Spinning Babies® Certified Parent Educators teach the Spinning Babies® Parent Class Babies have an active role during labor — your job is to dilate; baby’s job is to rotate! Babies turn through the pelvis to be born. Our official Spinning Babies® Parent Class includes techniques for you and a partner to do before and during labor. Help your baby find optimal positions to help birth be less painful— even shorter! For expectant parents only.
CPE announcement for an Online, Guided Spinning Babies® Parent Class
In light of the current health crisis with the recommendations for social distancing, Spinning Babies® Certified and Provisional Parent Educators are now offering Online Guided Spinning Babies® Parent Classes.
Contact a Spinning Babies® Parent Educator for:
- Spinning Babies® Online Parent Class video streaming/download
- A Spinning Babies® Parent Class Companion eBook, Daily Pregnancy Activity checklist, Labor checklist
- A private or small group video conference session to support you and talk through your use of techniques.
Register with any SpBCPE by contacting them directly. A local CPE will have insight and knowledge particular to your community.
Maeva AlthausSpinning Babies® Certified Parent Educator (SpBCPE), HypnoBirthing® Childbirth Educator, Certified Hypnotherapist HypnoBirthing NY
Maeva became a childbirth educator through the HypnoBirthing Institute in 2011. She subsequently began attending births as a doula in 2012. Following the birth experience of her best friend which was long and difficult she felt there had to be more she could do to support women in labor. Her research led her to Gail Tully and Spinning Babies.
She took her first workshop with Gail in 2013 and began to use the Spinning Babies techniques with all her clients to truly support physiological birth.
Combining the Mind with HypnoBirthing and the Body with the use of the Spinning Babies techniques she provides a complete childbirth education program.
She strives to empower women and their partners to advocate for themselves and to help them know and trust their bodies in the birthing process.