The Healing Birth Trauma Workshop is a must-attend event for all midwives. The unpredictable nature of birth can be viewed as a challenge or an adventure. Most women will fantasise or imagine how they would like this defining experience to unfold and hope for a positive, fulfilling outcome. Sadly, circumstances rarely match these expectations. Many [...]
We have a big year planned. We are back offering workshops in Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney. Online options are also available. Book more than one workshop and receive a discount.
- Book 2 workshops and receive 10% off – Coupon Code: WSHOP2
- Book 3 workshops and receive 15% off – Coupon Code: WSHOP3
In The Slice of Life - The Caesarean Birth Issue, participants explore the caesarean section's many faces, from its earliest origins as 'section in mortua' (cutting in death) to its current position as the most common surgical procedure for women in contemporary society. Over a third of Australian women currently enter motherhood or subsequent motherhood [...]
Our Vaginal Birth After Caesarean - Exploring the Possibilities workshop encourages creative thinking about VBAC. Supporting and encouraging VBAC is a campaign requirement to keep birth normal and avoid unnecessary repeat caesarean births. Women need excellent education about VBAC births. Also, midwives need good communication skills and appropriate labour support techniques to make VBAC a [...]
Our Supporting OP Labour Workshop explores this issue in detail, examines the culture of contemporary practice surrounding OP labours and helps you develop practical skills when caring for women experiencing OP labour. When babies present in the occipital-posterior (OP) position, labour is usually longer, more painful and tiring, with women frequently opting for epidurals as [...]
The "due date" is a fundamental marker in a woman's pregnancy, and the significance of this date is enormous. It can define care options, determine women's choices, shape the style of care they will receive, and impact birth outcomes for women and their babies. Going past the due date can carry significant risks of intervention. [...]