About 25% of the time, babies will be in a less than ideal position, most likely posterior. This short module will help you learn how you can encourage rotation and work with back labor, where contractions are felt mostly in the low back.
This quick module covers some of the common reasons for labor induction, the most used methods of induction, and some information on figuring out your body’s readiness for labor.
If a cesarean birth is in your future, this quick module will help you know what to expect and how to prepare to have your baby by cesarean.
If you’re 32+ weeks and your baby is breech, you might be wondering what – if anything – you can do about that. This class will go over some of your options for encouraging a breech baby to turn head down.
It’s not easy to become a parent or add a new child to your family! This module will help you figure out what you can do in advance to make the transition smoother, look out for serious bumps in the road, and get a good start on breastfeeding if that’s your plan.
There are three steps for planning your birth: Exploring your options Deciding what you want Doing what you can to maximize your chances of getting it This process may or may not include writing a document. This course will give you ways to explore your options and figure out what you want, as well as […]
This module is an introduction to some of the common techniques that people use to be more comfortable during the labor process. Includes audio files for several different kinds of breathing and relaxation. Note: This class does NOT include an in-person or over the internet session. It is just the online part of this module. […]
This course covers the basics of physiologic birth – what the body does the vast majority of the time when not induced or otherwise hurried along. Would pair well with my Variations of Labor module.