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Antenatal Classes at Witney

A selection of antenatal classes held across West Oxon. We hold a free-to-attend Early Pregnancy class for couples less than 26 weeks pregnant, as well as comprehensive 6 week evening courses of antenatal education from 28 weeks onwards. We also have 4 week KGHypnobirthing courses…

A selection of antenatal classes held across West Oxon. We hold a free-to-attend Early Pregnancy class for couples less than 26 weeks pregnant, as well as comprehensive 6 week evening courses of antenatal education from 28 weeks onwards. We also have 4 week KGHypnobirthing courses available. As your due date approaches, and especially once you are on maternity leave, we offer twice weekly daytime Breathing for Labour classes to help to prepare you for the big day. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sarah Boyd
Contact Position
Course facilitator
Telephone
07909 545484
E-mail
Sarah@birthbabybalance.co.uk
Website
Birth Baby Balance

Where to go

Address
High Street Methodist Church
High Street
Witney
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX28 6HG
Notes

The above venue is where our six week evening antenatal course is held. Additional classes are held in Burford, Carterton, Chipping Norton and the Wychwoods. Full details on the website.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Session Information
Some classes are held during the day, and some in the evenings.
Full details on the website.

Other Details

Costs

Details

Prices vary from being free, to paying per class, to paying per course. Full details on the website.

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Last checked on 27/01/2020

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