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Birthing Class

Kassi

Our office is still running birthing classes! These are led by two of our very special midwives, Kassi & Avery. Learn more about our midwives here: https://www.trueharmonywellness.com/provider/kassi-sefton-cnm https://www.trueharmonywellness.com/provider/avery-klepacki-cnm

WHAT IT'S ABOUT:

We've setup a remote class for patients who are anywhere from 28 weeks along and above. The class was designed to give tips on what to expect for the time after delivery, breast feeding, and pointers about the hospital. Including anything that may come up at the hospital. We know it's difficult not being able to tour the hospital with the circumstance at hand, but we're working together to provide an optimal experience for you and your new addition to the family. The midwives are insightful and loaded with knowledge. 

If this is your first born, or another addition the family, the class could prove to be informative and helpful. We hope to hear from you for more information, or see you in the class. 

 

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