Breastfeeding is a Health Decision

Breast milk is the healthiest nutrition for babies.

Private consultations also available. Email us


First, breastfeeding is the most natural and adapted food for babies. Yet it is a learned behavior for both the baby and her mother. In addition, it is a lot of work and mothers breastfeed their newborn 8 to 12 times a day. This is why confidence and preparation are key for the mother to succeed in her lactation journey. Also, support from family and partner is also critical to a rewarding journey. Couples are encouraged to attend this class together.

Attending a class as you are expecting or right after birth is critically important and without a doubt beneficial to get off a great start in your lactation journey. Or you may also want to have a private consultation for a personalized session during and after pregnancy. We offer both.

Our class – conducted by an expert IBCLC consultant (International Breastfeeding Certified Lactation Consultant) and a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator (LCCE)- certainly prepares you to breastfeed your baby with success and confidence.

Private consultations are also available and easily organized before and after baby’s birth.

We follow ACOG and WHO guidelines.

Breastfeeding Basics

  • Educates you all about lactation
  • Prepares you mentally physically, and emotionally
  • Achieve the most satisfying experience for you and your baby
  • Helps you understand the benefits to you and your baby
  • As a result, build confidence

Who is our lactation Class for ?

  • Women and partners expecting usually in their second or third trimester in pregnancy
  • New parents with newborns who need some support and knowledge
  • Parents who want a personal and intimate learning environment different from a hospital setting
  • Parents who want to educate themselves about the lactation
  • Our class is in small group settings
  • Private consultation are also available and easily organized

What is covered in our Class ?

  • Learn normal newborn behavior, what to expect and how to successfully respond to early feeding cues
  • Baby’s stomach capacity
  • Feeding cues
  • Breastfeeding positioning
  • Latching
  • Breast/nipple care
  • Engorgement and soreness
  • Pumping (when, how, types of pumps) vs. hand expression
  • Diet and medications
  • Prematurity and unexpected circumstances
  • Myths
  • Q&A
  • Hour and a half long class
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