This workshop is held solely through the VIRTUAL format.
Creating Space is a movement based biomechanics approach to labor progress and comfort with the intention of reducing complications and unnecessary intervention. Learn usable information for what labor positions and relaxation techniques to suggest at specific different points during the birth process and, most importantly, why certain techniques are more effective than others at certain times in labor.
This workshop for birth support professionals will benefit prenatal and birth workers - doulas, midwives, obstetricians, nurses, childbirth educators, chiropractors, massage therapists - both new and experienced. Emphasis is placed on better understanding the relationship between pelvic dynamics and fetal positioning and the movement and positions that facilitate labor progress. Information is presented in an interactive hands-on format that encourages participation to facilitate anatomical understanding, the development of skills and techniques for encouraging clients to feel empowered in their bodies, and the positions, techniques, and concepts for birth professionals to feel confident in supporting labors both medicated and unmedicated, in any setting.
Live attendance is strongly encouraged. However, if you are unable to attend live, the workshop will be recorded and the recording will be a for accessible for two weeks.
Live Virtual Attendance
This ticket covers your virtual attendance at the workshop. If you are unable to attend live, the recording will be available for two weeks from the time of the workshop.
Live Virtual Attendance with Print Edition of the Yellow Handbook
This ticket covers your virtual attendance at the workshop and the purchase of the print edition of the newest handbook (yellow version).
This is an online event.
Joining instructions will be provided after booking.
Zoom - Online