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Online Birthing Classes

Hello | Online Birthing Classes COVID-19 has taken 2020 by storm and it continues to do so. Just when we thought we were going back to normal, the disease came back with a vengeance. As a mom-to-be, you can’t help but think of how this affects you and baby. . . keep calm and be […]

Hello | Online
Birthing Classes

COVID-19 has taken 2020 by storm and it continues to do so. Just when we thought we were going back to normal, the disease came back with a vengeance. As a mom-to-be, you can’t help but think of how this affects you and baby. . . keep calm and be cautious. You and baby will make it through these challenging times just fine.

Normally you and your bff would be planning your baby shower or gender reveal with lots of family and friends. You may even be gearing up for prenatal yoga and child birthing classes. But with this pandemic, most classes are canceled and we must all continue practicing social distancing. That doesn’t mean the fun, excitement, or your classes stop here. Zoom is the go-to for online social events; so are Facebook and Instagram live. You can invite family/friends to your events using these social hubs.

And what about your prenatal yoga and child birthing classes? If your childbirth, lamaze, lactation, and prenatal yoga classes have been canceled due to the Coronavirus, don’t worry! We’ve found a few online replacements. Remember to continue social distancing by limiting travel and huge crowds. The most important steps are to always wash your hands, avoid touching your face, and stay in touch with your doctor. Don’t let anything steal the joy of the great blessing that’s about to take place in your life. . . your sweet bundle of joy. Be safe and celebrate.

  • Virtual Birthing Classes |
  • Lamaze Classes
  • Lactation Classes
  • Prenatal Yoga Classes

Virtual Birthing Classes.

Child birthing classes can help prepare you for what will happen on your delivery day. You will learn the basics about how to care for your newborn, which will include your baby’s anatomy and physiology. You will also learn more about postpartum care, breastfeeding, breathing techniques, how to cope with contractions, and birth planning. These classes can also be helpful for your partner too! They can learn more about childbirth and how to support you while you’re in labor. See our top picks below!

Prenatal Yoga.

One of the best ways for a pregnant woman to stay stress free is prenatal yoga. It helps to maintain a healthy mind and body. Prenatal yoga focuses specifically on poses for pregnant women that increase techniques for easier and more comfortable labor.

Things you’ll need:

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What about
lactation classes?

When you choose to take a Lactation class you will learn about breastfeeding. A lactation specialist will teach you about latching difficulties, painful nursing, and low milk production. They also provide information about how to help babies when they aren’t gaining enough weight.

Lamaze Classes

What are Lamaze Classes? Lamaze is a special technique that prepares a mother for natural childbirth. In your Lamaze class you will learn about childbirth and techniques of:

  • Relaxation
  • Concentration
  • Breathing

The goal is to decrease your fears and help you manage your pain.

THE CONTENT OF THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE.  It is intended for general informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. If you have a medical emergency or question, immediately call your doctor or dial 911 for assistance.

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