Breastfeeding Bootcamp for Moms-to-be
In this 2hr class, you will learn what every family should know about breastfeeding BEFORE baby arrives! This includes learning the what, how, and why of modern breastfeeding principles and practice.
You will learn how to breastfeed correctly from the start, what to really expect in those early days (and why), and how to know when to call for help. You will also get answers to the age old question, “How do I know my baby is getting enough?”.
Breastfeeding Bootcamp will empower you with a solid foundation to begin your breastfeeding journey.
From the first hour of life to the first six weeks, there is important information that parents need to know to be able to nurse baby. You will learn them in this unique Prenatal Breastfeeding Class!
About the teacher
Giselle Baturay is an experienced Certified Lactation Educator, Postpartum Doula and Childbirth Educator. She's the mother of four breastfed children and owner of Granola Babies. For over 15 years Giselle has specialized in Prenatal and Postpartum education, including training at the University of San Diego, The Institute of Integrative Aromatherapy, Birthing from Within, DONA International and International Childbirth Education Association.
Class is limited to pregnant women and a co-parent. Class time is 11am - 1pm and cost is $25 per pregnant woman (includes co-parent) to attend and registration is required. Handouts will be emailed after the class. For questions please contact us. Coupon codes and promotions are not valid on classes.
Prenatal Breastfeeding 101 Class takes place at Granola Babies Annex, 2 blocks from Granola Babies Children's Boutique. Please click here for location details.
No Strollers - please leave stroller in the car.
Class Cancellation Policy
Because our teachers work hard to prepare in advance for classes, classes and events payments are refundable up to 72 hours before the class/event takes place. After this time, classes and events are non-refundable and cannot be used for a future class or store credit as teachers have already been compensated for their supplies and time. Thanks for understanding!