Knowledge Is Power!
Especially when it comes to your birthing day.
Knowledge is Power
especially when it comes to your birthing day
Our childbirth education class is packed with tools and information for both you and your partner, beyond what you might get in a standard hospital course. We delve deeper into the birthing process, highlighting the empowering perspective on how your body was designed to give birth. We also shed more light on various birthing options, coping strategies, and medical interventions. Utilizing this knowledge, you can formulate a “birthing concept” to help you create an open dialog with your medical providers and ensure you are all on the same page. And it’s not just for the mamas! This interactive workshop will help your partner build their labor and delivery support toolbox, full of coping measures, yoga poses, acupressure points, breathing techniques and more.
Recommended for women at 20+ weeks and their birthing partner. Dress comfortably, and bring snacks. These workshops fill up quickly, so plan ahead and register!
This educational training is 6.5 hours. Usually held on a Sunday afternoon.
$225 per couple
Instructor: Jacqui Feinstix
Jacqui is a teacher at heart bringing years of experience as a former art educator to her yoga teaching practice. Her classes are artfully crafted with free flowing poses, guided by mindful alignment cues. Always creating a safe and fun environment for all, her unique and exciting sequencing allows her students to explore their practices physically and emotionally. Her passion for prenatal yoga led Jacqui to become a Birth Doula. With compassion and love, Jacqui is inspired to support pregnant women and guide them through their journey to motherhood with the help of yoga, breath and mindfulness. Jacqui is certified in Vinyasa Yoga (200 hour Yoga Haven, 2012), Kids Yoga, (Little Sprouts, 2011), Aerial Yoga (AirCat Yoga, 2012) and Pilates Mat (Core Pilates, 2014). Jacqui is also a Prenatal Yoga Teacher (Yoga Haven, 2014), a Doula (Deborah Pascali-Bonaro 2016) and a Childbirth Educator (Lamaze, Lothian/Walsh 2017).