When is the best time to take a childbirth class?
Surprisingly, it's sooner than you might think!
The best time to begin taking a childbirth class is around 25 weeks gestation. Most comprehensive childbirth classes last around 10+ weeks.
You really want to complete the class by the time you are term (37-38 weeks gestation). While many women will go past 40 weeks gestation, a few of you will delivery a little sooner and it is better to be prepared!
Birth Boot Camp has created an AMAZING, modern, comprehensive childbirth curriculum and Alabama Births is thrilled to bring these classes to Rainbow City, Gadsden, and the surrounding communities! This 10 week series will fly by as you have fun and create community with other expectant couples! Click here to learn more about the Birth Boot Camp curriculum. Click here to learn more about Alabama Birth's Childbirth Classes.
Take a peek inside this AMAZING and COMPREHENSIVE field manual you receive!
Don’t have 10 weeks to spare? Is your due date rapidly approaching? Don’t fret just yet… Birth Boot Camp offers many types of classes to fit your growing family.
Comprehensive Childbirth Class - 10 sessions
Hospital Class - 6 sessions
Out of Hospital Class - 4 sessions
Comfort Measures Workshop - 1 session
Reboot Refresher Class - 1 session
Food & Fitness Workshop - 1 session
Homecoming: Life with a New Recruit - 1 session
Sibling Class - 1 session
Breastfeeding: The Ultimate MRE - digital download
All of our classes are available for you to watch from the comfort of your home during the time you can devote to it! If you have any questions throughout the online series – our Birth Boot Camp Instructor, Jillian, will be there to assist you along the way! Click here to find out more about online classes.
My name is Jillian and I am a Doula, Childbirth Educator, Placenta Encapsultor, and Trainer for Birth Boot Camp, living in the Rainbow City, Alabama. I believe in women and that they deserve support throughout their pregnancy and births no matter what method of birth they desire. I myself am a mother to 4 girls; each of their births were vastly different.