Prenatal Childbirth Class — One day

Classes fill quickly. We recommend registering around week 24 of your pregnancy so you are about 32 weeks pregnant when you attend class. (Earlier for you're giving birth to twins).

This is a LIVE virtual class held online through Zoom.

This childbirth education class is designed to prepare you for your upcoming childbirth a fast-paced teaching environment. Topics include information about relaxation breathing, pain management options, and understanding the process of labor.


The registration fee is for a single attendee and includes the cost of materials. You may add a second attendee (a birth partner or support person) at no additional charge, but there is no discount to the fee if only one person attends. The additional attendee MUST be accounted for at the time of registration in order to reserve their spot. To do this, please choose “2” next to “attendees” in the box below when you select the date of your session. You must also fill in the details of this extra person during the registration process. The maximum number of people per registration is two.


If a registered person cannot attend, please contact us at so that we may make that spot available to someone else. If you would like to be added to the waitlist for a specific class, please let us know at the above email. No refunds will be given except for the birth of the child or for medical reasons.


Online Class
Streamed to your computer


Photo of the instructor
Gillian Emery

Prior to moving to the U.S., Gill worked as a hospital-based midwife at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, England. She took time off to raise her three sons and returned to work in the field she loves in 2014. As well as teaching childbirth education classes at Emerson Hospital, Gill is a DONA-certified postpartum doula and certified lactation counselor. She is passionate about supporting and educating new families through their journey to parenthood. In her spare time, Gill loves to travel, work in her garden, and go walking with her dog.