July HypnoBirthing Workshop
Jul
20
to Aug 31

July HypnoBirthing Workshop

5 Part HypnoBirthing Education Workshop:


Saturdays: July 20 and 27, August 3 (skip 2 weekends) August 24 and 31 - 11:30-2:00

A class series is 5 – 2 1/2 hour sessions, usually taught over 5 weeks. You will receive the HypnoBirthing® book, the Rainbow Relaxation and Birth Affirmations, and all related course materials. In addition, you will have email and phone support beyond the classroom time, through six weeks postpartum.

The HypnoBirthing® class is a comprehensive and complete childbirth education course, designed to remind mothers of the simplicity of birth itself. The classes teach techniques for relaxation and visualization, and how to assist, rather than resist your natural birthing instincts. It is about empowered parents, welcoming their babies into the world in a ‘Celebration of Life.’ The class will cover:

  • How women’s bodies are designed for birth

  • How to assist, rather than resist your natural birthing instincts

  • Prenatal bonding techniques

  • Rapid and instant self-relaxation techniques and deepening techniques

  • Breathing techniques for labor and birthing

  • Hypnotic relaxation and visualization

  • The Birth Companion’s role in birthing

  • Preparing your body for birthing with massage and toning

  • Avoiding artificial induction and achieving a natural start to labor

  • Releasing negative emotions, fears and limiting thoughts.

  • Preparing for labor – birthing with your baby

  • Positions for descent and birthing

  • Introduction to breastfeeding

  • Family bonding with your baby

Frequently Asked Questions, or for more information, please email dakota@withyoubirthing.com or call 831-247-0015

Class fee is $350 per couple. This includes you and your Birth Companion, The HypnoBirthing® book and Rainbow Relaxation, and all classroom materials. Classes are taught in 5 – 2 ½ hour sessions.

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September HypnoBirthing Workshop
Sep
14
to Oct 19

September HypnoBirthing Workshop

5 Part HypnoBirthing Education Workshop:


Saturdays: September 14, 21 and 28, October 12 and 19 - 10:00-12:30

A class series is 5 – 2 1/2 hour sessions, usually taught over 5 weeks. You will receive the HypnoBirthing® book, the Rainbow Relaxation and Birth Affirmations, and all related course materials. In addition, you will have email and phone support beyond the classroom time, through six weeks postpartum.

The HypnoBirthing® class is a comprehensive and complete childbirth education course, designed to remind mothers of the simplicity of birth itself. The classes teach techniques for relaxation and visualization, and how to assist, rather than resist your natural birthing instincts. It is about empowered parents, welcoming their babies into the world in a ‘Celebration of Life.’ The class will cover:

  • How women’s bodies are designed for birth

  • How to assist, rather than resist your natural birthing instincts

  • Prenatal bonding techniques

  • Rapid and instant self-relaxation techniques and deepening techniques

  • Breathing techniques for labor and birthing

  • Hypnotic relaxation and visualization

  • The Birth Companion’s role in birthing

  • Preparing your body for birthing with massage and toning

  • Avoiding artificial induction and achieving a natural start to labor

  • Releasing negative emotions, fears and limiting thoughts.

  • Preparing for labor – birthing with your baby

  • Positions for descent and birthing

  • Introduction to breastfeeding

  • Family bonding with your baby

Frequently Asked Questions, or for more information, please email dakota@withyoubirthing.com or call 831-247-0015

Class fee is $350 per couple. This includes you and your Birth Companion, The HypnoBirthing® book and Rainbow Relaxation, and all classroom materials. Classes are taught in 5 – 2 ½ hour sessions.

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October Childbirth Workshop
Oct
1
to Oct 29

October Childbirth Workshop

5 Part Birth Education Workshop:


October 1: Child Birth Education - Stages of Labor

This interactive class will go through the stages of labor, pregnancy anatomy, and fetal development. You and your partner will learn what to expect at every stage of labor. Learn to recognize pre-term labor as well as pre-labor, labor onset, and your progression through the stages of labor. 

October 10 (Thursday, not Tuesday): Child Birth Education - Interventions and Information

This class will walk through all the medical procedures that you could potentially encounter during labor. You will also learn how to ask your medical providers questions so that you can advocate for the birth that you want. You will leave this class with a clear vision of what you want for your child's birth, and how to navigate interventions with your medical provider.

You will also discuss how to write a birth plan/wishes to share with your doctor and bring with you to birth.

October 15: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation 

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. This workshop mixes yoga with labor positions and pain relief techniques to use during labor. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain. 

October 22: Newborn Care and Postpartum

This class will focus on newborn care.

You will learn how to how to identify normal vs. abnormal newborn appearances, breathing patterns, types of crying, how to soothe a crying baby, establish a sleep routine, SIDS safety, as well as basics like giving your baby its first bath, and tips and tricks to ease into parenthood.

