Posts Categorized: Natural Childbirth

Win Doula Training Discount!

doula training discount

  Win Doula Training Discount! To celebrate Wold Doula Week, Birth Boot Camp DOULA has organized a contest. You can win a doula training discount for our very own Birth Boot Camp DOULA training! We believe that doulas can make birth better, improve the experience for the birthing mother, her partner, her baby, and her… Read more »

What It Means To Be A Birth Boot Camp Instructor

What is involved in being a Birth Boot Camp instructor.

We can’t even express how much we appreciate our 120+ instructors. From those joining us now, to that first group who took a chance with a new company, they are amazing, dedicated and intelligent women who strive every day to make birth better for women and their partners. Today we share a post from one… Read more »

No Certification Births For Birth Boot Camp DOULAS

No Certification Births For Birth Boot Camp DOULAS

No Certification Births For Birth Boot Camp DOULAS Tradition is wonderful, but sometimes it becomes necessary to question why a certain tradition lives on. In the doula certification world, there is a long tradition of “certification births” that must be finished before you are officially a doula. While there are good intentions behind the certification… Read more »

Preview Of “Supporting Arms,” Birth Boot Camp DOULA’s Client Booklet

supporting arms booklet

Preview Of “Supporting Arms,” Birth Boot Camp DOULA’s Client Booklet Every Birth Boot Camp DOULA client receives the incredible “Supporting Arms” booklet from their Birth Boot Camp DOULA. We are so proud of this little book and our doulas love it. The “Supporting Arms” booklet contains wonderful and useful information for both the doula and… Read more »

5 Secrets to Breastfeeding Success

5 Secrets To Breastfeeding Success

5 Secrets to Breastfeeding Success We have all heard about breastfeeding and the benefits it can have for baby. There are posters in hospitals and waiting rooms and WIC offices. Yet when it comes down to actually breastfeeding exclusively for the recommended six months (and six more after solids are started), success rates are low…. Read more »