Wisconsin

 
Lisa Robinson WebCity: Green Bay
Name: Lisa Robinson
Email: lrobinson@birthbootcamp.com
Website: www.greenbaybirth.birthbootcamp.biz
Lisa is a wife to a wonderfully supportive husband, homeschooling mom to 8 children, DONA trained doula, certified breastfeeding specialist and a certified childbirth educator with Birth Boot Camp. In her spare time she is also a board member with the local APC (Adolescent Parenting Coalition) and co-partner of Green Bay Teen Birth Services, which provides volunteer pregnancy, birth and postpartum services to teen parents.
All of Lisa’s children were birthed in a hospital where she has had 1 medicated, 1 medicated/induced, 2 c-sec, and 4 all natural births. After seeing all the constant changes that have taken place over the last 25 years, since her first pregnancy, she realized the need for couples to know their options and to be informed so that they can make the right decisions for them. Lisa started a real passion for educating after the pregnancy and first c-sec in 2010 with her 7th child where there was a lot of inconsistencies among the providers and lack of informed consent. This sent her into researching maternity care in the united states and beginning her journey of advocating for changes. When you take a Birth Boot Camp class with Lisa, you can be assured it will be in a relaxed setting feeling very supported in your decisions, without judgement … Resulting in couples feeling confident that when they complete their class they will be prepared for their upcoming blessed event!
 
Nika Michaels WebCity: Rosendale
Name: Nika Michaels
Email:  nika@heartfeltbeginnings.com
Website: www.heartfeltbeginnings.com
Nika recently left active duty service in the Navy to be a stay-at-home mom to a very lively, one year old son. She is a full time college student,
currently finishing a degree in Human Services and planning to pursue further education in Perinatal Hospice. After two unfortunate pregnancy
losses, she became interested in and passionate about everything related to healthy pregnancy and birth. In 2012, with her third pregnancy, she
overcame several obstacles to have an amazing natural birth in a military hospital. (It was the first the nurses had seen in 10 years!) She strongly
believes that education, nutrition, and confidence are paramount, no matter where or how you choose to give birth. She is excited to give her
students the positive support they need to feel confident in their birth decisions, as well as continued support during postpartum. She also has experience with breastfeeding, exclusive pumping, and baby wearing.