Online Antenatal & Parentcraft Classes
In the Comfort of Your Home
Antenatal, Birth and Postnatal Education
Why NowBaby Live ?
|Covers pregnancy, birth & beyond|
|Birth partners welcome|
|Evidence based course|
|Led by qualified midwives & experts|
|Live & fully interactive|
|From the comfort of your own home|
|All your questions answered|
|Class recordings and notes available|
Our course of eight 90 minute Midwife-run Antenatal Classes from the comfort of your own home covering all aspects of pregnancy right through to baby first aid.
Eight classes £120 (Use code SPRING21 at checkout to receive your 25% discount)
Our 90 minute session is for the newly pregnant to understand the many changes that are happening, explore care options and receive vital information on keeping healthy in pregnancy before more formal antenatal care begins
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Antenatal Course Overview
Our course consists of 8 classes.
- Journey to Motherhood
- Preparing Mind and Body
- Labour and Birth Process
- Birth Managemement
- Your New Baby
- The New Mum
- Baby First Aid
What People Say….
Wonderfully informative and well presented. You clearly love your job and have such a passion for it. Thank you.
Thank you for the wonderful class yesterday. It was very informative and helpful I felt free and comfortable to express my fears and I enjoyed the support you provided. I am looking forward to part two.
A very informative and helpful course. The midwife was friendly and engaging. I’d definitely recommend it to other expectant mums!
It was a really good class. Very informative and good to hear. You cover multiple points and explained the pain relief clearly.
Advice and Tips
When you think of giving birth, most people tend to imagine a bed of some kind involved – with the birthing person lying on their back or maybe sitting up…..In reality, labour and birth involves a lot of moving around, dancing, swaying, squatting – and very little lying on a bed!
So firstly – what is your perineum? – Good question! It’s the area between your vaginal opening and your rectum (back passage). It includes the skin and your pelvic floor muscles….Throughout most of your life, you probably will not give your perineum a second thought. However, during pregnancy, your perineum will take on a greater significance as you prepare for childbirth.
Self-care is easily banded around these days and often used to refer to a multitude of things you must be doing – making it all feel quite exhausting!
As a new mum – whilst the idea of self-care probably sounds incredible and like total bliss, you’re probably thinking ‘well when am I going to get the time to schedule that in?’.