Breastfeeding Basics Classes

 
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We hold group classes at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton and in our South Boston Studio. These classes are tailored to expectant women who want to prepare for breastfeeding after birth. We also offer this class as a private, 1:1 in-home session.

Moms with infants may be interested in our Free Breastfeeding Support Group or In-Home Lactation Consultations.


 

Breastfeeding Basics Group Class

What to Expect

Class Duration: 90 minutes
Cost: $75 (includes 1 support person)

Taught by a Registered Nurse and Lactation Specialist.

Topics Include:

  • Health benefits for both mothers and babies from breastfeeding

  • Anatomy and physiology of breastfeeding

  • How our bodies make milk

  • What to expect with poops and pees from a breastfed baby

  • The first hour of life after delivery

  • Skin-to-skin contact with your baby after delivery and beyond

  • Initiating and sustaining a successful latch

  • Positioning your baby during breastfeeding

  • Pumping and safe storage of breast milk

  • When to bottle feed or supplement for your baby



 

Breastfeeding Basics:
Private Session

What to Expect

Class Duration: 90 minutes
Cost: $200 (includes 1 support person)

Taught by a Registered Nurse and Lactation Specialist in the privacy of your own home.

How to Book: Please select a date/time in the booking tool. Once you select ‘Continue,’ you will be prompted to enter additional availability. A Boston NAPS team member will contact you to finalize your private session. Don’t see an open time/date that works for your schedule? Fill out our Appointment Request Form.

Topics Include:

  • Health benefits for both mothers and babies from breastfeeding

  • Anatomy and physiology of breastfeeding

  • How our bodies make milk

  • What to expect with poops and pees from a breastfed baby

  • The first hour of life after delivery

  • Skin-to-skin contact with your baby after delivery and beyond

  • Initiating and sustaining a successful latch

  • Positioning your baby during breastfeeding

  • Pumping and safe storage of breast milk

  • When to bottle feed or supplement for your baby