What to REALLY expect during labour and childbirth. This 2.5 hr class is taught by a doula. You'll learn what really happens during labour.
I’m a tea person. I haven’t had coffee in almost five years, but I LOVE my teas. I have a cupboard full of different teas – black teas, green teas, herbal teas and white teas. Teas are “in” and different blends have different benefits. [...]
After labour and childbirth, the new mom enters a period of postpartum. This period is often referred to as the fourth trimester or the three months following birth. Postpartum can also refer to the first 12 months after birth. Depending on the birth outcome, [...]
Childbirth and the Pelvic Floor A woman’s body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy. The most noticeable ones are the growing abdomen and changes to the breasts. There are many more changes going on internally – the uterus goes from weighing around [...]
Being an expecting mother is a hugely personal experience. No matter what your doctors, relatives or friends say, nobody can quite describe the unique emotional and psychological journey you'll have when carrying a child or tell you everything to expect when you actually go [...]
This free event is to learn more about what a doula (birth and postpartum) does. Learn how a doula can support you during pregnancy, birth and transitioning to parenthood.
Labour and childbirth in unpredictable and with that may come fears about the unknown and what to expect. Some fear if they will make it to their birth location on time. Depending on where the woman lives, this can be a concern however [...]
Birth and labour doulas provide support to labouring women and their families. As a professionally trained and certified birth doula, I provide unbiased support. This means that I do not judge you for your choices during your pregnancy, labour and childbirth. I support [...]
Movement during labour is a great way to help baby descend the birth canal and prepare for delivery. How do you move? Dance Play some music and bust a move. No music? No problem. Swaying, making circles with your hips can all help. [...]