Proactive Preparation for Easier Birth
Join others who are enthusiastic for your life-giving year! Find a Spinning Babies® Certified Parent Educator to start using techniques for comfort in pregnancy and smoother progress in labor through our unique approach to physiological birth.
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Find Spinning Babies® Workshops and events near you to start helping parents experience a more confident and comfortable birthing process for both themselves and their baby.
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Daily Essentials can be practiced daily throughout pregnancy to help bring balance and comfort — and an easier, shorter birth.
Spinning Babies® Parent Class
Spinning Babies® Parent Class provides clear instructions on how to use Spinning Babies® for a more comfortable and confident pregnancy and labor.
"Spinning Babies® was the best training I’ve taken in ten years of practice – it has revolutionized my approach to working with birthing women. I feel so strongly about this training: no one who supports women in birth should be without it."
- Jessie Harrold
"Gail Tully’s Spinning Babies® addresses and answers many questions regarding fetal malposition and malpresentation and slow or stalled labor. Her wisdom, knowledge of maternal fetal anatomy and original visual aids, will open your mind and enhance your skills in understanding, preventing and correcting many of these problems."
- Penny Simkin
“I used many of your activities throughout my pregnancy. Despite having two cesareans for malpositioned babies, I went on to have a quick and uneventful VBA2C earlier this month. I tell everyone how much of a difference they can make!”
- Amy Isaksen Cartwright
"I love Spinning Babies®. It’s so empowering to be able to figure out what’s happening with your baby on your own. And when my youngest was not turning head down late in my pregnancy I felt so much better having something I could do to try and help her (and even better, it worked!)."
- Shanna Baker Switzer