“How to Have an Indie Birth” ONLINE CLASS
Are you interested in discovering how your birth can be the most powerful experience of your life? First, you must own it. And we’d like to help.
After Birth: A Study Course on Postpartum Hemorrhage
Whether you are a mama, or a midwifery student, or even an experienced birth worker who wants to explore the ins and out of postpartum hemorrhage… this is for you. Watch Maryn’s short video explaining the 4 areas of exploration of this online course. Once you register, you can complete it at your own pace, when it works for you to explore all that we have set up.
DIY Prenatal Skills Mini-Course
Have you ever wondered how, why, and when certain things like urine strips or fundal height would be necessary in pregnancy? Or are they?
Do you know how to properly perform these “skills”, and do you know what the potential “results” mean, and how to respond to what you might find?
This mini course is for women who are choosing to do their own prenatal care as well as for women that want to be more empowered and informed in the process of conventional prenatal care. Childbirth educators, doulas and and midwifery students would benefit from this discussion too!
The Indie Birth Doula Project
If you are a doula, childbirth educator or serve women in birth in any way, this online training is for you! We want to teach and inspire you to change the paradigm of birth with us, one birth at a time.
The 90 Minute Guide to Having a Waterbirth
Get the information you need to prepare for your waterbirth.
Vaginal Steaming Class
Having recorded over seven hundred case studies, Keli Garza holds the only known research database on vaginal steaming. Learning from her customers’ experiences, she developed unique vaginal steam treatment protocols for different conditions, becoming a skillful practitioner able to treat a wide array of women’s health concerns.
Avoiding Primary or Repeat Cesareans: Everything You Need to Know and What They Won’t Tell
Come learn the truth about the rising rate of cesarean sections in the US and what you can do to avoid having one yourself. This class will benefit women who have never had a c-section as well as those planning VBACs after any number of previous c-sections.
The Birth Revolution Webinar
The Birth Revolution begins NOW. Join us for this powerful presentation that gets to the heart of the matter when it comes to birth and what is going on in the U.S. We are going to make it crystal clear that reclaiming your power in birth isn’t about the PLACE you birth or with WHOM, but about the underlying principles and philosophy you use to make those choices. This will be a fascinating and eye opening class that will finally give you “the material” to understand birth politics… and help you discover how to make a choice for yourself, or support others in their choices.
The Baby’s Not Coming! A Webinar on Prolonged Labor
We’ve helped and supported many women through “prolonged labor,” and would like to share our experience, knowledge and inspiration with you.
So, what do we do when babies don’t just “fall out”?
A Matter of Life and Death Part I: Neonatal Resuscitation with Karen Strange
In this lecture, Karen sheds light on the most common failures and misconceptions that come up in neonatal resuscitation. She explains the key failures as well as the key components to successfully breathing for a newborn.
A Matter of Life and Death Part II: Birth Case Studies with Karen Strange
In this online class, Karen presents and reviews a few real-life case studies to help you get a clearer picture of the benefits of looking at resuscitations and reviewing them yourself or with someone with a lot more experience in that area. She covers key points that often lead the way to understanding what got missed or what could have been done sooner.
Labwork For Midwives with Gail Hart
Join research expert and midwife Gail Hart as she takes us through her 90 minute online presentation about lab work for midwives. She will give a thorough review and explanation about blood tests that can be ordered, and detail interpretation about what varied results might mean.
How to Be An Awesome Partner Before, During and After Birth
Join Tate Haglund-Pagel, a superdad of 3 under 6 (and Margo’s brother, arguably one of the coolest, most thoughtful dudes around) to cut through the BS around the role of the partner during these often challenging months and years.
Is Breech Birth Safe with Dr. Rixa Freeze, PhD
Join Dr. Rixa Freeze, PhD as she reviews research on term breech that has emerged since the 2000 Term Breech Trial. From a PubMed search of “breech” and “pelvic presentation” in the title & abstract, she extracted over 1,900 articles published between 2000-2017. She examines the evidence on term breech broken into several categories: neonatal morbidity, perinatal/neonatal mortality, long-term childhood outcomes (1-18 years old), short-term maternal morbidity, maternal mortality, long-term maternal outcomes, and outcomes for the mother’s future babies.
Babies Suck! Demystifying How Babies Breastfeed with Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC
Join Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC as she discusses the mechanics of latching and infant feeding; the anatomy of the baby’s mouth and mother’s breast and how they work together. Anyone who works with breastfeeding mothers will benefit from this enlightening session.
Intuition as Authoritative Knowledge in Midwifery and Birth with Dr. Robbie Davis-Floyd
Join us as Robbie Davis-Floyd PhD discusses intuition and authoritative knowledge in childbirth, how midwives and mothers use intuition to make choices, and how to help women identify for themselves what counts as authoritative knowledge, and how to find the right balance between hierarchal and intuitive knowledge.