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Why Natural Beginnings' Birth Classes?

We focus on learning how women's bodies work, on empowering women and their partners to understand their options and to look forward to birth with confidence. We combine evidence-based care with an organic, tried and true philosophy which encourages each mother to remember that she is unique as are her own birthing goals.

Our Birth Classes are award winning for a good reason. Our education plan is designed to educate parents on making informed decisions about their pregnancy, labor & birth. Our goal is to enhance a woman's innate ability to give birth, share non-pharmacological pain management strategies, and enhance self-confidence and management of a healthy pregnancy, labor and birth as well as gaining breastfeeding and early parenting techniques. Our Educator, Sharon is certified by and affiliated with The Bradley Method® of Natural Childbirth, training directly under Marji & Jay Hathaway, founders and directors of The Husband Coached Childbirth Academy. She has 26 years of local teaching experience - which is more than any other Bradley Instructor in the Dallas County area. Our Classes share what happens to our bodies during pregnancy, labor and birth. We include education on preparation for breastfeeding, infant care, postpartum adjustments, both physical and emotional. Our most important task is to help women learn how to 'tune in' to their bodies, build on skills they already possess and to trust the innate wisdom of birth. Fees for a series ranges from $250. - $450. per couple (depending on the number of classes and whether parents prefer a group or private class series. If you were preparing to run a marathon, or a 5 K, you wouldn’t arrive on the day of the event, register and run! No - you would spend time and effort in planning and preparation. Conditioning is necessary!

Doula, Dad or Both? Many fathers and partners have told us they feel they can almost call themselves a 'doula' after completing our series. By understanding the birthing process and how their pregnant partners cope with the sensations of labor, dads and other partners become active, supportive, hands-on sharers in the experience of the birth of this child.

Preparing for birth requires time ... time to prepare physically, mentally and emotionally. And if you’re like many of us, that one day a week may be the only time in your very busy schedule you can devote to learning how to prepare for this birth.

Come explore the possibilities . . . learn in a friendly, intimate environment of a home, & enjoy making expectant-parent-friends that share this special time in life with you.



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