 6 months but recently, I've been starting to feel that i'm going to miss him latching on me so i might drag it out.

My words of encouragement to fellow new expectant mums: (Not related to breastfeeding, is it ok?) Be it morning sickness, fatigue, lugging that heavy belly about or the scary and painful labour process, just tell yourself, 'It's only temporary!'

My husband and I chanted this throughout my labour and it really helped!" - Betty Chen

"I joined Mumsfairy workshop to have a better knowledge on how to breastfeed. I felt it's important to learn the skills from a professional LC in order to have a good start in my breastfeeding journey. I did attend my hospital Parentcraft class but found its breastfeeding component not as informative. I gained a lot from Mumsfairy workshop, love the useful skills and a booklet for us to bring home for future reference!

Just as I hoped, the decision to attend this workshop indeed enabled me to have a proper head start in my breastfeeding journey. It has also helped to make me stand strong and firm in my decision to let my boy be total breastfed despite surrounding people asking me to wean off and introduce FM after he turned 1. Godric is now 2 years old. I have been breastfeeding since he's born until now and still continuing until he self weans.

I am very grateful to Juliet and Valerie for creating such a class. I often rave about how much their workshop has been super beneficial to my breastfeeding journey. My friends who went for the workshop have very good feedback and review too! My Mumsfairy trainer and the best lactation consultant I know so far, is super willing to offer help and still keep in touch. She's with me throughout my entire breastfeeding journey. Our continued friendship allows me to learn even more. Sometimes I feel inspired to become a lactation consultant too, LOL!

My words of encouragement to fellow new mums: Once you've set your mind to breastfeed, don't falter, be affected by other's words or even have any doubts in your ability to do so.” - Kathryn Teo

I attended the Breastfeeding workshop by Mumsfairy in 2013 when I was pregnant with my first child. My husband and I read about the benefits of breastfeeding so I knew that I wanted to try to breastfeed my baby. We chose to attend the breastfeeding workshop because we wanted to equip ourselves with knowledge about breastfeeding before the birth of our baby.

What came as a surprise was besides being very informational, I actually had a lot of fun attending the workshop, something that neither husband nor I had expected. One thing that I really liked about the workshop was the information shared during the workshop were factual and backed with actual statistics, this helped convince me even further about the benefits of breastfeeding and how to manage and continue breastfeeding my child after I go back to work.

Even then my breastfeeding journey started off on a rocky start because LO#1 was jaundiced and didn’t feed well. The wealth of information gained from the workshop as well as the support of LCs from Mumsfairy helped in giving me the confidence and strength to persevere on during those first few weeks of breastfeeding my daughters. My LO#1 is 2 years old now and I am very proud that she was fully breastfed until she was 14 months old, LO#2 is 3 months old now and is fully breastfed as well. This would not have been the case had I not attended the workshop and had the support of my LC (and of course the support from my husband and family)

My words of encouragement to new mums: Breastmilk is the best start you can give to your child and they are only going to be young once, equip yourself with enough knowledge and persevere on." - Melissa Kuan


Left to right: Nicole Ng, Juliet Chan (IBCLC trainer), Tabitha Lee & Ivy Chan

"For my first pregnancy, I only attended the hospital parentcraft class. This time round, I decided to sign up for Mumsfairy workshop as I wanted to focus more on breastfeeding only. I hope to be able to latch my 2nd born successfully. I enjoyed the hands-on "boobs" sessions & sharing of experiences. It's interesting to learn about transitional supplementation feeding method to help with latching. After the workshop, I feel more positive especially with the support of my LC trainer. I hope to breastfeed for 6 months to 1 year. 

My advice or words of encouragement to fellow new expectant mums: Breastfeeding is not an easy route to take (lack of sleep & subjected to many bystanders’ opinions). But it is rewarding to know that our baby is being protected by our antibodies.” - Nicole Ng


“When I knew I was pregnant, I hoped very much to breastfeed my baby till at least 1-year-old, because to me, calf drinks cow milk and baby drinks breastmilk, it’s as simple as that.

And the worst is, baby is not really feeding on real cow milk, she is feeding on processed milk which is no different with those fake crabmeat etc. Yet I had no knowledge in production, collection and management of the milk.

Thanks God, I saw a booth promoting lactation workshop during a carnival and it got me excited. Determined to attend, I went through a lot of hassles due to my work schedules and fortunately, Juliet accommodated my request and was super helpful in ensuring I got the training.

I attended hospital Parentcraft class but was less comprehensive compared to Mumsfairy workshop. It was eye-opening and I benefitted greatly from learning to massage breasts to stimulate milk flow. The workshop unraveled the mystery behind getting a good latch and soothed my fears. It provided step by step guidance and hands-on practice. So easy yet so effective. It really helps in bonding with my baby and lightening my load of bottle feeding.

Seriously, joining Mumsfair lactation workshop is one of the best decisions I had made during the course of parenthood because if not for Valerie and Juliet, my baby might have starved to death due to my blocked ducts and engorgement when breastmilk is not readily available for my baby and my stubbornness in not feeding her with formula.

Baby Hana is currently going to be 6 months. I have been breastfeeding her exclusively since her birth. My advice or words of encouragement to fellow new expectant mums; Determination, perseverance, and love for your baby will keep you going in this breastfeeding journey. The reward is tremendous, be it a smile or cry.””  – Evonne Wong