Bring your sling, Moby, Ergo, or whatever you plan to carry your baby with and we will practice proper ways to position and wear your baby.

We will discuss exercise, nutrition, postpartum depression, and ways that you can practice self care and promote maternal well being as you learn how to continuously care for your new baby.

October 29: Breastfeeding

In this class you will learn about the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position you baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day one through meet your long term goals.

Cost for Workshop Series is $350 per couple

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July Childbirth Workshop
Jul
9
to Aug 6

July Childbirth Workshop

5 Part Birth Education Workshop:


July 9: Child Birth Education - Stages of Labor

This interactive class will go through the stages of labor, pregnancy anatomy, and fetal development. You and your partner will learn what to expect at every stage of labor. Learn to recognize pre-term labor as well as pre-labor, labor onset, and your progression through the stages of labor. 

July 16: Child Birth Education - Interventions and Information

This class will walk through all the medical procedures that you could potentially encounter during labor. You will also learn how to ask your medical providers questions so that you can advocate for the birth that you want. You will leave this class with a clear vision of what you want for your child's birth, and how to navigate interventions with your medical provider.

You will also discuss how to write a birth plan/wishes to share with your doctor and bring with you to birth.

July 23: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation 

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. This workshop mixes yoga with labor positions and pain relief techniques to use during labor. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain. 

July 30: Newborn Care and Postpartum

This class will focus on newborn care.

You will learn how to how to identify normal vs. abnormal newborn appearances, breathing patterns, types of crying, how to soothe a crying baby, establish a sleep routine, SIDS safety, as well as basics like giving your baby its first bath, and tips and tricks to ease into parenthood.

Bring your sling, Moby, Ergo, or whatever you plan to carry your baby with and we will practice proper ways to position and wear your baby.

We will discuss exercise, nutrition, postpartum depression, and ways that you can practice self care and promote maternal well being as you learn how to continuously care for your new baby.

August 6: Breastfeeding

In this class you will learn about the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position you baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day one through meet your long term goals.

Cost for Workshop Series is $350 per couple

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 April Refresher
Feb
9
to Feb 10

April Refresher

2 Part Birth Education Refresher


April 6: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation 

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. Utilizing Spinning Babie’s techniques and Hypnobirthing practices with the most effective labor positions and pain relief techniques, this class prepares you to labor calmly. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain and possibly shorten the length of labor. 

April 7: Breastfeeding

In this class you will revisit the in’s and outs of breastfeeding: the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position your baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day-one in order to meet your long term goals.

Cost for Refresher weekend is $125 per couple

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February Workshop
Feb
5
to Mar 12

February Workshop

6 Part Birth Education Workshop:


February 5: Child Birth Education - Stages of Labor

This interactive class will go through the stages of labor, pregnancy anatomy, and fetal development. You and your partner will learn what to expect at every stage of labor. Learn to recognize pre-term labor as well as pre-labor, labor onset, and your progression through the stages of labor. 

February 12: Child Birth Education - Interventions and Information

This class will walk through all the medical procedures that you could potentially encounter during labor. You will also learn how to ask your medical providers questions so that you can advocate for the birth that you want. You will leave this class with a clear vision of what you want for your child's birth, and how to navigate interventions with your medical provider.

You will also discuss how to write a birth plan/wishes to share with your doctor and bring with you to birth.

February 19: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation 

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. This workshop mixes yoga with labor positions and pain relief techniques to use during labor. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain. 

February 26: Breastfeeding

In this class you will learn about the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position you baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day one through meet your long term goals.

March 5: Newborn Care

This class will focus on newborn care.

You will learn how to how to identify normal vs. abnormal newborn appearances, breathing patterns, types of crying, how to soothe a crying baby, establish a sleep routine, SIDS safety, as well as basics like giving your baby its first bath, and tips and tricks to ease into parenthood.

Bring your sling, Moby, Ergo, or whatever you plan to carry your baby with and we will practice proper ways to position and wear your baby.

March 12: Postpartum Recovery & Care

We will discuss exercise, nutrition, postpartum depression, and ways that you can practice self care and promote maternal well being as you learn how to continuously care for your new baby.

Cost for Workshop Series is $350 per couple

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October Workshop
Oct
4
to Nov 1

October Workshop

5 Part Birth Education Workshop:


October 4: Child Birth Education - Stages of Labor

This interactive class will go through the stages of labor, pregnancy anatomy, and fetal development . You and your partner will learn what to expect at every stage of labor. Learn to recognize pre-term labor as well as pre-labor, labor onset, and your progression through the stages of labor. 

October 11: Child Birth Education - Interventions and Information

This class will walk through all the medical procedures that you could potentially encounter during labor. You will also learn how to ask your medical providers questions so that you can advocate for the birth that you want. You will leave this class with a clear vision of what you want for your child's birth, and how to navigate  interventions with your medical provider.

You will also discuss how to write a birth plan/wishes to share with your doctor and bring with you to birth.

October 18: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. This workshop mixes yoga with labor positions and pain relief techniques to use during labor. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain.

October 25: Breastfeeding

In this class you will learn about the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position you baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day one through meet your long term goals.

November 1: Newborn Care & Postpartum Health

This class will focus on newborn care as well as postnatal care for mom.

 You will learn how to how to identify normal vs. abnormal newborn appearances, breathing patterns, types of crying, how to soothe a crying baby, establish a sleep routine, SIDS safety, as well as basics like giving your baby it’s first bath, and tips and tricks to ease into parenthood.

Bring your sling, Moby, Ergo, or whatever you plan to carry your baby with and we will practice proper ways to position and wear your baby.

We will discuss exercise, nutrition, postpartum depression, and ways that you can practice self care and promote maternal well being as you learn how to continuously care for your new baby.

Cost for Workshop Series is $300

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July Workshop
Jul
5
to Aug 2

July Workshop

5 Part Birth Education Workshop:


July 5: Child Birth Education - Stages of Labor

This interactive class will go through the stages of labor, pregnancy anatomy, and fetal development . You and your partner will learn what to expect at every stage of labor. Learn to recognize pre-term labor as well as pre-labor, labor onset, and your progression through the stages of labor. 

July 12: Child Birth Education - Interventions and Information

This class will walk through all the medical procedures that you could potentially encounter during labor. You will also learn how to ask your medical providers questions so that you can advocate for the birth that you want. You will leave this class with a clear vision of what you want for your child's birth, and how to navigate  interventions with your medical provider.

You will also discuss how to write a birth plan/wishes to share with your doctor and bring with you to birth.

July 19: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation 

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. This workshop mixes yoga with labor positions and pain relief techniques to use during labor. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain.

July 26: Breastfeeding

In this class you will learn about the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position you baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day one through meet your long term goals.

August 2: Newborn Care & Postpartum Health

This class will focus on newborn care as well as postnatal care for mom.

 You will learn how to how to identify normal vs. abnormal newborn appearances, breathing patterns, types of crying, how to soothe a crying baby, establish a sleep routine, SIDS safety, as well as basics like giving your baby it’s first bath, and tips and tricks to ease into parenthood.

Bring your sling, Moby, Ergo, or whatever you plan to carry your baby with and we will practice proper ways to position and wear your baby.

We will discuss exercise, nutrition, postpartum depression, and ways that you can practice self care and promote maternal well being as you learn how to continuously care for your new baby.

Cost for Workshop Series is $300

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March Workshop
Mar
8
to Apr 5

March Workshop

5 Part Birth Education Workshop:


March 8: Child Birth Education - Stages of Labor

This interactive class will go through the stages of labor, pregnancy anatomy, and fetal development . You and your partner will learn what to expect at every stage of labor. Learn to recognize pre-term labor as well as pre-labor, labor onset, and your progression through the stages of labor. 

March 15: Child Birth Education - Interventions and Information

This class will walk through all the medical procedures that you could potentially encounter during labor. You will also learn how to ask your medical providers questions so that you can advocate for the birth that you want. You will leave this class with a clear vision of what you want for your child's birth, and how to navigate  interventions with your medical provider.

You will also discuss how to write a birth plan/wishes to share with your doctor and bring with you to birth.

March 22: Pain Management, Labor Positions & Deep Relaxation (can be taken as standalone class - $75)

This class prepares you as a team for all the sensations of labor. This workshop mixes yoga with labor positions and pain relief techniques to use during labor. Your laboring partner will gain confidence to help you through labor and birth to help avoid undesired intervention and lessen pain. 

March 29: Breastfeeding

In this class you will learn about the physiology of breastfeeding, milk production, how to latch and position you baby to prevent soreness and signs that breastfeeding is going well. This class teaches parents how to overcome common breastfeeding challenges, how to identify feeding cues and what it means to establish breastfeeding from day one through meet your long term goals.

April 5: Newborn Care & Postpartum Health

This class will focus on newborn care as well as postnatal care for mom.

 You will learn how to how to identify normal vs. abnormal newborn appearances, breathing patterns, types of crying, how to soothe a crying baby, establish a sleep routine, SIDS safety, as well as basics like giving your baby it’s first bath, and tips and tricks to ease into parenthood.

Bring your sling, Moby, Ergo, or whatever you plan to carry your baby with and we will practice proper ways to position and wear your baby.

We will discuss exercise, nutrition, postpartum depression, and ways that you can practice self care and promote maternal well being as you learn how to continuously care for your new baby.

Cost for Workshop Series is $300

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