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Let’s get you ready to go from bump to baby with your Parents Class antenatal course.

It’s time to start planning! Our antenatal courses will give you the knowledge and confidence to feel prepared, so you can make informed decisions that are right for you and your family.

Our in-person group antenatal classes cover a wide range of topics to answer all those frequently asked questions you may have as a parent-to-be, as well as topics you may not have thought about yet, like upright birthing and saving the stem cells from your baby’s umbilical cord.

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Find your nearest Parents Class today, and select the antenatal course that best suits you based on your due date.

Not sure which antenatal course to choose from?

We have carefully designed our antenatal classes to tailor your needs at different stages of your pregnancy.

Full antenatal course

DESIGNED FOR PARENTS AT 30-38 WEEKS

Get ready for the arrival of your little one with our comprehensive antenatal classes. Our Full Antenatal course includes 12 hours of content, led by an experienced and qualified midwife. Learn more about:

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Birth & Delivery

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Pain Relief Options

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Infant Feeding

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Upright Birthing

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Optimal Cord Clamping

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Stem Cell Banking

Learn more about our courses and the topics we’ll cover in your antenatal classes.

Mid-pregnancy antenatal course

DESIGNED FOR PARENTS AT 18-28 WEEKS

This course gives you 4 hours with one of our experienced midwives who will take you through the changes that are happening to your body and your baby during the second trimester, covering topics such as:

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Nutrition

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Exercise

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Maternity Leave

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Your Baby’s Development

Learn more about our courses and the topics we’ll cover in your antenatal classes.

Start your journey with The Parents Class today.

Not ready to book an antenatal class yet?

Download a copy of our free eBook on Upright Birthing

Learn how you can have a safer, healthier birth.

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