Monthly Archives: July 2013

Rules for Talking to a Laboring Woman

Preparing for birth is a unique time in a woman’s life. Many women spend their lives looking outward, seeking to serve others. But in labor and birth a woman has the opportunity to be at the center for a brief moment, and to have those around her serve her, listen to her, and help her… Read more »

Instructor Spotlight: Rachel Johnson

The backbone of Birth Boot Camp lies in our amazing instructors. Our natural birth instructors can now be found from coast to coast and more are training all the time. We love working with these wonderful women and watching them change lives through education. Today we are featuring an interview with one of our earliest… Read more »

Birth of Axle

We have the privilege today of sharing a birth story from one of our students.  We are so grateful to them for sharing such a private event with all of us and so glad that they had a great birth.  Education really does make a difference! The Birth of Axle I think my biggest fear… Read more »

Prep Work for Pregnancy

Good nutrition in the 3 months leading up to when you conceive can help you get ready to create a safe and nutritious haven for your unborn and rapidly developing baby. The first 3-8 weeks of pregnancy are vital for fetal development. This is often before you even know you are pregnant! So planning and… Read more »

Choosing a provider: Understanding the medical and midwifery models of care

What is the difference between the midwifery and the medical model of care? One of the first decisions that a woman makes, after her discovery of pregnancy, is her choice of care provider. In most countries, there are two basic care providers available- the obstetrician and the midwife. There are many factors that contribute to… Read more »