A complete VBAC workshop designed to help you make informed decisions and give you all of the tools you need when planning for your VBAC birth.

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Estimated Time: 2-4 hours

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VBAC Workshop

$35.00
30 days of access

Full access to the VBAC Workshop

What Others Have Said

Very Helpful
By: Jessica Verni

This course was great in helping me work through my thoughts and emotions from my first pregnancy/labor. Even though my son is 2, I still had a lot of processing to go through and I didn't know where to start. I am glad I was able to take this workshop prior to getting pregnant with number 2 because I feel more in control now. Even though I am not yet pregnant, I feel I am already setting myself up for a successful VBAC whenever that time comes. I now know what questions to ask and hopefully I can take this information and find a VBAC supportive provider pre-pregnancy. I appreciated the resources provided as well. I liked how this workshop is virtual and I was able to pause and come back to it when I was ready. There were points where I needed to take a break to process my thoughts (mostly while writing my birth story) and I returned another day to finish up. I feel very empowered to ask the right questions, be my own advocate and find support where I need it. Thank you!

Very Helpful
By: Jessica Verni

This course was great in helping me work through my thoughts and emotions from my first pregnancy/labor. Even though my son is 2, I still had a lot of processing to go through and I didn't know where to start. I am glad I was able to take this workshop prior to getting pregnant with number 2 because I feel more in control now. Even though I am not yet pregnant, I feel I am already setting myself up for a successful VBAC whenever that time comes. I now know what questions to ask and hopefully I can take this information and find a VBAC supportive provider pre-pregnancy. I appreciated the resources provided as well. I liked how this workshop is virtual and I was able to pause and come back to it when I was ready. There were points where I needed to take a break to process my thoughts (mostly while writing my birth story) and I returned another day to finish up. I feel very empowered to ask the right questions, be my own advocate and find support where I need it. Thank you!

VBAC workshop
By: Ivanna Saienko

This course is great for anyone who is willing to try vaginal delivery after C/S because it provides all necessary information where the women have to start and what to ask when finding a VBAC supportive provider and doula. Personally I had trouble finding an OB who is VBAC supportive. It is almost impossible on Long Island. I though that info about ICAN was helpful as well as other VBAC resources. The program is great because it is not overvelming but provides short videos with pictures and all the facts related to VBAC (risk factors, doula, in hospital requirement -hep lock and monitoring). When I had a second child, I was pushed by the OB into induction that lead to c/s. From this course I learned that it is OK to switch a provider even at the end of pregnancy if he changes his mind about natural birth ( before my second delivery I was told if don't come for induction, I have to look for a new doctor at 40 weeks ). This stressed me so much so I decided to go for induction crying all night). For any women, I would definitely recommend this course that I honestly did not even know that these classes exist because nowadays not many know that there are options other than repeat c/s or women are just so scary because they were told that it is not safe. In addition, I learned that c/s has many more risks than VBAC. This class empowered me and I am looking forward for my VBAC birth in 3 weeks!!!


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  1. Megan says:

    I felt this workshop was beneficial to me gearing up for my next pregnancy. Not only to help me choose a provider, but to know what questions to ask and how to better advocate for myself in regard to having a VBAC. I’ve been having difficultly finding an OB that is supportive of a VBAC, and the workshop gave me some insight as to who may better serve me in this area (ie: hiring a doula or using a midwife instead of an OBGYN). The information is clear, and is short sweet and to the point. It held my attention, and didn’t leave me with questions after it was completed. I highly recommend it if you are preparing for a VBAC in the near or distant future.

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