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how do they work?

  • Our webinars are 40 - 60 minutes and are delivered live by registered midwives wherever you are, at home, in the garden or even in your lunch hour.

  • They can help you gain more information into maternity related topics such as Perineal Massage, Gestational Diabetes, Colostrum Harvesting and Birth Partners.

  • You will need to make sure you have a digital device (smartphone/laptop/tablet), Zoom downloaded and internet access.

  • Whilst classes aren't interactive you will have the opportunity to submit questions during the webinar for answer at the end.

perineal massage

Did you know that doing perineal massage during pregnancy you can help reduce the chances of tearing or needing an episiotomy during your birth? Around 9 out of 10 first time mums and 7 out of 10 mums having subsequent births will have some type of damage to their perineum after a vaginal birth. The perineum is the skin and muscular area between your vagina and anus (your back passage) which stretches during childbirth.

Join our webinar to learn more about perineal massage and how to reduce the risk of tearing or an episiotomy during birth.

To book your place click HERE

gestational diabetes

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is the development of diabetes in pregnancy, characterised by high blood glucose (sugar) levels during your pregnancy. GDM occurs during pregnancy when the hormone insulin is not being produced in the right amounts to match your body’s needs. It can be worrying finding out that you have suddenly developed diabetes during your pregnancy, but in most cases, with changes to lifestyle it can be managed.

Join our webinar with our specialist midwife Cathy to learn a wealth of valuable information to help you manage GDM during pregnancy.

To book your place click HERE

colostrum harvesting

Colostrum is the first breastmilk that your baby receives after being born when breastfeeding. It is high in calories and full of antibodies to help develop your baby’s immune system. Collecting and storing colostrum, from around 36/37 weeks of pregnancy can be a great back up plan if baby doesn’t breastfeed well initially. Colostrum can be frozen and stored, then defrosted when needed. It can be a great help if your baby takes a little longer to breastfeed after birth or if more regular feeds are advised, for example, for regulating baby’s blood sugars if mum had gestational diabetes or if baby needs special care.

Join our webinar to learn about techniques for hand expressing colostrum, how to collect it and how to store it.

To book your place click HERE

birth partners

Supporting someone you love through the birth of your baby or your loved ones baby, is going to be one of the most important times of your life. You have such an influential part to play, so that means being prepared and knowing what you can do to be the best birth partner ever!

Understanding the ways that birth partners can provide physical and emotional support can increase the chance of labour going well and can even reduce the distress that may be experienced if things don’t go to plan. A good birth partner can turn a straightforward birth into a magnificent and life changing experience!

Join our webinar to learn more about how you can be the best birth partner possible!

To book your place click HERE


For many women, having a baby by caesarean section (c-section) may be the first time you will have surgery, but even if it isn't the thought can still seem daunting. This webinar has been developed by our expert midwives to give you a greater understanding of what happens before, during and after a planned c-section, so you know what to expect and how you can personalise your birth experience and plan for your recovery.

To book your place click HERE