Birth Dancing - Group Classes
Antenatal birth and labour preparation for pregnancy wellbeing and empowerment. Re-connect for new post-natal mamas! No experience necessary; suitable for all levels of fitness and loving every body.
As a doula, I bring my birthing wisdom to enrich your understanding of birth physiology and options available to you. I support your choices unconditionally and ensure that within the group you benefit from adding to your knowledge and confidence, according to your individual needs.
The aim of this class is teach specific Birth Dancing movements using a fun bellydance base, as a method of birth preparation. These movements promote wellness through pregnancy and encourage natural birth, by working with the muscles used during labour.
Often providing relief from many common pregnancy discomforts, Birth Dancing provides a means of safe, low-impact exercise, beneficial for birth and breastfeeding, post-natal recovery, aiding fitness and flexibility within your changing body.
Come and join a relaxed, friendly and welcoming group, whilst enjoying some time to nurture the special bond with your baby!
Please email/PM for location, class details and payment options.
$35 earlybird - places booked by 1st March
$40 standard - pre-booking to 3rd March
$45 on the day - payment made in class 4th March
*Concessions and bookings of 2 or more receive a $5 discount*
Suitable for baby-wearing, mamas please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in.
Plenty of free street parking.
Bio & Contact
Rachel Altman - The Birth Lady
Rachel has been supporting women in the field of birth since 2003.
Originally trained in the UK, she is an experienced, qualified doula, professional bellydancer, instructor and mum of three, who is dedicated to empowering and nurturing women from pre-conception into the early years of motherhood. She has studied with birth advocates, obstetricians and midwives from around the world, supporting birthing women in many different environments and providing private ante- and post-natal education and workshops. She currently teaches within the community focusing specifically on special needs, pregnancy and postnatal healing, women's wellness, midwifery and university students.