So You're Having a Baby: A Complete Birth Class

Ideal for new parents, our all-inclusive classes guide expecting parents through the joys and challenges of pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period. This is much more than a simple guide to hospital procedures or an intro to the latest birth trends - you will engage with the information and tools you need to make decisions about coping with labor, medical intervention, and recovery, and have fun while learning the best ways to care for your bundle of joy before and after birth!

All mothers, whether expecting natural, epidural or cesarean births, are welcome and will gain so much from these classes - they've been created to help every new parent make the best decisions for their unique situation, whatever that might be!

Meeting conveniently at Southeast Community College in Lincoln, we offer this class one night a week for 6 consecutive weeks. 

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Classes cover:

  • Signs & stages of labor
  • Natural comfort techniques
  • Labor and birth positions
  • Options for medicinal pain relief
  • Common interventions 
  • Informed consent
  • What to expect postpartum
  • Breastfeeding
  • Understanding your newborn

 

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  • "We were challenged to think about the different medical interventions we desired or didn’t desire to have part of our son’s birth. There was also great ideas for comfort measures.I would highly recommend it as you prepare for your upcoming birth."
    — Crystal K.
  • "Birth Beyond Bias was exactly what I thought it was going to be and exactly what I needed. Although my birth story didn’t go as I thought it would go, I feel peace in my birth story with the help of this class. I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to know both sides of the story and a truly caring atmosphere."
    — Samantha S.
  • These classes really prepared me for the unexpected when things didn’t go exactly as planned with the birth of my first child. I would recommend them to rookie and veteran parents.
    — Gina F.