Sarah Buckley is holding two half-day seminars in Brisbane on Friday Oct 29 with Birth International.
In the morning she will look at the hormones of labor and birth and the superb design of the female body for birthing safety, ease and ecstasy. Explore how this system is affected by various interventions and along the way, look at how birth has evolved and how our mammalian cousins, including cats dolphins, elephants and orang-utans give birth.
In the afternoon explore the hour after birth, and how this time is crucial to long-term heath and wellbeing for mother and baby. Topics cover the hormones involved, and the impact of interventions, including active management of third stage and separating mother and baby.
You can book for half- or get the full dose of birth ecstasy with the whole day.
These seminars were great in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra with midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, and various other birthies, (BTW you will also learn why birth is so addictive).
Physiology of birth https://www.birthinternational.com/events/event/59/0
Hour after birth https://www.birthinternational.com/events/event/59/0
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