10/11/2018 0 Comments
Today we are kicking off the first in our series of interviews with experts in the fields of pregnancy, postpartum, women's health, and parenting.
Many women have questions about pregnancy and birth, childbirth methods, and some level of fear about labor and perineal tearing. In this interview with childbirth educator, Lynn Turcotte-Schuh, CCCE, CLC, you'll get information on how to prevent vaginal tearing, relaxing during labor, reducing fear associated with birth, childbirth methods, and more. Perfect for any pregnant mom during her first, second, or third trimester of pregnancy.
Childbirth educator and founder of Happy Mama Wellness, Lynn will inform us about common questions and fears she hears from moms during pregnancy related to birth, details about her childbirth education options, the Bradley Birth Method, reducing anxiety about the birth process, and how a partner/coach can assist a mom throughout pregnancy and birth.
Lynn Turcotte-Schuh is a Childbirth Educator and Parenting Mentor, Children's Book Author, Baby Sign Instructor, and the Creator of Happy Mama Wellness where she helps Mamas prepare for their new role, break through their parenting challenges, operate at their highest potential and create a positive and nurturing family dynamic. Lynn is highly passionate about helping Mamas find their power and be a role model they can be proud of.
For information about Lynn's Childbirth Preparation Course where the curriculum is online but students register and attend a LIVE 6-week series head to https://happy-mama-academy.thinkific.com/?ref=7d96c4
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