Jul 14, 2018 | 9:00 AM | Saturday
Join International birth worker, Speaker & Spinning Babies Approved Trainer Tammy Ryan for a Spinning Babies Workshop!
Start on : July 14, 2018 9:00 AM Saturday
End on : July 14, 2018 5:00 PM Saturday
Hosted by Becky Stebbins – firstname.lastname@example.org
Understand the role of muscles and ligaments in preparation and progress in childbirth. Effects of posterior, solutions for transverse lie, and labor patterns when baby needs to rotate in the pelvis. Reduce unnecessary cesareans due to lack of progress in labor. Charge your practice with the new paradigm in childbirth by identifying where the baby is so you can:
*Align the uterus so baby can curl and enter the pelvis as a small, compact – and more active participant.
*Release tight ligaments or muscles which may pull or twist may relieve pelvic pain now or discomfort during birth.
*Open the pelvis to let baby move down during the birth process
Workshop is open to :
Labor & Delivery Nurses
Any practitioner working with pregnant/ laboring moms (Body Workers)
This workshop has been approved for 7 advanced Doula Training contact hours, 7 contact hours.
$175 USD until June 14th, then $200 USD Regular price. Cash at the door $225.
Please bring a pillow. If you have a yoga mat and/or a rebozo please bring those also.
We will work in pairs so if you don’t have the above we will put you with someone who does.
Babies in arms welcome.
100% if you miss for a birth, if I am contacted by 7am the day of the workshop
Email Approved Trainer Tammy Ryan at ServantHands123@aol.com
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