Get your guide to coping with contractions by adding the free PDF below to your cart. It will be emailed to you. Download it to your phone and/or computer. Print it out and practice the techniques. Take this with you in labor.
What brings you here? Are you a momma preparing for birth? A doula or L&D nurse learning more about how you can support and guide? I love hearing from my students what helped them.
This handout is made for my doula clients and my students that take the class on coping with contractions. In the class or in prenatal appointments, we go over each of these things with explanation and demonstration followed by practice. I offer in-person classes and doula services in the Dayton, Ohio area.
My goal for you is to know your options and choose what is right for you. There are many pieces of wisdom gathered here that I’ve collected over the last 15 years, and we are always learning more about how to support birth. I have no pressure or push for certain choices or types of births. Each of you will have your own unique journey, and I hope that you are able to weave these pieces of wisdom into your experience as you feel fitting.
Download this to your phone(s) and print this out to bring alongside of you. If there are any techniques you have questions about, go over this with your doula. If you are unable to or prefer not to have a doula, a good labor nurse is an excellent help. Midwives are also full of birth wisdom.
Congratulations on your baby on-the-way, and I commend you for seeking education in preparing for birth. More education is available at www.LeannaMae.org