- Free Childbirth Consultations,
- Childbirth Preparation Classes,
- Lamaze Techniques, Breastfeeding Classes, etc.
Provides vital information to future moms explaining everything involved with having a happy healthy pregnancy and baby.
* Health and Wellness
* Nutrition and Physical Activity
* Risk Factors
This comprehensive program separates fact from fiction, explaining the important path to optimal maternal health care including baby spacing, nutrition, physical activity, prenatal and environmental risk factors.
Proper nutrition and prenatal care are so essential for delivery of term or near term twins.
A private childbirth preparation class for twins should start in your 24th week.
By choice or medically necessary. This is a two hour private class class.
We will discuss what you personally should know about the procedure and what to expect.
Sometimes mothers need additional assistance with breastfeeding after they bring their baby home from the hospital.
Childbirth classes should take place in your last trimester. Ideally they should be completed by your 31st week prior to your expected due date.
- $150.00 --- Four hour session
Certified Interconceptional Care Educator,
Lamaze Int'l Labor Support Specialist,
A private class will allow you to learn, in a short amount of time, what you need to know about achieving the birth you want. It is a wonderful way to discuss your individual pregnancy, concerns and options.
American Association of Pediatricians (AAP) has been a staunch advocate of breastfeeding as the optimal form of nutrition for infants. Breastfeeding is the natural way to feed your baby. Remember, breastfeeding is a learning experience for both you and your baby. Some mothers may face some challenges due to various factors. read more ................
Classes are a combination of demonstration, video presentation, and hands-on-practice. You will learn the signs and stages of labor, the role of the labor support person, the process of birth, and positions for labor and delivery. We will cover what to do during labor, when to go to the hospital, and details about all pain medication options.
All Classes have been postponed untill the end of April 2015. Please feel free to contact our Instructor, Kay Palomino, with any questions