NEW Breastfeeding Class
Breastfeeding classes are designed for small groups and last approx 2.5 hrs. Having realistic expectations of breastfeeding, having some techniques under your belt to get breastfeeding off to the best start and knowing how to tell if things are going well are invaluable before you have your baby or in the early weeks. Classes are priced £25 per person / per couple and cover the following:
Why breastfeeding is important
How Milk is Made
How Supply is set up
Instincts and Reflexes in Mum & Baby
Birth & Breastfeeding
Latching & Attaching
Normal Baby Behaviour & What to Expect
When things don't go as planned
Common Issues in the first few weeks and how to avoid them
Reaching your goals / How you see breastfeeding working for you
After the class you will receive a e-resource pack following up on class and also access to a full online breastfeeding preparation program including 60 videos where mothers and babies demonstrate different techniques and discuss common questions and concerns.
The next class is Tues 3rd July 7pm-9.30pm in Source Well-being centre, Belfast. Booking available below.
If you are interested in a future class in any location please register interest at the bottom of this page.
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If you are interested in attending a class in Belfast or Ballymena in the next few months, please enter your email below to register your interest and receive an email update with upcoming class dates and venues.
"I couldn't rate your workshop highly enough! Firmly believe all that you informed me about was the key to a wonderful successful bf journey. It was wonderful to hear all the benefits of breastfeeding and I believe that every mother should be offered the chance to attend a course like yours"
"Fantastic class, couldn't recommend it more. Both me and my husband got a lot out of it."
"Your class (in hindsight) prepared me massively in that it was a very honest and informative session. Would recommend to anyone hoping to bf as I appreciated the honest and factual approach. Thanks Carol."