Birthing for Partners

The class is designed for first time partners who haven’t had the time to do the research or read the books, as well those going back for a second or third round who weren’t well prepared the first time. It’s a safe environment to ask the questions and learn the ways to make your involvement really count.

Birthing for Couples

The class is designed for first time couples who have done the classes but are still not feeling confident about what they need to do, as well those going back for a second or third round who feel they want to improve their outcomes.

If you would like to be notified of further dates please send us a note.

Are you expecting soon? Do you live in London UK?

This fun, lively and informative Practical Birthing for Partners or Birthing for Couples Workshop might be for you.

It’s a one-time, masterclass specifically designed for partners or for couples going in to labour – particularly those with no previous experience or knowledge.

You’ll learn:

  • The stages of labour (and what you should be doing during each stage)
  • What you should never say to a woman in labour
  • When should you go to the hospital
  • How to make childbirth easier and faster for your partner
  • How to time contractions (and why it’s important)
  • Positions and massage techniques to assist the labouring mother
  • Simple Breathing techniques to reduce stress

All this (and a lot more), is covered in this lively evening workshop where the atmosphere is informal and conversational. Best of all, you’ll get to ask the questions you haven’t been able to get answers on Google for – including the gross ones.

The program will equip you with the practical knowledge you need to play an active and supportive role on the big day, and have a memorable and empowering experience.


The event will take place at Blooms London – a two-minute walk from Old Street Station.

Due to limited seating capacity, tickets are strictly limited.


Programme for the Day

6pm – 7pm: Terminology, roles and process

7pm – 8pm: Phases of labour and what to do during each stage

8pm – 9pm: What happens next and key things to remember

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