was held Saturday, October 3, 2015
October, 2015 “Labor Support” attendees: Back Row: Hannah Price, Morgan Mitchell, Denae Mulder, Emily Unruh, Zipporah Walker, Annaiah Walker,Misty Coffey, Jaime Goulet, Mary Ann Stoltzfus Front Row: McKenna Smith, Wendy Walker, Lisa Kreinbrook, Kristin Schuchmann, Dawn Davis, Emily Palisano
For childbirth educators, doulas, midwives, or anyone
who would like to improve their ability to support laboring women.
At our workshops, learning is interactive, hands-on, fun, and interesting. All Charis workshops are taught from a Christian perspective, giving God the glory for His marvelous creation and how He so wonderfully created women to bear children.
You will spend the day becoming more skilled in putting to use many techniques to bring a woman comfort during each phase of labor, understanding the science behind why the comfort measures work, creating an environment conducive to the natural progression of labor, recognizing when a woman is beginning to panic and helping her regain control, gently encouraging a woman to effectively push out her baby while taking advantage of the natural physiology of second stage, assisting a woman in breastfeeding for the very first time, and so much more.
In addition to the valuable skills acquired at the workshop, you will also take home with you an assortment of visual aids and other valuable teaching tools to enhance your future students’ learning experience.
A delicious lunch will be provided for all the workshop attendees to enjoy as you get to know each other better during a midday break.
The cost is $225 for Charis members and $255 for non-members (includes one-year Charis membership).
Registration Closed – Workshop Full
Looking forward to seeing everyone!