Welcome to my website!

I hope that you can find what you're looking for and information to assist in building your birth journey. Here you'll discover what I provide through HypnoBirthing classes, doula services, lists of local resources to connect with others in the community and online links to research and help you make informed decisions to start you off.

Please inquire if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you.


  Win a referral gift for a FREE In-Hospital Newborn Session from Boundless Love photography. This is open to any of my current expectant clients or anyone else who gives a referral to my class. In order to qualify for this opportunity, the expectant mother referred MUST enroll and pay for one of the upcoming series in April. You must also be delivering before June 1, 2014 to receive the photography session. This offer cannot be included with the $50 tuition offer for deployed mother. First referral that qualifies will win the session.


Brand New June Series Open.

Only a couple spaces open for April series.

These are 5 week classes, held once a week.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014- May 20, 2014 from 6:30pm- 9:00pm

Sunday,April 27, 2014-May 25, 2014 from 6:30pm-9:00pm

      Sunday June 1, 2014- June 29, 2014 from

                             6:30-9:00 p.m.

 

I am opening each class for a discount to one mother who's spouse is deployed not TDY. Once the slot is filled there will be no more openings for that series. Please contact me to make sure you are eligible and the space is available.

Click here for more details about the location, fees, and schedule.

 


Houghton's Birth Story

We had one of those proverbial “best laid plans”.  We knew exactly how we wanted Houghton’s birth to play out and in true Type-A fashion, we took classes, practiced, visualized, planned, and typed up our birth plan to make it happen.  Using HypnoBirthing techniques and with the help of our doula, we’d have a natural childbirth with minimal medical interventions.  I was to receive Houghton myself and put him immediately on my abdomen for skin-to-skin contact.  We’d delay clamping of the cord and the administration of all medications for at least 2 hours in order to bond.  I’d attempt to breastfeed him immediately.  Our midwife had reviewed our birth plan and confirmed that aside from any complications, there would be no problems with us having the birth we wanted.  Ha!  Clearly little Howie didn’t get the memo. 

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