Why Choose Us?
Congratulations on your pregnancy
If you are considering antenatal classes, here is why our Midwife Led antenatal classes are unique and a great choice for you!
Our classes are delivered by Zoe Nutt, a highly experienced midwife with years of experience in diverse roles within the NHS, as a specialist and community midwife and as a Health Visitor.
Our classes are fun packed and social. We will teach you all the important techniques and up-to-date information you need to know for birth and starting postnatal life. We know the value in forming great friendships with like-minded people that are also starting the parenting road.
Quite simply, we keep it real. We want you to have a great Bump and Birth Journey. Your pregnancy, bump, and birth are your journey. We want your birth to be a fantastic empowering and happy calm experience. And we want you to make great friends along the way.
So if you end up having a normal birth or if you have an assisted birth, or planned birth, you will learn time tested techniques to keep you in control so you achieve the right birth for you. You will also learn how to communicate with your midwife and doctors during your birth to ensure they understand your needs at all times.
Zoe will address all your questions and leave you feeling confident and looking forward to birth and parenting.
Zoe is a member of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM)
She has dedicated her maternity career to supporting expectant parents through their pregnancies, postnatal and early parenting life. She has run bump and birth and beyond classes within the NHS at Luton and Dunstable and the surrounding area's.
She is a great communicator, will support you and will put you at ease for birth.
Our Inspiration for Birth Preparation
To provide realistic up to date evidence based information and tools to have a calm serene birth whichever way you deliver. To provide continuous support and be the go-to people for any questions you may have about bump and birth
To provide a social network community of expectant parents that can meet and enjoy the pregnancy journey together and form supportive friendships that can go beyond bump birth and baby. We see the difference in expectant couples that are prepared. They are confident, relaxed and take things a step at a time. That makes the experience wonderful.
Our Promise: Knowledge we share
Our classes are made up of 3 x 2-hour sessions at £150 per couple
One to one sessions are also available (price on asking).
All our mums will receive an additional Pregnancy Pamper Gift Bag with useful tips and luxury items. We recommend starting the classes at around 25 weeks of pregnancy
For both first time and second time plus mums.
All our antenatal classes include an exclusive gift of £100 gift voucher for Natasha Wiening, a Multi-award Winning Newborn Photographer
To book, follow online instructions. Alternatively, email or call us.
Classess are £150
Taught by MIDWIFE
Input by Consultant Obstetrician
Postnatal Meet My Baby
Facebook Group membership
Wattsapp group membership
Signs of labour
Process of labour
Methods of Pain relief including benefits of hypnobirthing
Delivery of the baby
Delivery of the placenta
Immediate post delivery care
Week 4 £70/person
Baby's First Aid
From 6 weeks after birth
A reunion - Meet My Baby Class will be available to catch up with new mums in your classes and discuss all your postnatal needs.
• Friday Mornings 9.30 to 11 am
• Social group Meet for tea and coffee Talk all things birth, bump and baby At Priory View
Bespoke classes on request
POSTNATAL MEET MY BABY POSTNATAL - Meet and Greet
A reunion - Meet My Baby Class A chance to discuss your birthing experience if you wish or share your experience. We will also share any useful local resources such as children and family centres and any available services in Central Bedfordshire, North Beds, South Beds, Herts and Bucks.
Common questions parents-to-be have at antenatal classes?
During the classes parents-to-be often have lots of questions about terms that are used by healthcare professionals and
we provide as much general information about these.
What does birth options actually mean?
Who can deliver on a midwifery led birthing unit, and how is this different from consultant -ed delivery unit?
Can all women have home-births?
What happens if a complication occurs.....does that change the birth plan?
Will there be support for infant feeding or an infant feeding advisor?
How private midwifery led antenatal classes are different from classes given by antenatal teachers or NHS midwifery led parent education antenatal classes
What is the postnatal ward like?
What support is provided by the health visitor?
Contact us for more information and dates