Biological Breastfeeding Class

New Family at Birth

Biological Breastfeeding is an evidenced-based class, that gives parents the most current information and techniques available.  We use innate feeding behaviors and biological reflexes to make breastfeeding as easy as possible right from the start.  It sounds like a lot, but Biological Breastfeeding means less to know and remember!  Mothers who use Biological Breastfeeding have:

  • Fewer latching struggles.
  • Fewer milk supply worries.
  • Less nipple pain and trauma.
  • Increased breastfeeding rates long term.

What does the Biological Breastfeeding class cover?

We cover everything you need to know to get breastfeeding off to a great start, regardless of the type of birth you are planning.  

  • This class discusses the importance of breastfeeding.
  • How birth options impact breastfeeding.
  • Establishing and maintaining a good milk supply.
  • How to recognize hunger cues.
  • Feeding techniques, including positioning and latching.
  • Ways to determine if baby is getting enough milk.
  • Partner’s role in breastfeeding.
  • How to avoid common problems.   


How much does the Biological Breastfeeding class cost? 

This class costs $45 (partners can attend for free).  The class fee is non-refundable.


How do I sign up? 

If you need more information or would like to register, please call or text 303.601.5689 or send an email to AmandaDean@pm.me.

Please select the class or service you would like:
Participant(s) Name(s)
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Copies of the presentation will not be available.  


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