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Category: Pregnant Folks

July 15, 2021
Sundays with Sarah: Who Should Be at Your Birth

Building your birth team is an important step in creating the birth space you want. How do you know who should be present at your birth? Tune into this informative video from Sarah Lovell, RN, CLC, student midwife and one of our amazing childbirth educators. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Manhattan […]

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July 14, 2021
Sundays with Sarah: Choosing your care provider

One of the biggest decisions a birthing person will make is: choosing their provider. How can you ensure that you have the birth you choose and that you are heard? Sarah Lovell, RN, CLC and student midwife (and amazing educator at Manhattan Birth) shares some key things to look out for and how to know […]

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January 11, 2021
Free Webinar Series: Birth Stories

Join us as three new families share their exciting, diverse, and triumphant experiences with you and answer your questions.

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January 11, 2021
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Chemo Stories

Tanya Wills and Tina Zarembavo talk about some of the topics that come up when you meet a friend during your shared experience of having breast cancer.

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January 11, 2021
Birth Workers Tanya Wills + Sarah Lovell Discuss Birth Trauma

Tanya Wills and Sarah Lovell discuss birth trauma.

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January 11, 2021
Lessons in Birth with Tanya Wills + Sarah Lovell

Tune into this conversation between Tanya and Sarah about a recent birth Tanya attended. Sometimes at a birth, the birth worker, doula, midwife learns something too.

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January 11, 2021
Announcing Manhattan Birth’s Virtual Classes

Tanya and Sarah are are thrilled to announce that all Manhattan Birth classes and the mentor program will now be hosted virtually.

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January 11, 2021
Tips on Handling Due Date Expectations with Tanya Wills

Tanya Wills reassures pregnant people that it is normal to have their baby between 37-42 weeks, and shares tips on how to handle due date expectations. It is normal to give birth after your due date!

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