Childbirth Preparation Series

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Prenatal Breastfeeding Class

by  -  July 11th, 2017


Pre-natal Breastfeeding Class

by  -  June 14th, 2017


Pre-natal Breastfeeding Class

by  -  July 9th, 2016


Pre-natal Breastfeeding Class

by  -  June 20th, 2016


Pre-natal Breastfeeding Class in April

by  -  March 31st, 2016


Pre-natal Breastfeeding Classes This Summer

by  -  June 9th, 2015

Pre-natal Breastfeeding Classes

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Pre-natal Breastfeeding Class

by  -  March 31st, 2015

Mothers Guild will be offering a pre-natal breastfeeding class on Monday, April 13th. Details follow.

Contact us to register today!

Breastfeeding Class Flyer

Monday, April 13, 6:30pm-9:00pm
Nan Tolbert Nurturing Center
555 Mahoney Avenue, Room 2, Oak View
$30 covers mother and partner or support person
To reserve a spot, call or e-mail Mothers Guild:

Breastfeeding is the natural way to feed your baby,
yet the skill of feeding your baby at the breast is learned.

Come discuss the following questions:
How will I help my baby breastfeed well?
What kind of behavior can I expect from my newborn baby?
How will I know my baby is getting enough milk?
How will I avoid or treat breastfeeding related pain?
What kind of challenges might I face in the first few weeks following my baby’s birth?
How will breastfeeding affect my lifestyle?
Where will I get help or support if I need it?

Fall Breastfeeding Classes

by  -  September 28th, 2014

Fall breastfeeding classes have been scheduled.
Please join us to prepare for breastfeeding your new baby.
Monday October 6th – 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Saturday November 15th – 9:30am to 12pm
Monday December 15th – 6:30pm to 9pm
All classes held at the Nan Tolbert Nurturing Center.
555 Mahoney Avenue, Room 2, Oak View, CA
Tuition is $30 per family.

Birth Preparation Classes Starting Soon

by  -  June 14th, 2014


We all come to the birth of our children carrying a lifetime of knowledge about birth. We’ve heard our mothers talk about our own births. Our friends who have already had children have shared with us about their births. We’ve read books and watched videos. Television shows and documentaries have warned, informed, and maybe even scared us a little. We are full of information about birth. But what do you need to know to give birth? What is the key piece of information that you may or may not yet have in your ken that will help you through that critical moment of your labor? In my childbirth classes we explore not only the physiology of labor, but also the journey through the landscape of your birth and what you, personally, will need to make that journey. Later this summer, Mothers Guild will begin a six week series on birth preparation for expecting parents. Please contact us for more information and dates.