Practical handbooks for Labour & Birth

 Written by Janine Rudin, an experienced antenatal teacher and birth doula

I have provided a range of antenatal classes and 1:1 support for expectant parents since 2002 and these handbooks are informative,
practical and straightforward to get you better prepared for the birth of your baby.


The Labour & Birth Handbooks
16 practical guides to labour and birth

  1. Early Labour
  2. Established Labour
  3. Giving Birth
  4. Relax & Breathe
  5. Birth Support
  6. Pain Relief
  7. Labour & Birth Checklist
  8. Tips for Labour & Birth
  9. Your Birth Bag
  10. Your Birth Plan
  11. Caesarean Birth
  12. Going Over Your Due Date
  13. Being Induced
  14. Meeting Your Baby
  15. Your Body After Birth
  16. Delivering Your Placenta

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For more support and information to prepare for the birth of your baby you can: book onto a course, book a 1:1 session or a phone or skype consultation | janine@birthandbabyco.com

 

Janine
antenatal educator, doula, postnatal group leader, baby massage instructor, parent life coach

The Birth, Baby & Family Centre | My training and experience

I have worked with expectant parents since 2002 and I have taught antenatal classes almost weekly since 2005.
I am NCT-trained and, due to my knowledge, training and experience, I am able to provide information, support and reassurance for all expectant parents. My sessions are friendly and informal – not like a classroom – with small groups and 1:1 sessions so you can ask questions and gather all the information you need. In addition to general birth preparation, I specialise in being parent-focused so I can provide support for specific issues such as birth anxiety, giving birth again, being induced, planned caesareans and homebirths.

I am a mum of three and I have also worked as a birth doula, so I have attended a number of births.

 

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