Comfort Measures For Labour + Birth Workshop
Tips & Tricks for What Really Works
$29 CAD + HST for 1 Month Access
Hi I'm Kat Ennis!
Mom of 2 awesome boys, B.A. Hons, B.Ed (Concurrent), Certified Birth + Postpartum Doula who has supported 100s of families, Childbirth Educator, + Infant Sleep Educator
Workshop Outline & Breakdown:
Join Kat for this 3 hours workshop all about coping with labour and delivery. We discuss how pain travels in the body, medical and non-medical options for pain relief, and what your birth partner can do to support you. Your registration includes instant access to the video and resources for 1 month as well as our Comfort Measures that Really Work Guide.
This class is for you if:
- you are planning a home birth
- you are planning a hospital birth but want to labour at home
- you are planning a hospital birth but would prefer alternatives to medical options for pain relief
- you want to explore your options so you know what to expect no matter what happens
- you are not sure what you want yet! (and that's ok!)
- 3 hour video workshop
- full demos, handouts + resources
- 1 month access to the recording
- Setting your mindset
- Pain + how it travels in your body
- Is it time?
- Positions + tools that can help you cope
- Medical options for pain relief
- Epidural contract + why you want one
- Tips for your birth partner
Topics covered during this class include:
- The gate control theory of pain and how pain travels in the body
- A discussion of different comfort measures
- What your birth partner can do to support you
- Doula tips + tools
- An incredible breathing exercise I use with every client
- Much, much, more!
Estimated Time to Complete: 1.5 hours
Medical Disclaimer: The information and resources provided by Skip the Baby Books is not a substitute for proper prenatal care or screening. We do not provide medical advice. If you have questions about a medical matter consult with your doctor or other healthcare professional. If you have any concerns related to your health or your baby’s health you must seek immediate medical attention by going to the nearest emergency room if necessary. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of the information provided here.