Childbirth and neonatal preparation classes inform expectant parents about the latest thinking about pregnancy, pre-natal development, child birth and infant care; provide opportunities to ask questions and be reassured by a health professional; and share feelings and useful information with other expectant parents.

In addition to classes, advice on childbirth and infant care is also provided to couples and individuals.

Whether you are expecting your first baby or not, it’s a good idea to have up-to-date information to help you prepare for childbirth and welcoming your newborn.

Gain self-confidence and feel better prepared to face pregnancy, childbirth and childcare.

Express your feelings, listen, and share experiences with other expecting parents.

Sessions begin for the fourth month of pregnancy, they are conducted in French or in English, and they are for individual/couple. Each session will finish by 15 min of relaxation.

The seven 1-hour sessions before the birth are as follows:

1. Pregnancy: my beautiful 9 months

Physiological changes during pregnancy, hygiene advices, medical follow-up. Better to have this session early in the pregnancy, around 20 weeks (4-5 months)

2. How to prepare yourself to the birth

When to come to the hospital, hospital bag, perineum preparation. Pelvis position (De Guasquet), perineum massage

3. Labor and delivery

Theoretical workshop:medical aspect, analgesia , birth, instrumental extraction, C-section. Making plans for labor and birth.

4. Labor: breathing & position

Movement and position, abdominal breathing 

5. Childbirth-trust yourself and your instinct

How to push and the different positions to give birth.

6. Post partum and back home with baby:

What’s happen for the mother and her baby after birth, during the hospitalization and when they come back home. 

Baby bathing and care

7. Mother’s milk, gift of nature: breastfeeding time

Theoretical workshop

 

And the two sessions after the birth:

  • Breastfeeding: session with baby
  • Back  after the childbirth and the labor: and now, what are we doing?

 

To schedule an appointment or for more information please email midwife.anneklein@gmail.com or call (855) 86 528 927