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Our Education Classes

At Blossoming Bump, we believe every woman deserves the knowledge and skills for a positive birth experience. We are passionate about providing education and support to empower you throughout pregnancy, labor, and birth. Serving Mandurah and surrounding areas, our antenatal classes are small (maximum 4 couples) to ensure personalised attention and foster connections among expectant parents.

Our Classes


Labour & Birth

A 2 hour educative course by one of our midwife's, informing you on the following topics; 

- Coping mechanisms for early labour

- Analgesia options

- Birth partners role

- Upright labour & birth

- How your baby will be monitored

- Induction of labour/ Spontaneous labour

- Intervention

- Alternative types of birth

- Delayed cord clamping

- The importance of skin to skin

- The placenta

- The importance of an early feed

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Crash Course

This course will take you through the 3rd trimester, labour & birth and caring for your newborn.  We will help to inform, prepare and empower you so that you can feel confident and trust in your body's abilities. The course will cover common body changes, how to prepare our body for birth, You will learn lots of practical skills that will help prepare you, and your partner for the progress of labour, helping you to feel confident to stay at home until you are ready to head into the hospital. 

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Breastfeeding Workshop

These workshops run on the last Thursday of the month and cover everything you need to know about breastfeeding your new baby. This session is delivered by one of our experienced Lactation Consultants and is designed to give you the tools and confidence for a successful breastfeeding relationship.


The perinatal period, lasting from pregnancy to the first 12 months after giving birth can be a period of significant adjustment for the mother, child and other family members. There are major physical changes, emotional changes, and often lifestyle changes associated with this stage of life. Perinatal counselling helps parents-to-be and parents to adjust to this life stage and helps with related issues such as losses, grief, trauma, postnatal depression/anxiety and other perinatal disturbances.


For parent-infant or parent-toddler psychotherapy, parents and infants/young children attend together. This approach is used to explore difficulties with sleep, toilet training, tantrums, adaptation to fostering or adoption and other forms of early relationship difficulties caused by post- partum disturbances, chronic illness, disrupted attachment, separation and trauma.  The focus is on strengthening the attachment relationship between the child and her caregivers in order to prevent future difficulties. 



Rachael is a holistic practitioner aiming to provide an individualised approach to health. She specialises in providing nutritional guidance and support to pregnant women and women trying to conceive. Her individualised plan ensures that expectant mothers are getting the right nutrients for a health pregnancy.

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