Expectant Mamas often ask me what childbirth ed class they should take. My answer has always had to be somewhat vague- the most comprehensive one you can find where you feel philosophically aligned with the teacher.
I am a big believer in knowledge is power, but childbirth ed can be a tricky because the teacher’s angle can really define the experience as well as the information you receive.
Finally.. finally.. finally finally… there is a childbirth education program that I can wholeheartedly recommend.
My friend and colleague, Debra Pascali-Bonaro has created an online childbirth education program that combines the best of traditional nuts and bolt curriculums with all the principles of birthing with pleasure.
There is no one with more credentials, experience, love and vision to bring this baby forth into the world. Debra is the Creatrix behind the Orgasmic Birth movement, the film, and book. She’s been supporting families as a birth worker for over 30 years, and has trained thousands of doulas and birth professionals around the world in the practices of gentle birth.
I’m excited to introduce you to her latest creation:
Pain to power is a 9-week childbirth education program that is stuffed with groundbreaking information, gorgeous, inspiring images, real-life birth stories, expert interviews, videos and traditional resources from Lamaze International.
I am a proud contributor to the program as well as an affiliate.
Because I believe so fully in Pain to Power-
I am offering anyone that signs up via my affiliate link a free 20 minute consultation, so I can support you personally where you desire MORE!
You will get the best of both worlds here- a comprehensive education and hand held personal support.
Pain to Power is sure to transform the landscape of birth by providing anyone with access to a comprehensive childbirth education class that also integrates the principles of pleasure.
Want a sneak peak at what this is all about? You can register here to receive access to a FREE 3-part video series!
Please share this with any expectant mamas in your life. This resource might be (and truly should be) exactly what they are looking for in childbirth education