Labor coping and support techniques will be practiced both days. While all subjects are touched on, the primary focus of this class is to prepare you and your birth partner for the birth itself. This online class offers prepared childbirth instruction in an easy-to-navigate, self-paced and convenient format.
Topics covered are pregnancy, labor, birth stories, comfort techniques, medical procedures, cesarean birth, newborn care and postpartum.
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All students using a Provider One Card for class payment must register by calling 253-697-5300.
If you are hoping to avoid the use of pain medication for childbirth, this class offers the most practice with non-medication pain relief techniques. This class covers all the information a 5-week series does, but moves more quickly over two weekend days. This class offers “just the basics” for those too busy to attend the longer classes or those who desire a class that moves quickly.
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