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    Our Birth Education Class

    Our birth education class is a one day, 4-hour class offered the 3rd Saturday of every month. In the class we will discuss important topics like: When to call your physician, when is labor real, what do you do if your bag of water breaks, breathing and relaxation techniques, the important role of your support person, delivering your baby with and without pain medication, postpartum care, breastfeeding, some newborn care, and much more.

     

    You will be given plenty of bathroom breaks and I will provide food and drinks. At the end of the class, I will show a virtual tour of Fair Oaks Hospital labor and delivery unit and we will discuss what entrance to go through depending on the time of night or day you are sent to the hospital.

  • Pay For Birth Education Class

    The cost for you and your support person is $150/ couple

  • Client Reviews

    What People Are Saying

    "Mrs. Washington, you are truly the reason I pushed through and made it to the end. You are a huge inspiration to me and I cannot express how thankful for you I truly am." - Erika M

     

    "You are such a great person and teacher. Your faith and encouragement have been a great blessing for all of us, we really love you and can't thank you enough for all you have done. You are truly a great inspiration and I will carry you with me always." - Monique F

     

    "Sherri Washington's skill and service put me at ease throughout a new and scary experience." - Joy H

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    ECPI University

    10021 Balls Ford Rd, Manassas, VA 20109

    Room 213
    4 hour Class Offered the 3rd Saturday of Every Month from 9:30 - 1:00pm
    703-629-0747
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