Improve Birth and postpartum Outcomes with techniques that prepare your client’s body for birth and support a healthier recovery

online self-paced course

Midwives Course:

Facilitating Labor and Postpartum Recovery

Improve birth outcomes and help prepare your client’s body for a smoother birth and a faster recovery. Learn what to look for and what main areas to address to optimize the body’s function, so it can do what it was meant to do. Know what areas to work on after birth to support a healthier postpartum recovery.

Midwives and OB/GYN Practitioners

Recommended For

6.5 Hours
(No CEUs)

Course Length

Excellent Course for ALL Skill Levels

Course Level

No, not required.

Required for Certification

What Practitioners Say About Our Courses

Is This Course For You?

YES, if you want greater knowledge and confidence working with pregnant and postpartum clients

YES, if you want to know how to assess the 3 key areas of the body that impact birth

YES, if you want to know how to prepare the pelvis for labor

YES, if you want to know the techniques to facilitate a quicker recovery after birth

YES, if you want to learn tissue balancing techniques that help baby get into the best position for birth

YES, if you want to learn more skills that can help improve client outcomes for birth and postpartum

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How Does The Online Course Work?

You will have immediate access to your course upon registration

There are downloadable lecture slides and a course workbook for note taking and in depth review

There are short quizzes throughout the course to ensure learning of key points

Your course includes easy to follow step-by-step instruction videos for all lectures and labs

Downloadable workbook includes photos and an overview of each technique for quick reference

You have lifetime access to your course creating a valuable reference video library

Course Unit Sneak Peak: Pelvic Diaphragm Release Lab

  • Understand the 3 main areas of the body that need assessment prior to birth
  • Understand how to release the lower abdominal fascia to help baby’s position in the belly
  • Learn techniques to improve the uterine mobility prior to birth
  • Understand the motions the pelvic bones go through for birth
  • Learn how to impact the opening of the pelvic bones during birth
  • Understand the pelvic floor muscles’ role in birth and how to effectively release them prior to birth
  • Understand ways to help the abdominal muscles recover after birth
  • Understand what can help close up the pelvic bones after birth
  • Learn ways to help facilitate healing of the perineum and activate stronger pelvic floor muscle contraction after birth
Module 1 Introduction
Unit 1 MW: Welcome to Holistic Treatment to Facilitating Labor and Postpartum Recovery | 15:28  
Unit 2 Grounding Meditation 13:35  
Module 2 What Is Needed For Birth
Unit 1 What is Needed for Birth 16:10  
Unit 2 The Abdomen 21:20  
Unit 3 Lab 1: Lower Abdominal Fascial Release 3:50  
Unit 4 Lab 2 Uterine Mobility External  | Uterine Mobility On A Pregnant Belly  
Unit 5 Lab 3: Uterosacral Ligament Release On Pregnant Belly 2:02  
Unit 6 Lab 4: Pelvic Diaphragm Release 1:41  
Unit 7 Lab 5: Inversion With Abdominal Fascial Release 3:29  
Unit 1 The Pelvic Floor Muscles 17:26  
Unit 2 The Pelvis | 34:14  
Unit 1 Other Restrictions | 35:11  
Unit 2 Lab 6: Energy Flow 3:01  
Unit 3 Lab 7: Is Pelvis Still Birthing?  
Unit 1 Pelvic Motions For Birth | 25:07  
Unit 2 Lab 8: Hip Rotations During Labor| 3:13  
Unit 3 Lab 9: Pelvic Mobilizations To Open Pelvis During Labor | 3:06  
Module 6 Labor Considerations
Unit 1 Labor Considerations 7:33  
Unit 2 Positions During Labor | 1:48  
Unit 1 Postpartum Considerations 29:51  
Unit 2 Diastasis Recti Assessment | 3:20  
Unit 3 Lab 10: Oblique Stretch | 2:23  
Unit 4 Lab 11: Pelvic Floor Compression | 2:54  
Unit 5 Exercise to Close Pelvic Bones  
Unit 6 Lab 12: Closing The Pelvis After Birth | 5:10  
Unit 1 Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscles and Tissues 48:37  
Unit 2 Lab 13 External Pelvic Floor Muscle Release 5:04  
Unit 3 Lab 14: Internal Assessment Entry 7:01 and Internal Assessment of Vaginal Tissues 8:42  
Unit 4 Lab 15: Internal Assessment of Pelvic Floor Muscles 8:01  
Unit 5 Lab 16: Assessing and Treating The Bladder Internally 8:25  
Unit 6 Lab 17: Mobilizing the Cervix | 6:51  
Unit 7 Lab 18: Pelvic Floor Muscles and Levator Ani Release 4:07  
Unit 8 Lab 19: Internal Coccygeus Muscle Release 1:57  
Unit 9 Lab 20: Perineal Body and Scar Tissue 2:25  
Unit 10 Lab 21: Anal Sphincter Muscle Release 9:26  
Unit 11 Lab 22: Kinestetic Awareness Of Pelvic Floor Muscles For Birthing 3:18  
Unit 12 Lab 23: Intravaginal Work Review 17:46  
Unit 1 Further Support 7:12  

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