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To sign up for any of the classes below, please leave a message at (805) 349-BABY (2229). We will return your call to complete registration.
This four week series of classes provides the expectant mother and her coach with the knowledge and support necessary for a prepared and positive birth experience. Ideal for first time parents.
The classes include information on the third trimester of pregnancy, natural comfort methods, potential medical procedures during labor, medical pain management options, information on cesarean section, a comprehensive virtual Birthing Center tour, and what to expect during childbirth recovery.
After choosing the day and month, you will attend class for four consecutive weeks.
Breastfeeding and Infant Care information will be offered in separate classes. Please register for these classes separately.
Please schedule classes to begin in your 30th to 32nd week of pregnancy.
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
An essential course for parents, Baby Safe covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid for choking, and child safety for newborns to infants twelve months of age.
5:30 PM -8:00 PM
This one time class is ideal for first time parents or as a refresher for parents expecting again. Topics include: the benefits of breastfeeding, infant hunger cues, breastfeeding positions, attaining an effective latch, working while breastfeeding and much more! Partners are encouraged to attend.
5:30 PM -7:30 PM
This one time class provides information and tips on caring for your newborn. Topics include: routine hospital procedures after birth, safe sleep, bathing, feeding, diapering, swaddling, and calming a fussy baby and more in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. This class includes a demonstration with a life-sized doll.
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Are you looking for a supportive group to understand the emotional highs and lows of motherhood? Moms FIRST! is a biweekly group designed for pregnant and postpartum women who probably have the same struggles and questions as you do. This casual, welcoming group is here for you whether you are looking for resources, seeking emotional support, struggling with anxiety and/or depression, or simply needing encouragement.
Research shows mental health issues are the most common complication of pregnancy, so know that you are not alone. Group facilitators include licensed mental health professionals, postpartum and lactation nurses, and childbirth educators.
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM