Childbearing is an exciting time of growth, change and personal choices for you and your family. To help you prepare, we offer perinatal education on a variety of subjects related to your pregnancy. Qualified educators who are certified in each of their specialty areas teach our classes. These classes are designed to assist you and your loved ones in meeting the upcoming changes in your lives and to make choices from the many options available to expectant parents. Our classes prepare you to get the most out of the wonderful experiences that await you.

Class Suggestions

First Time Parents Second Time Parents Adoptions Multiples Birth Special Circumstances Private Classes
  • Prepared Childbirth Series
  • Super Saturday
  • Mindfulness and Meditation for Birth
  • Breastfeeding
  • What to Expect as a New Parent
  • Refresher
  • Mindfulness and Meditation for Birth
  • What to Expect as a New Parent
  • Expecting Multiples
  • Super Saturday
  • Mindfulness and Meditation for Birth
  • Prepared Childbirth Series
  • Breastfeeding
  • What to Expect as a New Parent
  • VBAC
  • Cesarean Section
  • Pregnancy Complications
  • Labor and Birth
Expectant parents

FAQs

What classes are best to take before the baby is born?
  • Prepared Childbirth Series (six-week course or condensed super-Saturday (one-day))
  • Breastfeeding
  • Young Moms (12–19 years old)*
  • What to Expect as a New Parent
  • Labor and Delivery
  • Sibling Preparation

Private one-on-one classes are available.
*Call to schedule a young mom's class

What classes are appropriate after the baby is born?
  • Baby Sign Language
What classes are available for baby's older brother or sister?
  • Sibling Preparation
We are having twins/triplets/quadruplets; is there a special class for us?
  • Expecting Multiples
We are having our second baby; is there a class for us?
  • Refresher Childbirth
  • Private Class
  • Vaginal Birth After Cesarean
Are university employee discounts available?
  • University employees receive a 25% discount off the total fee. On your check or invoice, write your employee ID number and where you are employed.