Childbirth Education, Caring For Newborn, Breast/Chestfeeding Prep Workshop and Infant Safety CPR | SAVE $88!
with Ayelet Kaznelson, IBCLC, Terry Richmond and Common Sense CPR
Babies don’t come out holding a buyer’s guide! So let us help you prepare for birth and beyond with our Prepared Parent Bundle.
These 4 essential workshops will help you prepare for the unknown of labor and birth and equip you with the knowledge and confidence to care for your newborn. You will feel empowered and ready to thrive in early parenthood.
Optional dates: October 3 & 4 | November 7 & 8 | December 5 & 6 | January 23 & 24
By taking a childbirth education class, expectant parents explore the unknown landscape of labor, birth and early postpartum. Students delve into the stages of labor, emotional signposts of labor, labor support, pain management techniques and coping skills, breathing and relaxation, labor and birthing positions, interventions and complications and so much more.
New parents emerge feeling equipped to handle the uncertainty of birth and be a part of the decision making process which can lead to a more satisfying birth experience, even if the birth unfolds differently than anticipated.
Optional dates: October 4 | November 8 | December 6 | January 10
Are you prepared for life with a newborn? Do you know what to expect in those first few days and weeks at home? If you feel like you could use some guidance and expert advice, then our Caring For Your Newborn workshop is perfect for you.
Newborn care specialist Ayelet Kaznelson uses anecdotes and props for hands-on learning, making the workshop a fun and indelible way to learn and remember new skills. Includes plenty of time for Q&A.
Optional dates: September 16 *| October 18 | November 15 | December 13
Prenatal breast/chestfeeding classes are designed for the pregnant person who wants to prepare for their breast/chestfeeding experience, and for their partner or support person so that they can participate in supporting the expectant person’s feeding goals.
Optional dates: September 20 | October 18 | November 22 | December 13
Now, perhaps more than ever, parents and caregivers should be concerned about the safety and well being of their little ones. The dangers directly associated with Covid-19 and the indirect dangers associated with being restricted to the home, make safety, and first aid paramount to everyone’s emergency plan. Give yourself an advantage when creating a safe environment for your family: prepare for emergencies in our CPR and Safety classes. This class helps parents and caregivers care for and protect infants and children.
Terry Richmond is a certified childbirth educator. She uses her experience as an active labor support doula, yoga instructor, and mother to offer a well-rounded, accessible curriculum. As a doula, she has assisted couples through a very wide range of birth choices and experiences. It is her goal to teach the full spectrum of options a couple has when preparing for their birth, and then to support them unconditionally. In the case that Terry is attending a birth, another certified childbirth educator will teach the class in her place.
Ayelet Kaznelson, IBCLC (International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant), CD (DONA) has 16 years experience as a lactation consultant. Ayelet teaches group and private prenatal breastfeeding classes, newborn care and has also developed a comprehensive lactation workshop for doulas. Her philosophy and practice is holistic, non judgmental yet evidence-based.
Vanessa Anton has worked with families as a doula, a childbirth educator, and as a parenting educator for more 15 years. After completing her medical training in the emergency care field, she embarked on making CPR more accessible to families and started Common Sense CPR 10 years ago. Vanessa is a certified Childbirth Educator, Certified Doula, Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, E.M.T., American Heart Association B.L.S. Instructor, American Red Cross Instructor and Child Passenger Safety Technician.
Geoff Gohacki has been a professional chef and teacher for over 15 years and first became interested in emergency response after preforming first aid on one of his students. Geoff has two young boys who like to live on the wild side. Because of this, Geoff has focused on child safety and responding to emergencies involving children. A student before a teacher, Geoff is constantly researching and learning the newest techniques in CPR, AED, First Aid and Child Passenger Safety. Geoff is an American Heart Association BLS Instructor and an American Red Cross certified instructor of CPR, AED, and First Aid. He is also a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.