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Getting Cervix Ready for Birth

Let’s talk a bit about our fantastic muscle, our uterus. The muscle at the centre of labour is as we should all know, the uterus.The cervix is the pathway between the uterus and the vagina. Let’s think of the cervix as doors that have to open up, before baby can exit or go through the doors.The role of each contraction,

Delivered: The empowering journey toward your ideal birth and beyond

Delivered is the brainchild of a colleague and friend Tara Dhanasar owner and practitioner of Live Well Family Chiropractic.http://livewellfamilychiropractic.ca Delivered is all about planning your birth. Even before conception, preparing soon to be parents for conception, pregnancy and birth is important. Delivered will be an informative session where soon to be parents will be able to obtain vital information about

The Importance of Healthy Eating

It is important to prepare your body for pregnancy and birth. Eating healthy is the root for feeling good and for baby to feel good to. It is never too early to get on the right course. Even before you decide to have a baby is probably more favourable still. Eating foods rich in healthy fats like avocados. Seeds are

Doulas are labour and birth coaches

After being a couple for some time, couples decide one day that they are ready to take the leap into Parenthood. For many that’s all it takes, and voila, we are having a baby! Thus the journey and the excitement of it all begins. At first, it is just Mom’s little secret as to not raise expectations until a confirmation

You and Your Birth Wishes

What an awesome time in a couple’s life, a new Baby! The two of you sit together to discuss your dream birth. Moms come prepared and instinctively know how to birth their babies. You, as a support partner, that is another story. This dream of simply being able to support your partner while they welcome your baby into the world

Daddy’s and Doulas

The value and importance of Daddy during labour and birth is in most cases indispensable. Dad provides an emotional support by simply being there. As the situation intensifies, Dad becomes the shoulder to lean on, the hand that soothes the edge, the arms that caress and embrace, and the voice Mom needs to express her feelings and wishes to the