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Childbirth Preparation Weekend With Breastfeeding and Newborn Care

June 21st, 6:30-9:30pm, June 22nd, 1:00-6:00pm, and June 23rd, 1:00pm-6:00pm

This workshop is $525/couple. Register Here (registration opens one month before class. If you would like to register earlier please email

We will address:

  • alignment and movement habits to encourage optimize fetal positioning and minimize pain in labor 

  • strategies to shorten the pushing phase and prevent tearing or birth injury 

  • optimal nutrition for muscle strength and flexibility

In addition to discussing: 

  • anatomy and physiology of late pregnancy and birth 

  • stages and phases of labor 

  • coping measures and positions  

  • breath and relaxation practices to reduce stress and anxiety

  • benefits, risks, and alternatives to common medical procedures

  • when to go to the hospital and what to pack or when to have your midwife come to you and how to prepare your home 

  • questions to ask your provider and how to navigate the hospital setting

  • epidural anesthesia, induction procedures and cesarean surgery 

Partners are essential to a positive birth experience. Over the course of the weekend partners will gain confidence in their ability to support a laboring women and develop tools for staying calm and communicating effectively with the laboring mother and care providers. 

This class also includes a comprehensive look at the first few weeks postpartum, breastfeeding, and newborn care. We will go beyond the basics of newborn care to develop a modern framework for responding to your newborn’s needs. 

This childbirth series is ideal for clients between 28 and 34 weeks who want to play an active role in their birth. We welcome those planning on using pain medication and those hoping for a delivery free of interventions. Those working with a doula and those who would like to labor alone with their partner. Those delivering in hospitals, birth centers, and at home. Single Moms and Single Moms by Choice are welcome and encouraged to attend with a friend, doula, or loved one.