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Getting Ready for Birth

Avery and Kassi, Midwives here at the Center for True Harmony Wellness and Medicine, have dedicated their time into helping you become your best when preparing to deliver baby at the hospital! With updated procedures around COVID-19, tours and hospital classes have been delayed. In attempt to relieve the "HOW TO?!" questions! The girls have started a virtual class to help keep you safe by doing the class through ZOOM, where you can learn from the comfort of your home! The providers will touch base on home readiness, coping with labor (before and after) and will touch with breast feeding! Chime in! Call the office if a scenario applies to you, and our team will give you details on how to get started. 

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