Home Birth/Water Birth Class
In this three hour class participants learn about all aspects of preparation for a planned home/water birth.
Research on safety of planned home birth
Who are suitable candidates?
Reasons families choose to birth at home
Working with life giving pain; optimizing birth pleasure hormones
Benefits of being at home
Current research on water birth; hydrotherapy
Planning/preparing for home/water birth
Practical Set up/Clean up: Supplies
Hospital Transfer: if/when/how?
Considerations for space, family, noise, pets
Investment: $65 per couple
2023 Dates: Saturdays April 8, June 10, Sept. 9, Dec 9 (Zoom classes)
This is a virtual class (Zoom) and is recorded. This class can be held privately in your home (Vancouver) or on Zoom. ($180)
Offered by Debra
Benefit from traditional healing wisdom with acupuncture during your pregnancy and birth.
Birth in the comfort of your own home while our intuitive support enhances your undisturbed birth.
“My partner and I found the home birth seminar to be very informative. We thought that a home birth aligned with our values and desires we hoped for in a birth, however we had A LOT of questions surrounding the risks and what would be involved. The informative session helped us be more confident in our decision making as we plan for our birth.”
“My husband and I attended the home birth seminar hosted by Debra at the Childbearing Society in February. We were sure we wanted to have a home birth but felt the information on home birth classes was limited. I was so happy to come across the home birth seminar by Debra and felt the seminar gave us great information on home birth, was an open and friendly environment and only made us feel more confident in our decision of having a home birth. Thank you Debra”
"This class was a great opportunity to learn the details about home birth to be able to separate myth from reality. For us, it gave us clarity that as long as my pregnancy continues to progress without complication that we can be more comfortable and equally safe at home. It also helped us from a very practical level to know what we need to have at home and the types of situations that would lead to transfer to a hospital."