Pain is a part of the birthing process, right?
Honestly, it is. But it can be managed.
Whether you intend to get an epidural once you arrive at the hospital or you plan to have an unmedicated birth, you will almost definitely experience some pain for at least a little while. You will likely labor at home, labor in the car, labor while checking in to the hospital, and labor while settling into your space and waiting for labor to progress. But pain is relative, pain has a purpose, pain can be managed, and pain is temporary.
Come explore some non-medical methods for helping you understand and cope with the discomforts of labor and birth so that you can more fully participate in this big event. Learn to be present and powerful while working toward the moment you meet your baby.
You will learn to use techniques such as:
- Body positions
- Partner exercises
- and more…….
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NOTE: If you are taking the Belly to Birth 4 WEEK birth preparation course, you don’t need this class.