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Breathing for Labour classes - Carterton

A rolling programme of weekly pregnancy classes, teaching you breathing techniques to help you have a positive birth experience. Suitable to join any time from 28 weeks onwards, you can attend as many as you want to, but the more you attend, the more useful you are…

A rolling programme of weekly pregnancy classes, teaching you breathing techniques to help you have a positive birth experience. Suitable to join any time from 28 weeks onwards, you can attend as many as you want to, but the more you attend, the more useful you are likely to find them once your labour starts, as the more confident you will feel in using the techniques.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sarah Boyd
Contact Position
Teacher
Telephone
07909 545484
E-mail
Sarah@birthbabybalance.co.uk
Website
https://www.birthbabybalance.co.uk

Where to go

Name
Carterton Town Hall
Address
19
Alvescot Road
Carterton
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX18 3JL
Notes

There is no parking directly at the venue, but lots of free car parks close by. Please allow time to get parked and to the venue, as Thursdays is market day in Carterton, so can be busy!

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Thursday
Time of day
Morning
Session Information
Most sessions are one hour long
but the couples' session is 90 minutes.

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
8.00 Per session
Details

Most sessions are for women only, and cost £8. Once a month, there is a longer session which partners are welcome to attend too, to help them learn how to best support the mum in labour. These sessions are £12 for one person to attend, or £20 for a couple. 

All classes are currently taking place online at the reduced price of £5 per session. The online classes take place on Tuesdays at 10am and Wednesdays at 7.30pm.

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Last checked on 06/05/2020

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