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Breastfeeding Workshop

Breastfeeding is a natural and normal way to feed a baby, and by choosing to make your baby a breastfed  baby, you and your partner are giving your baby the very best start.


This relaxed but practical workshop for expectant parents will offer  realistic expectations, develop practical skills, and explore coping strategies to cope with the challenges of breastfeeding in the early days.


Gain crucial knowledge, tips  and skills to ensure you get breastfeeding off to a great start, including practice techniques for good positioning and latching your baby at the breast, exploring challenges to successful breastfeeding, how to express and store breastmilk,  how to get some quality sleep, and dad’s unique role in the breastfeeding journey, to name just a few.


Run by highly experienced Midwives with a wealth of breastfeeding knowledge and expertise to share, this fun and friendly workshop will also give opportunity to meet and make friends with other expectant parents and to share expectations of breastfeeding a newborn.



VIRTUAL Breastfeeding Workshop Couples
August 06, 2020
6:00 pm
Breastfeeding Workshop for Couples Garforth
November 13, 2017
6:30 pm
Booking is closed at this moment
Breastfeeding Workshop for Couples Roundhay
November 06, 2017
6:30 pm
Booking is closed at this moment

Benefits of Workshops

Well prepared for the breastfeeding journey

Confident you can successfully breastfeed!

Recognise that baby is getting enough milk

Make like-minded friends to support each other

Healthy, balanced nutrition & hydration plan to ensure perfect lactation

Enjoy the whole breastfeeding experience

Strong bond with baby for both mum and dad

What Happens at the Workshops Session?

Warm welcome and introductions

Explore and set the group's agenda for the workshop

Fun, practical sessions 'practicing' breastfeeding techniques

Relaxed group-work exploring some breastfeeding challenges

Watching DVD of breastfeeding techniques & skin-to-skin

Plenty of opportunities to ask those all important questions

Breaks and refreshments & opportunity to make new friends


Wear comfortable clothing to try out different breastfeeding positions

Bring along any cushions/pillows for comfortable sitting

Bring along a list of questions you may have, and don't be afraid to ask anything you want...there is no such thing as a silly question!

Don't be nervous, we won't do any embarrassing scenarios!