Dallas/Fort Worth, TX:

SpringHill Suites

2240 W. Grapevine Mills Circle

Grapevine, Texas 76051


When making reservations, please ask for the Birth Boot Camp rate: $129 per night.

An all suites hotel in Grapevine, TX convenient to the DFW Airport, Grapevine Mills Outlet Mall, and the Gaylord Texan. Free shuttle service to/from DFW Airport is available and even within a 5-mile radius of the hotel. Complimentary hot breakfast buffet daily, as well as a light dinner and happy hour offered Monday-Thursday.

Denver, Colorado:

1845 Sherman Street - Denver, CO 80203

When making reservations, please ask for the reserved room rate of $159 per night with Birth Boot Camp.

Start your day with Hampton’s free hot breakfast or grab a free On the Run Breakfast Bag, available Monday to Friday for a quick, healthy meal to go. Unwind in a guest room or accessible room offering one-king or two-queen bed room types. We offer one-bedroom, studio, and two-story suites with one-king or two-queen beds. Our rooms and suites feature a 37-inch flat panel HD TV with cable, video games and pay per view movies, a lap desk, mini-bar, mini-refrigerator, microwave and free WiFi. Enjoy staying at a hotel that offers thoughtful services and amenities while putting you in the heart of the city.


For those who would like to share a room with a fellow trainee, there will be an opportunity to get this organized once you have paid your deposit. You will be responsible for working out all details, including financial, pertaining to your arrangement.

We encourage long-term breastfeeding and want nursing mothers to be included. Training, however, is intensive, requiring long hours and a quiet room, so that all who have invested their time and money can hear and participate. Training also requires that all be able to participate in relaxation and various other floor exercises. If you are nursing a baby or child, you must have someone with you who can bring your baby to you and take them out of the training room when they are done feeding. This enables both the nursing mother and others in attendance to maximize their workshop experience. Regretfully, we will have to ask people to leave if they are being disruptive or are unable to participate.

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