Birth Conference in Provo

by Rebecca on September 12, 2013

I just heard about an amazing birth conference held in Provo, Utah on Saturday, September 21, 2013.  Go here for more information.  If you register by September 18th, use the code “valuepages” for special pricing: only $39 for the entire day of awesome classes, and it includes lunch!

 

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New pregnancy website

by Rebecca on September 7, 2010

I have found a new pregnancy website that I think will be helpful for those who want to learn more about their options during pregnancy, labor and birth.

www.mothersadvocate.org

Injoy videos produces many high quality, informative childbirth education videos.  They have started this website which includes several detailed papers as well as video clips that cover topics ranging from choosing a care provider, information about induction, suggestions for pushing, to how to receive the best support during labor & birth.

Check it out, I think you’ll find something really useful!

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What is a Doula?

May 14, 2010

When I first became a doula in 2002, I heard this question a lot! “What is a doula?” Eight years later, I still hear this question, but not quite as often.  As more and more women are choosing to make their own choices for how they want their birth to be, doulas are more widely […]

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Gentle Birth Choices

May 3, 2010

Why Gentle Birth Choices?  When beginning my childbirth business, I wanted to choose a name that would focus on what I feel are the two most important aspects of birth: 1) Women and babies should be treated with respect and love, in other words, they should be treated gently. 2) There are countless ways to […]

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Doula and Childbirth Education Blog Coming Soon!

June 9, 2009

I’m looking forward to sharing information with you through this blog.  If you have any questions you would like me to address, please feel free to submit them in the comments or email me at rebecca [at] gentlebirthchoices [dot] com.

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