Can I contact Gail?

Gail receives emails and facebook questions everyday. She hopes to answer each one. Yet, that's not realistic. Gail suggests that before contacting her you try these things:

Before I give you my email address, check these out

If you are pregnant:
If you are in labor or about to be:
The most common answer to most questions will be
Start with balance and the rest usually works itself out. 
Gail sometimes offers small, online classes and meetings with parents to give attention to specific quiestions and situation. Look at the Events and Classes page to see if we have one scheduled. We keep the class small so pregnant parents can ask their own questions.
If you email, please read the following:

Extremely Important: By This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., you are agreeing that the content of your email may be used publicly on her site. Names will Not be posted unless you grant permission in your email.  I am always looking for concise stories that tell how using maternal positioning and techniques resolved a stuck or long labor, or helped achieve an "easier" labor.

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  fix it, you know what to do. 

I do not answer questions posted on the Spinning Babies blog or on the Facebook page.

Email to use the consultation phone call option (there is a charge). Gail's travel may mean she doesn't have immediate or even daily access to email, Skype, or a phone. Sorry.

Tell Gail your city (or nearest big city) or time zone, which # baby this is for you, and how far along you are in pregnancy or labor.


I do want to celebrate your journey and desire for an emotionally nurturing birth for you and your baby, of course! I just don't have much time for emails. The website is for ALL of you. You, too!

Do share your stories that tell how using these techniques resolved helped achieve an "easier" labor. And if these techniques didn't work,  share which ones they were and how frequent you did them and at what gestational age, that would be helpful, too. They don't always work, even when the "right" technique supposedly matches the issue. Its important that we don't pretend these always work. Let's tell the stories in Real Stories