Active Birth Antenatal Short Course
An active birth is one that uses movement, gravity and
enhanced knowledge of the body's physiology to create the optimal experience
for the new family during the birth process and beyond. An active birth can
take place in a variety of settings by using informed choices and ensuring the
mother, her wishes and her body are respected and prioritised.
Local doulas Simi Shah and Vaida Milne-Tyte are
offering active birth preparatory workshops for parents expecting in 2022! This
experience which is tailored for a small group is offered in two formats:
weekend and short course. The courses draw from a wide variety of perspectives
including Active Birth, Yoga Birth and Hypnobirthing as well as many years’
experience that Simi and Vaida have gained while attending births as doulas.
Their teaching is evidence-based to give you a well-rounded and realistic understanding
of what to expect at the birth of your baby. You will leave the course ready to
meet your arrival feeling calm confident in your own strength and excited for
the transition into parenthood.
The short course will suit second time parents who wish
to have a refresher or those short on time before their arrival. The session
will focus on:
- Active birth principles and best birthing
- Pain management options
- Tips for the birth partner
- Practical preparations for baby feeding
resources and a hospital bag checklist
Simi Wilhelm Shah and Vaida Milne-Tyte's Offering - There are two short course dates to choose from:
- 10am - 1pm on Sunday 30th January 2022
- 1pm - 4pm on Sunday 27th February 2022
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|January 30, 2022||10.00am||£80.00||Book|
|February 27, 2022||1.00pm||£80.00||Book|
*An individual place is £80 and a couples place is £125*
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