Virtual Birth Coach Workshops

Virtual Birth CoachA new year! I can’t believe we are going into 2014!

The most AWESOME thing I want you to know is this, the process of childbirth has not changed for centuries! And the physiological process is the same for all women on planet Earth.

Having said this, one thing that really bothers me is women, especially in the USA, think having a baby is a medical event and you need an epidural to manage the contractions.

Do you think this?

Medications have their place and should be used carefully and for a reason, not because they are available.

Childbirth demands respect for the body. Respect for how a woman’s body is designed to birth, anatomically, physiologically, chemically. and … emotionally.

Yes, emotions are a HUGE part of the birthing process.

There are so many things you can do for yourself to manage your labor, BEFORE asking for medication.

the number one thing you need to do is get a grip on how you think about labor. Most women are consumed with “how long” and “how painful” labor will be.

But what if you were introduced to a different way of thinking about time, labor pain, and even contractions?

Would you want that information? Something that could help you manage your labor? Hm?

The Virtual Birth Coach Workshops can do this. The information offered is easy to learn, through videos, and handouts.

To learn more visit the Virtual Birth Coach site, get on the mailing list to stay in the loop.

Birth bold,


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Lesly Federici

Lesly Federici is an experienced Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse (RN), She's been teaching childbirth education for over 15 years. She currently teaches Mindful Meditation to expectant couples. Lslynotes has been helping women globally prepare for childbirth online since 1998. Contact her, she'd love to hear from you!

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  1. Savorian says:

    I wish I was in a position to have had my babies this way. I was really mad I had to have a surprise C-Section, that I didn’t think I really needed. Thank goodness the doctor had some integrity and at least he sowed me back up nicely. It’s hard to tell I had the surgery. I don’t like being cut 🙁
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