Posts Categorized: Natural Childbirth

Chiropractic Care For Pregnant Women

chiropractic care for pregnant women

Chiropractic Care For Pregnant Women Birth workers who pay attention have long realized that chiropractic care for pregnant women can make an incredible positive difference in the birth experience. This guest post from our resident chiropractic expert, Dr Kristin Hosaka, explains not just the benefit of chiropractic care for pregnant women, but exactly how it… Read more »

Birth Boot Camp Retreat, 2015

Supporting Arms, Birth Boot Camp Retreat, 2015

Birth Boot Camp Retreat, 2015 At Birth Boot Camp, we love educating couples through online and in-person childbirth classes. We also love watching our instructors and doulas grow in knowledge and education. Every three years (despite begging for more often) we have committed to hosting a Birth Boot Camp Retreat. A few months ago we… Read more »

Low Amniotic Fluid Levels

Low Amniotic Fluid Levels

Low Amniotic Fluid Levels About 4% of women will be diagnosed as having low amniotic fluid levels. The diagnosis of low fluid levels can bring feelings of worry and many questions about what this means for the mom and her baby. Each couple deserves to better understand this important diagnosis and how it can impact… Read more »

Birth Classes in San Antonio, TX

Childbirth Classes in San Antonio, TX

Birth Classes in San Antonio, TX We have incredible women teaching childbirth classes all over the country. Today we would like to introduce you to Valerie Lopez, who teaches birth classes in San Antonio, TX. If you are planning an amazing birth- you should take a birth class with her! First, could you introduce yourself?… Read more »

Strengthen The Pelvic Floor Without Kegels

strengthen the pelvic floor without kegels

Strengthen The Pelvic Floor Without Kegels What pregnant or post-baby mama doesn’t worry about their pelvic floor? Those sudden sneezes that make you need to clench up and cross your legs…they don’t have to be part of your life! Yes, the stressed or weakened pelvic floor is the culprit behind those “oops” moments. We all… Read more »