The MamasteFit Labor Biomechanics & Positions Quick Reference Guide
This e-book visually demonstrates how the pelvis opens based on the movement pattern. We want to open the pelvis based on where the baby is, so understanding the pelvic levels and movement patterns can assist in creating more space for the baby to descend and rotate for birth.
This e-book covers:
- Pelvic Anatomy
- Pelvic Floor Quadrants and Stance Influences
- Baby’s Positions, Stations, & How Baby Rotates through the Pelvis
- Pelvic Levels + Biomechanics + Labor Positions
- Labor Stalls Troubleshooting + Possible Solutions
*Please note that this e-book course does not include any videos. This course is only an e-book download.
Learn to Open the Pelvis
You will understand what the different pelvic levels are, and what movement patterns create more space in each level to help baby descend and rotate more easily through the pelvis!
Understand the Science of Birth
Learn basic anatomy of the pelvis and pelvic floor, how baby is moving through the pelvis, and the biomechanical patterns that open the pelvis so you can know what positions to explore at each stage!
Approaching Labor Stalls
You'll learn WHAT may contribute towards labor stalls, and how to solve each possible cause with a variety of options. Not every labor stall can be solved by just adding pitocin! Sometimes we need to explore movement, rest, or focus on baby's position!
Meet Gina & Roxanne
Gina has her masters of science in exercise science and is a birth doula. Gina specializes in pelvic biomechanics and pushing. She uses her in-person experience working with over 100 birth clients to help you better understand how to create space and facilitate labor progress.
Roxanne is a labor and delivery nurse with her bachelor's of science in nursing. Roxanne has been a labor and delivery nurse for most of the past decade, working with hundreds, if not thousands of patients. Roxanne shares her medical expertise on approaching labor stalls so that you can advocate for your birth.