This online prenatal course is designed to help you and your partner prepare to bring a baby into this world naturally! Whether you’re looking to have a home birth or have your child in a hospital, we’ll go through in-depth and needed information to make sure you’re both prepared.
In the 11-week online childbirth class, you will receive:
- A series of emails approximately every other weekday for your class
- 30 total class emails that you can go through at your own pace
- Multiple free downloads ready to print
- Links to research, resources, and videos
- A certificate of completion!
All classes are designed to help guide you through the process of staying healthy during pregnancy, the ins and outs of natural labor, and even prepping for breastfeeding.
You will have “homework” to do yourself and together as a couple. All of it is to ensure that you are doing your best to prepare mentally, physically, and emotionally for labor and delivery. Go at your own pace and revisit them as needed. They’re yours to keep!
Weekly topics covered in our natural birth online prenatal class
- What to expect during prenatal checkups & the options you have
- Understanding your body
- Physically Preparing for birth
- Mentally preparing for birth
- Emotionally Preparing for birth
- The Stages of Labor
- Having Back-up Plans
- Practicing for the big day
- Understanding Newborn Procedures
- Taking care of yourself once baby is here
I have been a pseudo-doula for several of my friends, assisting them during their labors, in breastfeeding once baby arrived, and answering their every question along the way and being on text-alert in the middle of the night.
While I am not nor I have never been a nurse or doctor, I am passionate about natural birth!
I have completed the Bradley Method course, Been to multiple hospital-led birthing courses, attended birthing lectures, completed home birthing classes, and more. My first daughter was a frank breech baby that I labored naturally at home with for 14 hours. After trying to deliver in a hospital, we wound up with an emergency cesarean. Our second daughter was a natural home birth with a midwifery team.
Please note that you should still be under the care of a OBGYN or Certified Midwife throughout your pregnancy. All medical needs and questions should be directed to them as I am not in any way capable of answering your medical questions. I am not sure what path life will put me on, but many times I have thought that I might pursue midwifery myself. I am just not sure yet and definitely not qualified to try to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any medical issue you many encounter. Students enrolling in the course will be required to sign a waiver acknowledging that they understand this and that they will not distribute material in a paid or unpaid fashion.
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