Confidently prepare for a positive birth experience – Join The Birth Class
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An informative and comforting 5-part audio course that will guide you through the first 12 weeks of pregnancy
Perhaps you’re feeling little (or a lot) nauseous and you’re not really sure what you need to do next.
The first trimester is typically quite lonely and many women admit that it’s significantly challenging — physically, mentally and emotionally.
You probably have a lot of questions right now and you’re not really sure who to trust or where to go for answers.
I have gathered a range of perinatal specialists who each share their tips, advice and knowledge on a variety of topics including:
Let’s look at exactly what you’ll learn inside the course.
In this episode I chat to prenatal yoga teacher, mother-of-four and published author, Jodi Wilson about your first GP appointment. We discuss:
In this episode, dietician, nutritionist and mother-of-two, Heidi Sze takes you through:
Perinatal Psychologist Phillipa Cannan talks to us about mental health in the first trimester:
Midwife Lauretta shares simple, helpful and heartfelt advice for navigating the physical challenge of the first trimester. She also explains:
I chat to Bonnie, a mum-of-two and student midwife who explains the role of a student midwife, the best way to find one and what the experience can offer you.
This program is yours for life. Turn to it again and again over the course of your current and any future pregnancies.
Convenient Audio Format
Tune in from the comfort of your own home, or take with you on a walk or in the car. All the information you need for an empowered birth experience, available any time.
Affordable Access to the Wisdom of 5 Specialists
Access the insight of 5 leading industry specialists for less than the cost of one consultation.
Hi there, I’m Sophie — host of the top-rated weekly podcast Australian Birth Stories (9 million downloads and counting), creator of educational programs for pregnancy and motherhood, and mother to 3 boys under 8.
I have a Masters in Public Health, and for as long as I can remember, I’ve been deeply interested in babies and birth; a fascination that only amplified when I became pregnant with my eldest son, Niko.
Despite planning for a drug-free birth centre birth, what unfolded was a lengthy 36 hour labour with a hospital transfer, induction, epidural, episiotomy, forceps, and a postpartum haemorrhage...