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Looking for a Reston HypnoBirthing class? Check this out.

Looking for a Reston HypnoBirthing class? Check this out.

If you’re looking for a Reston HypnoBirthing class, I’d love to tell you about a great option! A lot of people I speak with about the classes I offer use the name, HypnoBirthing, since that’s more familiar to them. They’ve heard good things about it and are

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Northern Virginia weekend workshop childbirth class

Northern Virginia weekend workshop childbirth class

My core teaching philosophy is focused on the mind-body connection through Hypnobabies, which requires a six-week (plus home practice) commitment. However, the mind-body connection as well as a host of other childbirth topics are easily covered in a 1-day intensive. For very busy couples and those uninterested

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Prepare Your Body and Mind for Birth: Enroll in a DC Area Childbirth Class

Prepare Your Body and Mind for Birth: Enroll in a DC Area Childbirth Class

Considering enrolling in a DC area childbirth class outside of the hospital? Nice work! Hospital classes can be great for what they are, and there are certainly gifted and knowledgeable instructors who teach these classes. The problem is more in the format: most are one or two

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Hypnobabies home study vs group class

Hypnobabies home study vs group class

If you’re trying to decide between enrolling in the Hypnobabies home study vs the group class, here are some pros and cons for each. ✪ Home Study Pros ✫ Some introverts will learn better this way. ✫ May be easier from a scheduling standpoint. Work at your

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Cost benefit analysis: childbirth class + doula

Cost benefit analysis: childbirth class + doula

Here’s my cost-benefit analysis of taking a childbirth preparation class and hiring a doula. Childbirth class: Investment: $500 Cost to instructor: Approximately $112 per student (class materials, gas, space rental) Value to students: Obviously this is open to interpretation, but I would start by saying: you only

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Why should I take a childbirth class?

Why should I take a childbirth class?

Question: Why should I take a childbirth class? I have friends who said they never used what they learned. Birth is a powerful event, and so are the sensations associated with it, and there’s no question about that! Learning how to respond to that power in a

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When should I take childbirth classes?

When should I take childbirth classes?

FAQ: When should I take childbirth classes? You can take a childbirth class as early during pregnancy as you are comfortable with; around 26 weeks pregnant is fine, and earlier is fine too. All students leave class with a maintenance program to continue working on at home

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Why do birthing classes cost so much?

Why do birthing classes cost so much?

A few hundred dollars for birthing classes? Why shouldn’t I just take the free or low-cost hospital class and call it a day? Why not online classes? Online classes from the comfort of your home are appealing. I get it. (PJs and fuzzy slippers? Yes, please.) And

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