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How to Push Safely During Labor

So you have a little one on the way?! Congratulations, mama! Maybe this is your first pregnancy and you want to learn how to push safely and confidently but do not know where to start.

Maybe you this is your second, third, or fourth pregnancy and you want to learn a different way to push. Maybe you experienced birth trauma in the past and want to walk confidently into this next birth.

Either way, you understand that it takes work and ocmmitment to prepare for a blissful birth.

Maybe you have 25 Pinterest pins open on your desktop that you promise to get to before baby arrives.

What if I told you there was an easier way?

Introducing, a Virtual Birth Course designed by a pelvic floor physio that your vagina will thank you for!

When #coronavirus and #quarantinelife started trending on the internet, on a scale of 1 to oh.Heck.NO, how chill were you when your labor and delivery class was cancelled?


Mama, I’ve got you.

Introducing The Push Lab. The only labor and delivery class on the internet created by a pelvic floor physio.


I created this program after hearing countless mamas ask me, “why didn’t anyone teach me about my pelvic floor before giving birth?”


You see, the average labor and delivery class is not training you mentally, physically, and spiritually for birth. ALL three categories are crucial to help prepare your pelvic floor to minimize or prevent tearing, decrease labor pains levels, and increase comfort during birth.


Because you have #notime for aches, leaks, and pain postpartum.

If you are a pregnant mama ready to take your labor and deliver prep to the next level, click here to learn more about The Push Lab.

Not Ready to sign up for a course just yet? Sign up below for my free guide on how you can start taking the first steps to preparing your pelvic floor for birth.


From your girl on the internet that cares about your vagina,


Dr. Betsey


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