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Mom & Birth Partner Preparation
An excellent addition to any childbirth education class
A Workshop for Mom and Birth Partner:
~ Supportive stretches for late pregnancy
~ Active and supported birthing positions
~ Breath and vocalization for focus and relaxation
~ Massage and touch as tools for her relaxation
~ Body, mind connection & coping skills
~ Effective communication practices
~ Time to connect with your partner about baby and birth (esp. if you already have a little one(s) at home).
CLICK HERE for workshop dates, times and rate.
Offered every other month. Snacks & drinks provided.
No yoga experience is needed, it’s not a yoga class. Pre-registration required – classes fill quickly. firstname.lastname@example.org (802) 778 – 0300
Can’t make a scheduled workshop? Private sessions available.
“Amy’s partner pre-natal workshop was extremely helpful, we learned important listening and communication techniques as well as many different postures and support poses that will be helpful for both of us during labor. Amy is very attentive and encouraging. We wholeheartedly recommend her class to moms-to-be and partners!”
~ Mia and James Moore
“The partner prenatal yoga class was a really nice chance to spend some quiet time connecting with my husband. It allowed us to slow down and enjoy some time being together and also helped us to focus on our baby and the big changes that were about to occur in our lives. We also learned some great partner postures and ways my husband could support me during labor.”
~ Morgan Johnston Greenwald
“I found Amy’s class to be very helpful in learning positions and techniques for keeping Aleks comfortable during labor. We both really enjoyed the class and recommend it to anyone who is looking for an alternative to standard birthing classes. “
~ Grahm Leitner
“My husband & I attended Amy’s Partner Prenatal Yoga Workshop in preparation for the birth of our first child. The theme throughout the class was to use each other as supports, to communicate in ways that will allow both of us to experience the birth fully, to allow the experience to bring us closer together. All of these tools have helped both of us to feel so much more confident and excited about the birthing process.”
~ Sarah & Ben Loveless