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Scoliosis and Spinning Babies®

Scoliosis and Spinning Babies®

Scoliosis and Pregnancy Scoliosis is a misaligned curvature of the spine. The shoulders or hips may be uneven. Most births aren’t affected in a noticeable way by scoliosis. It doesn’t affect fertility or length of gestation. If the lower spine curves dramatically into...

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Daily Essentials With a Toddler

Daily Essentials With a Toddler

Balancing caring for a toddler and pregnancy can be challenging, especially when it comes to exercising. Spinning Babies® has your back with the Daily Essentials video: a simple series of activities to keep your body active as you progress through your pregnancy that...

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When a Person Is Told They Have an Unstable Lie

When a Person Is Told They Have an Unstable Lie

Lie means how the baby lies in the womb. The head-down baby is in a vertical lie, sometimes called cephalic to use a Latin term to mean the head is coming. Breech is an old English term to mean the baby’s pelvis is coming first. Both a head up (breech) and a head-down...

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Twelve Steps to Empowering Birth Preparation

Twelve Steps to Empowering Birth Preparation

A seeker gains a new perspective of living by a series of awakened actions. In the 12-step recovery culture, the twelve action steps focus on moving from the victimization of alcoholism or substance addiction, or, as in Alanon, overcoming the havoc these addictions...

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Choice in Childbirth

Choice in Childbirth

Choice in childbirth begins with a discussion with oneself or between oneself and another. What do we want? And how do we feel when considering that want?  Are we excited, anxious, doubtful or determined?  When seeking possibilities to choose options for childbirth,...

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Helping Your Breech Baby Turn – Monthly Update

Helping Your Breech Baby Turn – Monthly Update

Oh, it’s been quite a summer. After a gestation far longer than nine months, Spinning Babies® gave birth to nine new Approved Trainers! This summer we welcomed 40 new trainees in our Aware Practitioner program and over 30 new Parent Educators! They’ll soon be on our...

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