You will do the activity of birthing your baby. You need skills to do that. Your partner and doula should share these skills so they can help you use them
Many midwives hold a strong philosophical view about birth. Birth is natural so women don’t need skills. Birth is an activity every woman does with her baby. We birth better with skills.
Until it’s normal and natural for families to self-learn and use birth skills, birth professionals will see few skilled families. We can and should change this.
Yup. Dads simplified it. Learn skills to create space in pregnant and birthing body to help a big object come down, through and out. And skills to help women cope with the pain.
Is birth an event, experience, a thing or an activity? Birthing Better families approach birth as an activity women do and developed skills to do that activity really well for all births without exception.
One Birthing Better skill is to ‘map your pelvis’. You’ll discover the length of your tail-bone and learn a skill to make it mobile so it’s not damaged by your baby passing by.
Families who developed Birthing Better skills focused on creating a mobile sacrum in order to give the baby more space inside and ability to come down, through and out more easily.
Birth happens. It’s unknown. It unfolds. It’s an activity. All activities are best done with reasonable skills. You need birth-coaching skills. Fathers developed Birthing Better skills.
Now’s the time to start preparing the pregnant body for birth to come. Men have common sense. Big object inside has to come out. We’ll show you how to create space.