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Online Classes for Expectant and New Parents

As our first priority is your safety and well-being, all in person tours and Family Life Education classes will be canceled. You can view the virtual tour here

VCU Health offers anytime, anywhere education through YoMingo, a program designed to give you convenient access to valuable information. It includes the tools and support you need at every stage of pregnancy, birth and beyond. This education is available on any device with an Internet connection and comes in multiple languages.

You will have access to:

  • Evidence-based education on pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding and newborn care
  • Information specific to your arrival and stay at VCU Health
  • Pregnancy milestones
  • Kick counter, contraction timer, personal journal, feeding log, immunization log and other tools 

To register for this education, please click the link below.

Register Here

  • Once you have clicked the link, you will be asked to answer a few questions, then click "Submit."
  • Once you've registered, you'll receive an email invitation from noreply@myyomingo.com where you can create a unique password and login. 
  • You may also download the free "MyYoMingo" app from the Droid or iPhone app store on your device, then log into the app using the same login information.

Already registered? Log in here

Contact Us

For more information, please email Valerie Coleman at valerie.coleman@vcuhealth.org.

Disclaimer: The information in YoMingo is NOT intended to take the place of a healthcare provider or any information that your healthcare provider has discussed with you about your own personal health and the health of your baby. It is imperative and advised that you find prenatal care and work with your healthcare provider throughout your pregnancy to keep yourself and your baby happy, healthy, and safe. Always call your healthcare provider with any question you may have about your pregnancy and baby. By creating an account in YoMingo, you have verified that you have read and agree to this disclaimer.

Benefits of Infant Massage

Certified Infant Massage Instructors explain how massage benefits babies by enhancing bonding, promoting social, emotional and cognitive development, decreasing irritability and excessive crying, and reducing gas and colic.