Birth Your Way

Childbirth Education Tailored to You


This comprehensive childbirth education course was created with the modern birthing woman in mind. Our goals are to educate and equip you with all the tools to make informed and confident decisions regarding your maternity care and birth experience. Taught by doulas with years of experience and various childbirth education certification backgrounds, our exclusive 4 week course is tailored to accommodate expecting families with birth preferences of all kinds.

The following topics will be covered in depth throughout the class series:

  • Exercise

  • Relaxation

  • Nutrition

  • Your Birth Team

  • Anatomy of Pregnancy

  • Stages of Labor

  • Comfort Measures

  • Birth Planning

  • Variations & Complications

  • Interventions

  • Cesarean Sections

  • Postpartum Care

  • Newborn Care

  • Breastfeeding

Classes are offered in both the west and southwest suburbs of Chicago. Series are currently in session with others scheduled to begin in the near future!


Nova Chiropractic
301 S. Country Farm Road, Suite E

Tuesdays 7 pm - 9/9:30 pm

February 19th - March 12th, 2019

May 14th - June 4th, 2019


Plainfield Chiropractic
15104 S. James Street

Tuesdays 6:30 pm -8:30/9 pm

September 24th - October 22nd , 2019


Executive Center
75 Executive Drive, Suite 115

Tuesdays 6 pm - 8/8:30 pm

April 9th - 30th, 2019


Prefer a private lesson in the comfort of your own home? We bring the series to you, tailoring the topics of discussion to your individual needs. This 3-4 hour private lesson includes the workbook, preferred topics of lecture/discussion, videos and activities, plus a relaxation practice.

Cost: $250

A $50 deposit will hold your spot in the class with the remaining balance due class 1. This fee covers your workbook and any handouts or materials used in class.*

To Register for our Birth Your Way course or to obtain more information, please fill out the form below.

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Giving birth should be your greatest achievement, not your greatest fear.
— Jane Weideman