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When it comes to preparing for childbirth, many of the moms that contact me are well organised when it comes to their medical needs. However, what I’ve noticed is that often a lot of simple planning gets missed, resulting in stress, worry and overwhelm once baby has arrived.
This week’s guest, Amanda Gorman is a mother of two and is a certified birthing from within childbirth educator. Amanda is passionate about helping moms prepare for childbirth and postpartum and offers loads of resources to help ease the load and get started creating a birth plan.
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Links Mentioned in the Episode
- Amanda’s Postpartum self-paced online course – Enter discount code MYBABYMASSAGE10 at checkout to get 10% off.
- Finding Your Village Podcast.
- Amanda’s FREE tummy time guide.
- Finding Your Village on Instagram.
About Amanda Gorman
Amanda Gorman is a wife, mother of two, the host of the Finding Your Village podcast and a certified Birthing From Within childbirth educator.
In addition to her family, Amanda is passionate about: writing, speaking, addiction and trauma recovery, music, social justice and birth work. Her podcast focuses on birth, postpartum and parent mental health.
She offers online childbirth classes and postpartum classes that not only inform parents about the physiological aspects of birth, but also train parents to build a toolkit to cope with pain, become confident facing the unknown and find their parenting village.