£65 – £85

Microbirth Workshop London

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Voluntary Action Islington

200a Pentonville Road

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N1 9JP

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New from the makers of Microbirth and award winning Health Professional Bridget Supple

A practical intensive one-day workshop aimed at birth professionals on the Microbiome, Birth and Breastfeeding

Aimed at childbirth educators, midwives, doulas, lactaction consulants and other heathcare professionals.

Recent science shows that it's critically important that a baby is exposed to it's mother's bacteria during pregnancy, birth and infancy.. This has long-term implications for the baby's future health and well-being.

But what does this mean? And how does a mother 'seed and feed' her baby's microbiome?

This practical workshop filled with videos, interactive learning and group exercises reveals the secrets of the infant microbiome which will help you better support parents by giving you a full understanding about this cutting-edge research.

In this one day workshop you will learn from the work of leading scientists in the field of the microbiome.

Your confidence in the science behind the messages will be strengthened and you will leave with exercises and activities to do with parents.

Find out about:
- the research into the microbiome it's effect on obesity, diabetes, immune diseases and mental health
- how it changes during pregnancy
- what the evidence says about seeding at birth
- what difference caesarean, waterbirth and en-caul birth makes
- how it trains the immune system
- the incredible microbial power of breastmilk

If you work in birth, breastfeeding or early years then knowledge about theMicrobiome before, at and after birth is crucial to help give babies the best start.

In this workshop you will:

  • Understand the science behind the microbiome in pregnancy, birth and in infancy

  • Be confident about the research that exists to date

  • Learn ways to explain the science to parents

  • Qualifies as continuing education credits (check with your accreditation provider)

  • Receive a Certificate of Attendance and other handouts

  • Be supported by a dedicated online community

If you work in birth, breastfeeding or early years then knowledge about theMicrobiome before, at and after birth is crucial to help give babies the best start.


Find out more here: http://microbirth.com/workshops/

SAVE with our Early Bird Tickets till Aprill 24th!

  • £65 before MAY 7th

  • £85 after May 7th


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