Daisy Active Birth Workshop

/ Emma Lowe / Daisy Active Birth Workshop

Class Description

A workshop for all those who are pregnant and their birth companion that will not only cover all of the basics of antenatal education and an active, informed birth but give you both the space to prepare as a team and confidently plan for your baby’s birthing day.

When it comes to preparing for your baby’s birth – making the time to prepare as a team with your birth partner in a way that works for you both and your own unique hopes can be challenging. The Daisy Birthing Active Birth Workshop helps all those who are pregnant and their birth companion prepare for an active and confident birth together. 

This second step of your continuous perinatal support takes the best elements of traditional antenatal education workshops and hypnobirthing and wraps all of these together in a powerful workshop that allows you the confidence that comes from realising you can both do this.

The Daisy Birthing Active Birth Workshop is for all those who are currently pregnant, and their birth companion. They are suitable to attend from around 30 weeks pregnant right up until baby’s birth and are adapted to suit all pregnancy related conditions with ease.

Workshops are delivered in one 4-hour session at a cost of £70 per birth team.

Your workshop is held on a Saturday afternoon at 1.15pm at the venue detailed below on various dates throughout the year. You can see all the Active Birth Workshop dates available in the drop down list shown.

I look forward to welcoming you to your Daisy Active Birth Workshop.

Venue

Liverpool Road Methodist Church Hall, Liverpool Road Methodist Church, Liverpool Road, Birkdale, Southport PR8 4PD

If you need any further information, please contact me via email.

emma-lowe@thedaisyfoundation.com

Additional information

Date

Saturday 20th August 2022 @ 1.15pm, Saturday 22nd October 2022 @ 1.15pm

Daisy Active Birth Workshop

£70.00

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