Childbirth is not only about the woman's experience. Women certainly have the task (and some might say privilege) of giving birth, but fathers are part of the birthing journey too and are often left out when it comes to childbirth education, antenatal classes or prenatal preparation.
Well not anymore Perth! Beer + Bubs is a one-night session at the pub just for expectant dads on how to support a women through childbirth whether they are giving birth in a private hospital, a public hospital birth unit or at home.
Expectant fathers won't be bored to snores with too many details on all the obstetric complications to fear. Beer + Bubs really focuses on the role of the support person and what they need to know to help a woman have an easier, faster labour. And its all washed down with a pub dinner and a beer.
Click here for a feature article on Beer + Bubs in Midwifery News Magazine, the member mag for the Australian College of Midwives.
Click here for a Beer + Bubs news story in Perth's Sunday Times.
Perth sessions are often fully booked so get in quick!
Pure Bar, 331 Hay Street, Subiaco
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Kristin Beckedahl is a childbirth educator, doula, naturopath and mother of two. Kristin has experienced firsthand through her own births just how useful, confident and important men can be in the birth process if they’re given the practical knowledge and insight they need. She presents with fun and experience, and shares some great stories along the way!Click here to book your childbirth session in Perth.
"Bloody marvellous! Best money I have spent in years! Kristen was brilliant. Very at ease with people, a great presenter and kept things interesting. She gave a down to earth, fully engaging insight into the mind of a woman giving birth."
Cheers to Childbirth: a dad’s guide to childbirth support by Lucy Perry, creator and head honcho of Beer + Bubs
I have just read Cheers to Childbirth and the stories shared are truly amazing. It further amplifies my desire to be a better husband during the birth of our first child.
A childbirth guide written specifically for men with birth stories from high profile Australian dads.
This is the only childbirth book that guys need to read
Mark Occhilupo, surfer