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Our standard 4-week childbirth preparation course will help you and your support companion prepare physically, mentally, and emotionally for your labor, birth, and postpartum experience.
We’ll demonstrate and practice a variety of coaching, breathing, and relaxation techniques.
We’ll also cover the birth process, pain management during labor, decision making, and the transition to parenthood.
St. Luke's Center for Community health also offers customized childbirth education for parents with unique needs (high risk, bed rest) or scheduling conflicts.
Refreshers are designed to provide a review of information and/or sibling preparation tips for parents who have taken previous courses.
Interested participants should call St. Luke's Center for Community Health to discuss their needs.
Call the number below to register for our Childbirth Preparation series or to discuss a custom or refresher course.
1. Registration is required. Registration will help us manage class sizes, which must not exceed room capacity. Please mention any accompanying family or support people in your registration.
2. Masks are required. Facilitators and participants need to wear masks at all times, regardless of your vaccination status. We will provide medical procedural masks at the door.
3. Everyone will need to use hand sanitizer when entering the classroom and after returning from any breaks.
4. We will no longer offer food or beverages. You may bring your own snacks and drinks to be enjoyed on breaks away from the classroom. We encourage you to take them outside and away from others if possible. You may drink your own water in classes lasting longer than an hour, but we you must still wear your mask between drinks.
You take care of others, so take care of yourself. Let us be your partner in health, whether you're recovering from an injury, checking in for your annual exam, or enjoying an online class.
Because when you take care of yourself, everyone around you benefits.