Antenatal and Postnatal Courses with UNLIMITED ACCESS from the comfort of your own home!
Booking a course online could not be simpler!
All courses below are for the benefit of parents/supporting adults wishing to understand more on that chosen topic.
Simply click on the button next to your chosen course.
You will be redirected to my sister-website www.d-restricted.co.uk, where you will be able to purchase the course.
Once purchased you will be sent a link to the email address you submitted (so double check for typos!). Please make sure you save the Email so that you can access the course multiple times, as the link is embedded within it.
Please be advised that all work provided in this course is protected by my copyright and it is illegal to share, copy or re-purpose the materials for your own commercial use or with others. You are entitled to use these materials for your own personal use only.
The information provided in this presentation is intended solely for general educational and for informational purposes only. It is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice.
Always seek the advice of your health care provider for any questions you may have regarding medical issues.
Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it.
What you should know, before your baby is born"
Finding out about breastfeeding before your baby is born can be a huge help in getting breastfeeding off to a good start.
Are you expecting a baby? Would you like to prepare for breastfeeding your baby? If you’re a dad, mum, partner or close friend or family member, would you like some ideas for how to support the breastfeeding parent and baby with breastfeeding?
D-Restricted's Antenatal breastfeeding course will give you the chance to learn about breastfeeding, and find out where to access breastfeeding information and support when your baby is born. The course is approximately a one hour snapshot presentation which includes films and discussion through an online course. The presentation will be sent to your email address (30 day access) and also in the 'Thank you page' at the check out.
Course topics include:
-Anatomy and Physiology
-The importance of skin2skin
-Recognising when feeding is going well
-Positioning and Attachment to Breastfeed
-Recognising Feeding Cues
-Expressing and Breast milk Storage
-Support from partners
This course is in preparation for starting your little one onto solids at around 6 months old. This can be both an exciting and anxious time. This course displays videos on what to do if your little one is choking, some basics surrounding allergies and discusses the benefits of the different methods of how to wean. The course is approximately a one hour snapshot presentation which includes films and discussion through an online course. The presentation will be sent to your email address (30 day access) and also in the 'Thank you page' at the check out.
Course topics include:
-Baby Led Weaning
-Parent Led Weaning
-Important Food Groups
-When not to Wean
"Suspecting when having a tongue-tie: is being tongue-tied!"
This is a tongue-tie information resource for general use for those who support parents and caregivers with infant feeding, such as peer supporters and is for general information purposes only (nb this course will NOT teach you to diagnose and will NOT teach the frenulotomy procedure itself.). The course houses videos on recognising some common symptoms of a tongue tie, and discusses a frenulotomy procedure (tongue tie division) using scissors. It looks at the risks of the procedure, and the benefits too whilst acknowledging and addressing common misconceptions. The course is approximately a one hour snapshot presentation which includes films and discussion through an online course. The presentation link will be sent to your email address and also in the 'Thank you page' at the check out.
Course topics include:
-Definition of a tongue-tie
-Some common misconceptions
-Risks of the procedure
-Symptoms of a restrictive tongue tie
-Tongue tie division throughout history
-NICE (2005) recognition
-Aftercare of tongue tie division
(suitable from birth to pre-crawling age)
Here we have all of the benefits of a baby massage course, to be enjoyed without even leaving the house!
Baby massage is not a new concept, and has been practised in other countries for hundreds of years, with the belief that it helps with health, happiness, security and a feeling of being loved-for parent and baby. Baby Massage is tailored for all babies right from birth until pre-crawling age. It also addresses many of the symptoms a baby may be experiencing as a result of a restrictive frenulum such as colic, trapped wind, reflux and teething without the need for medication. It also has the added benefits for parents with bonding and confidence with their baby.
Baby Massage involves the parent/caregiver learning massage techniques, in order to promote physical and emotional well-being to the baby whilst also promoting bonding and attachment skills for the parent too.
Yoga Babes &
These 2 Yoga courses are the next stage in achieving infant milestones. It is highly recommended that the baby massage course is completed before starting Yoga, as it is the next follow-on stages from that. Yoga sessions are tailored for babies a minimum of 8 weeks old, all the way up to a year old. It is offered in two sections 'Yoga-Babes' (8 weeks upto 5 months old approx) and 'Yoga-Tots' (5 months to 2 years old approx) to adapt to their developmental ages. (The GP/Health visitor 6-8 weeks developmental check must have been completed and nil concerns). This style of infant yoga concentrates on stretches, reflexes and abilities of the infant-it is not adult yoga with and infant in attendance.
Infant Yoga helps with development and stimulation of:
The Moro Reflex, Instinctive Self-Protection, Building Core Strength, Diagonal Co-ordination and Breathing Techniques.
It is recommended that all proposed participants consult with their healthcare provider's (GP or Health visitor for example) for their medical health suitability to take part. For example, there is floor work and lifting (of infant) for the adult, and infants are encouraged into gentle stretches and joint movements.