Natural Birth Workshop – Saturday 8th October 2011

Marianne is holding a Natural Birth Workshop in Cape Town on Saturday the 8th of October 2011. The workshop will be both an introduction to first-time parents and a refresher for second-time-around parents. It is ideally a couples workshop, but anyone is welcome, with or without a partner. Booking is now closed. To find out about her next workshop, please get in contact!

Venue - Jai Yoga Studio, CT

Natural Birth Workshop Details

Morning Session: The theory of childbirth, the physiology of labour and birth will be addressed after which we will break for a light lunch.

Afternoon Session: The sharing of practical exercises to equip parents with the tools for labour, birth and the post-birth period. We will cover homebirth, as many parents are choosing this option, and answer any questions you may have on the subject.

  • Date: Saturday 8th October 2011
  • Venue: Jai Yoga studio, Cape Town (click here for directions)
  • Time: 10AM – 5PM
  • Cost: R500
  • Lunch: Please bring a light lunch with you
Booking is now closed. For details of the next Workshop, please get in contact!

Find out more about Marianne’s Natural Birth Workshops here.

2 thoughts on “Natural Birth Workshop – Saturday 8th October 2011”

  1. i thought i could share my story with you because it is through yoga for pregnancy that i discovered when pregnant for the 2nd time at age 44, that i could have a normal birth delivery instead of a ceasarian like i had at age 32. Yoga helped me to relax, visualise the birthing experience, that i could do it naturally. And i did it, with the help of a doula, with no pain killers, didn’t even think about it. I was lucky that it was quick ( started around 2 in the morning with 1st contraction, and baby girl was born at 9h20 that very morning), and she was a small baby of only 2.5 kg. it was the best day of my life, i was so proud and so happy that i did it like i wanted. it is empowering and amazing. my little girl is now 3, and very full of life !!!!

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