Morgane Richardson, of Woven Bodies, leads the class with a blend of lecture, discussion, experiential learning, and inner exploration. This class is a day-long, 5-hour commitment. Fantastic for those short on time.
We'll touch on the following:
* Stages of Labor
* Signs of Labor
* Pain Coping strategies
* Pain medications for labor
* The role of the partner
* What to expect from your birthing location
* What to pack and how to prepare
* The postpartum body
For folks who want to deep dive into infant feeding and the inner workings (aka anatomy/physiology) of labor, we will soon have an extended class available. Feel free to contact us with inquiries.
Class will run on the following Sundays: February 23rd , April 5th, and May 31st
11:30 - 4:30pm
INVESTMENT$195 for a family unit (up to 3 people)
PAYMENT OPTIONS Venmo to @Morgane_Richardson Or Email Morgane to Register: MorganeRichardsonDoula@gmail.com
Morgane Richardson, M.A., CBC, CD(DONA) has been a birth worker since 2011 and wears a variety of hats in this field including: Co-Creator of woven, Head of Practitioner Relations for Allbodies, Former Director of the NYC Doula Collective, DONA International certified birth doula, childbirth educator, certified breastfeeding counselor, placenta encapsulation specialist and doula mentor. Morgane also facilitates workshops for birth professionals on supporting queer, trans & gender nonconforming families during the conception and perinatal periods.
Morgane's reflections on gender, race & sexuality have been published in numerous media outlets including, Feministing, BirthFit Podcast, Doula International & InsideOut.
Morgane raised in the art districts of Korea Town, Los Angeles and DUMBO, Brooklyn. As of 2019, she calls Kingston, NY home with her acupuncturist wife, Alexandra, their daughter born at home in 2018, and their sweet 11-year-old puppster.