Did you have a previous traumatic or non so pleasant labor and delivery?
Want this one to be different? How about easier?
Ready to regain confidence that your body can go through the miracle of childbirth again? You have it in you, you just need to find it.
Looking for guidance to psych you up for labor day?
Scared you won't be able to cope with labor pains? You're stronger than you think.
Are you a momma that likes small group learning?
If you answered yes to ANY of these questions, this LIVE class is for you!
Below the Bump LIVE is ideal for pregnant women looking for more confidence and awareness of their body for labor and delivery. It focuses on pelvic health and self care techniques for the pelvic floor during pregnancy, labor, delivery and beyond.
This 2 hour interactive class is designed to improve your awareness of the pelvic floor that supports your growing baby, and teach you strategies to avoid things like hemorrhoids and not peeing your pants. But that's not all.
Let's connect the dots between your mind, hormones, and pain that affects your body during the childbirth process. Get ready for the light bulb to go on.
In this course you'll learn:
How to reframe your experience with childbirth
How to tame your fears during labor day
How to avoid the roadblocks that can stall labor
Strategies to support your pelvic floor through pregnancy
Exercises to get your body physically ready for childbirth
How to get your mind in the zone for birthing
Movements to prepare your pelvis and make space for your baby
A variety of tools to avoid unnecessary medical intervention
How to push and what your body needs to do to deliver
The course breakdown: 4 domains to prepare you for an amazing pregnancy.
This course is for you if:
You're a momma that likes face to face learning
You prefer small group style learning experience to hear other's questions and concerns
You want this childbirth to be different, but don't know where to start or what to read
You want to learn how to tap into your innate ability to birth
The word "push" during birth scares you and you're not quite sure how to do it
This course is not for you if:
You don't like live courses
You're already ready for an amazing childbirth
You don't want guidance through pregnancy and beyond
You are uncomfortable with the words vagina, vulva and anus
Your due date is less than a week away. It's best to learn the strategies early for practice.
You prefer to just wing it
You aren't pregnant
You don't live in NY or don't want to travel here, instead opt for the ONLINE version HERE
What are you waiting for? Join the class, it's kept small for your learning pleasure. Space is limited.
Saturday, July 6; 12:30 - 2:30pm
Saturday, October 26; 12:30 - 2:30pm
This 2 hour class is $60 (partners are welcome to join - no extra charge).
Hear it from the classmates
" I attended Dr. Ashley Hocutt’s “Below The Bump” prenatal pelvic prep class in my 28th week of pregnancy… I have carried what I learned that day with me the whole rest of the way! And I know it will help me have a foundation for postpartum as well. Between practicing proper breath work, learning how to be aware of my pelvic floor, and learning appropriate movements/exercises, we were left with many resources to help ourselves and feel empowered. (EVERYONE in the class admitted to the misunderstanding of the kegel exercise, so this is reason enough for every pregnant woman to learn this information!) Dr. Ashley’s perspective on mindset about labor and delivery are also very important for all pregnant women AND their partners. Easing fear, emphasizing the incredible, natural processes of birth, and providing specific prep exercises (that we mastered in the class) impact the expectant mom in extremely beneficial ways that she won’t get from any other birth provider. This class is a must for new moms and moms who want a better experience for a new birth.
As a chiropractor, I care very much about and understand the importance of the pelvis and nervous system connections. So I regularly refer my patients to Dr. Ashley for her expertise in this field. Thank you, Dr. Ashley, for everything you do! "