You've reached the end of your pregnancy. Your due date has passed and still no baby. Fortunately, there are some safe non-invasive ways to give your baby a gentle nudge down the birth canal.
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Your baby is here! But you're so busy taking care of your little one that you forget to take care of yourself. Sound familiar? But did you know that good nutrition is super important for new moms- whether your breastfeeding your baby or you're simply helping your body heal from childbirth.
The ability to experience childbirth with ease, control and effectiveness- that's what the Alexander Technique is all about. Learn more about this method which not only helps during labor and delivery, but is used by professionals all over the world.
You’re thinking about giving birth at home. Well, how do you know if that’s the best decision for you and your family?
We're kicking off our ongoing series focusing on the different methods you can use to stay strong and in control during your labor and delivery. In this episode, we'll explore the philosophies and guiding principles to Birthing From Within.
We're continuing our series to help you choose the best health care providers for your birth. In this episode, we'll explore the role of a midwife. What are a midwife's primary responsibilities and how can you find the right one for you?
If you’re thinking about having an unmedicated birth… you may have a lot of questions about what is actually needed in order to give birth. Like where should you birth your baby?
When trying for an unmedicated birth… can you eat and drink if you get hungry or thirty? That’s the big question… because it takes a lot of energy to push a baby out of your body and you’re going to need all the help you can get.
Planning to have an unmedicated birth? What exactly does that mean, and how can you best prepare for it? Today we're joined by Hehe Stewart, creator of the Birth Lounge and host of the Birth Lounge podcast.
Unfortunately, the perfect birth plan we picture in our minds unravels during labor and delivery leading to serious medical intervention, such as a cesarean. How do you begin to heal from this unexpected turn of events and learn to embrace your birth experience?