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07/11/2024 Boulder, CO

Body Ready Birth Partner Workshop

Learn EXACTLY what to do, when, and why during each stage of your birthing process!

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Charlize's Birth Story

Baby L was born at 5:09 pm on November 16, 2023. Her gestational age was 39 weeks and 3 days. She was 7 pounds 10 ounces, and 19.3 inches long. She is absolutely perfect. Thank you, Baby L for giving us this experience. We are excited and eager for o

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Ways to Pay for a Doula

Almost all of the doulas I know want to be able to make their services accessible and so we do our best to offer ways to pay that will fit with your budget. Here are some ideas on how to pay for a doula! My favorite is using your registry and addin

Carlie D
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Your body knows how to give birth safely

Aarica McClary
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Enhancing Pregnancy with Chiropractic Care

Aarica McClary
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Use your BRAIN when making decisions

Aarica McClary
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Minnesota Newborn & Motherhood Photographer

Jennifer B
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Did you know?

Jessica Bair
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Labor Pain Cycle

Jessica Bair
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What to ask your Doula

Jessica Bair
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Ideas to support a bereaved family

Jessica Bair
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Benefits of Labor and Birth in an upright position

Talena Cawthon
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Preeclampsia a life-threatening complication that requires medical attention

Talena Cawthon
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Benefits of Talking to your Newborn

Talena Cawthon
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4 Ways to reduce Perineal Tearing during birth

Talena Cawthon
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6 Things to Include on your Birth Plan about pushing

Talena Cawthon
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Ways to Support the 4th Trimester

Talena Cawthon
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Babies start to smile socially between 6-8 weeks of age?

McKayla Broadhurst
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7 Things to do before baby arrives

McKayla Broadhurst
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You have an Increased Risk of Postpartum Depression if...

McKayla Broadhurst
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Baby Hunger Cues

McKayla Broadhurst
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Can Postpartum Doulas Provide Lactation Support?

McKayla Broadhurst
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5 Myths & Facts about Postpartum Doulas

McKayla Broadhurst
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Be as silent or noisy as you'd like

Shanna Hinrichs
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You should be emptying your bladder as much as possible during labor

Shanna Hinrichs
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You are not alone

Shanna Hinrichs
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The safest kind of labor is when it's left alone

Shanna Hinrichs
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Sometimes, things do not go as planned and a home birth turns into a hospital transfer.

Shanna Hinrichs
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What does it mean to walk as a Midwife?

Shanna Hinrichs
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Power Pumping

Melissa Mancini, CNM, RN, IBCLC
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Increase Milk Supply

Melissa Mancini, CNM, RN, IBCLC
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How can an IBCLC help?

Melissa Mancini, CNM, RN, IBCLC
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Total Healing requires attention to the Body, Mind, Spirit, Family, Community & Environment

Jacqueline George
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A mother planning a home birth

Jacqueline George
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Midwives

Jacqueline George
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A Birth Plan HAS POWER

Jacqueline George
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THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU COULD DECLINE IN LABOR

Katy Iengo
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THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU COULD DECLINE IN LABOR

Katy Iengo
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THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU COULD DECLINE IN LABOR

Katy Iengo
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THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU COULD DECLINE IN LABOR

Katy Iengo
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Doula Fact

Katy Iengo
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5 things to ask your provider

Katy Iengo
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5 IMPORTANT WAYS TO PREP FOR BIRTH

Katy Iengo
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Birth is Raw

Taryn Goodwin
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A good midwife knows when to sit on her/his hands and when to use them.

Taryn Goodwin
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The Stop Light

Taryn Goodwin
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Homebirth: Not just for hippies.

Taryn Goodwin
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Transfers are not "failed homebirths"

Taryn Goodwin
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Birth is not a spectator sport

Taryn Goodwin
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Women deserve to be healthy

Nicole & Bethany
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