Antenatal Courses



800 families and counting

I have a variety of support and workshops that I run regularly that suit all parents at different stages. I am frequently adding workshops all the time and always create a WhatsApp group so that the supportive network can continue long after you’ve finished a course.

If you are interested in learning about pregnancy, labour and birth or parenting challenges, I have a course.

Anyone interested in a supportive group course, giving research & evidence based information, an opportunity for pregnant mums and partners to meet other local parents due at similar dates, discuss labour choices, relaxation techniques, labour positions, pain relief, postnatal concerns and breastfeeding advice and access to many support networks in the area.

By the end of every one of my courses, you’ll feel more confident about birth, parenting, feeding, sleep and have strategies that suit your choices as well as have a great support network of like minded friends.

Your parenting journey can start here on the right path for you.

Antenatal Course

By the end of the course, you’ll feel more confident about birth and parenting, have a birth plan that suits your choices and if you’re in a group, you’ll have a great support network of like minded friends.

Courses are either as part of a group or on a 1:1 basis

  • 1:1: 2 x 2 hour sessions
  • Group Course: 4 x 1 ½ hour sessions
£150  Group  | £200  1 : 1
1:1 Consultation

A consultation is gentle, personalised and is appropriate for you, your baby’s age and the family’s needs.  I will look at so much more than the initial question.

  • 1 hr Consultation

I travel 20 miles from SP5 4AE and charge 45p/mile to and from this postcode.

£40 /hr
Refresher Course

You may be pregnant with a subsequent child and need a few sessions to refresh your knowledge or introduce your partner to family life. 

  • 4 x 1 ½ hour sessions
£150  Group | £200  1:1 

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