Childbirth Education Class Series
Join us to prepare for childbirth and your baby’s arrival into your family! We kindly ask that you commit to attending both classes to get the full experience.
The first class on May 13 will cover labor preparation and birth wishes, the typical course of labor, and comfort measures for labor and delivery. The second class on May 20 will focus on developing a coping mindset, informed consent, infant feeding, and postpartum care. With a strengths-based approach, we help you to uncover that you have the tools you need to prepare for the unexpected and we offer you a sense of how to approach the many ways labor, birth, and the postpartum period can unfold.
Classes are FREE OF CHARGE and will include space for sharing and connecting with other parents. Open to pregnant folks and their partners, labor companions, support people. Food and materials provided. Masks are required to be worn inside our building — thank you.
THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL.
For more info/questions, contact Heaven Lee Kim, email@example.com
About the Teachers
Hope Logghe (she/her) IBCLC, LMT of Jade Heart Perinatal Care is a mother, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Licensed Massage Therapist, doula, and mother who grew up in Española, NM. She is a believer in the innate ability we each have to grow strong healthy families and the importance of seeking support along the way. She has offered perinatal support to families since 2008. She helped coordinate the community-based doula program at TWU. She also served as a milk donor screener and bereavement program coordinator at the Mid-Atlantic Mothers’ Milk Bank in Pennsylvania. She offers childbirth education, postpartum support, grief space holding sessions, and lactation consultations to new parents. Please contact Hope at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Tauz TamuPovi is a Queer Black and Indigenous woman, she and her teenage daughter reside in their homelands of San Ildefonso Pueblo New Mexico. Tauz is a Trauma Recovery Specialist, traditional healer, perinatal community health worker, certified lactation counselor and birth attendant. Tauz incorporates teachings from her family lineage from San Ildefonso Pueblo as well as teachings that have been shown to her through ceremony, prayer and ancestral knowledge through her Trinidadian and African lineage. As a facilitator and clinician, she practices massage therapy, energy work, Reiki, healing touch, chakra balancing and Somatic Archaeology, a healing modality focused on working with body awareness to unlock stories of personal and generational trauma from our bodies, allowing room for reconciliation, healing and personal growth. Visit Tauz’s website at tauztamupovi.com