BETTER BODIES. BETTER BIRTHS. BORN READY!
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Born Ready has been designed for anyone giving birth. Whether it be a home birth or a hospital birth. A vaginal birth or a caesarean birth.
We believe that there is no one right way to give birth. The “right way” will be different for each and every person.
We believe that you are more powerful than you can ever imagine.
We believe that your birth experience can be a positive one, no matter what happens on that day.
We believe that preparing your physical body as well as your mental body is key.
We believe that you need to be an active part of the decision-making process. To do this you need knowledge.
We believe that there are simple things that you could do to help your body and mind recover.
Born Ready is recommended for those 20 -36 weeks pregnant.
It is a short course, 4.5 hours long. 8am- 12.30pm on a Saturday morning.
The course is split up into three sections as outlined below.
Before Birth: The aim of this section is to teach you how to look after your body in pregnancy – how to avoid pain, how to avoid abdominal separation and how to best prepare your pelvic floor for birth. You will also learn how to optimise your baby’s position in your belly for a smoother birth.
Birth: Learn how hormones create labour and birth and how assistance or intervention can change this process. We will practice ‘Birth Skills’ which can be very helpful in managing labour pain. You will learn how to spin your baby should your labour not progress. You will learn how to effectively ‘push’ at second stage and also what to do when you baby is crowning (stretching your pelvic floor).
Beyond Birth: This is often an area that women don’t know they need to know about until they get there. You will learn simple things that can be done to help your postnatal recovery. And you will learn one major thing that must be done in order to prevent problems in the future.
Born Ready is recommended to be a part of your antenatal education. It is not a stand alone course and we recommend attending at the very least your hospital based course as well.