Childbirth Education Classes

Childbirth Education Classes

Blessed Birth believes in the power of education. Knowledge can open doors and create opportunities. Information can help you feel more confident and prepared for your childbirth experience. By providing up-to-date, evidence-based information, you’ll leave our classes with knowledge and skills that will help you feel prepared for childbirth and newborn care. 

Blessed Birth believes in options for childbirth and your preparation for it. We offer several topics and types of classes — see which one might be the best fit for your learning style.

Private or Group Classes in Person

+ Join one of our scheduled, interactive group classes and learn along with several other couples 

+ Schedule a private class to be held in the comfort of your home for yourself and your spouse ~OR~ invite several other couples of your choosing to join your private class

Private or Group Classes via Video Call

+ Join one of our scheduled group video call classes

+ Schedule a group video call for yourself ~OR~ invite several other couples to join in

Bring Your Friends

Do you have family members or friends who are also pregnant and interested in classes? Schedule private classes and learn together! You’ll receive a $10 discount on your class fee for every referral who books in your private class with Blessed Birth.*

All About Labor and Birth


This in-depth class provides a solid foundation as you approach childbirth.

+ the stages of labor and typical labor progression

+ common induction methods

+ signs of early labor

+ the benefits of doula support

+ birth preferences

+ comfort measures

+ medical pain management

+ Cesarean basics

Caring for Your Newborn


We know being responsible for a newborn can feel intimidating, but it doesn’t have to! Our class gives you important information and helpful tips so you’ll feel confident caring for your little one. 

Learn all about:

+ bathing, diapering, swaddling, and soothing your baby 

+ safe sleep guidelines and recommendations, and sleep options

+ the basics of breastfeeding and bottle feeding

+ identifying baby’s hunger cues before crying

+ baby-wearing options

Postpartum Prep


Sometimes in the excitement of preparing for your baby’s birth, you might not think as much about what the postpartum time will look like. This class goes over important considerations, including: 

+ what to expect the first few weeks – for baby and for yourself

+ meal prep and other household responsibilities

+ sibling care 

+ perinatal mood disorders, warning signs, and how to get help

+ the importance of sleep

+ dealing with visitors