Color of Calm - Natural Birth Services
 

WELCOME

Welcome to the Color of Calm! You’re probably here because you’re looking for natural birth options, and for that I commend you. Parenting and making wise choices for your baby begins even before birth!

Having a baby is one of the most exciting and transformative events in life. Welcoming a new little person into this world and into your family is an experience like no other. As women, our bodies know how to birth. Our babies know how to be born. Our bodies and our babies will work together in perfect harmony if we just relax and let nature do what it does best! Birth is not something to be afraid of – it should be peacefully and joyfully prepared for.

Thank you for visiting my site – please continue to browse the resources and services I provide and definitely feel free to call me. I’m always happy to chat with an expecting mother!

– Alanna Peters, HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator
Located in the Vista and North County San Diego Area

“My husband and I loved this class! We looked forward to our hypnobirthing class with Alanna every week. She really covers everything you need to know. She is thorough, encouraging and a gentle guide. I am very happy with our decision to come to this class.”

- Nura  New Mom

About Me

HELPING YOU PREPARE FOR THE BIRTHING YOU ENVISION

Alanna Peters - Hypnobirthing Vista Instructor
Alanna Peters – Color of Calm Vista Hypnobirthing Childbirth Educator

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My name is Alanna Peters and I am the mother of two beautiful little girls. I am a certified HypnoBirthing® childbirth educator and a successful HypnoBirthing mama! I had such a beautiful experience with my birth that it has become my goal to help other families have the births they envision as well.

I first realized that I had an interest in birth back in junior college when I saw a birth video for the first time. It brought up a very strong emotional response in me and I strongly felt that birth was something I COULD do, that my body already knew HOW to do (even though I was in no way ready to be pregnant yet at that time!). Many years later, when I did become pregnant, those strong emotions returned and I began to do immense amounts of research on birth and how I could accomplish it in a peaceful, unmedicated way. Still to this day, every time I see a birth I get goosebumps and teary-eyed as I am filled with emotion. That moment of birth is such an amazing, awe-inspiring thing!

With my first pregnancy I tried a few different natural birth techniques and labored very peacefully for about 30 hours. The time eventually got to be too much for me and I gave in and got an epidural. I still had a wonderful birth experience but I was determined to do it completely naturally the second time around! I had several friends who had successful HypnoBirths so I decided to give it a try for myself. I ended up having the most amazing, relaxing, easy birth I could ever imagine. I was so relaxed that I didn’t even realize I was truly in labor until a few minutes before my baby was born peacefully at home! It was such an incredible experience that I felt called to share these HypnoBirthing® techniques with others. A healthy pregnancy and birth are things that are extremely important to me and it is my desire to help others achieve them as well.

 

Postpartum Doula

I am a CAPPA-trained Postpartum Doula, currently working towards my certification. As a postpartum doula I aim to help new parents feel empowered and confident in their parenting abilities.

What is a Postpartum Doula?

Postpartum Doulas support new families by providing emotional, physical, and evidence-based informational support after the birth of their baby.

In the postpartum period it is so important to support the mother’s recovery. Remember that mothers just underwent a life-changing experience too, and they need to be cared for as well as their newborn does! Postpartum doulas assist new mothers by giving instruction on infant care and feeding, assisting with household organization, offering support, information, instruction, comfort, and referrals as needed. Doulas have a positive impact on the well-being of the entire family.

More Info at http://www.cappa.net/postpartum-doula

CAPPA Postpartum Doulas:

  • Provide non-biased emotional, physical, and informational support during the postpartum period
  • Encourage the family to seek care that reflects their values and needs
  • Model and teach effective communication
  • Encourage informed decision making
  • Support the physical and emotional healing of the mother
  • Provide information on care options and resources for the mother and newborn
  • Support and assist with infant feeding
  • Educate the family on newborn care and characteristics
  • Provide support to the new mother’s partner and/or family
  • Assist with household organization
  • Refer to healthcare professionals when support requires clinical assessment, a need for prescription, or medical diagnosis
  • HypnoBirthing

    HypnoBirthing

    RELAXATION TECHNIQUES THROUGH SELF-HYPNOSIS

    HypnoBirthing® – The Mongan Method

    You have many choices and decisions to make for your birthing experience – your care provider, the environment in which you will bring your baby into the world, and the childbirth education classes you will choose to prepare for the birth of your baby.

    HypnoBirthing® is a tried and proven method that guides and prepares a woman to birth in a peaceful and beautiful manner. HypnoBirthing courses are built around an educational process that includes special breathing, relaxation, visualization, meditative practice, and attention to nutrition and body toning. It considers the psychological and physical well-being of the mother, her birth partner, and their newborn, fostering mutual respect for everyone involved. HypnoBirthing is very effective in both traditional health-care centers or alternative birth settings – all are welcome! HypnoBirthing provides you with tools you can use in any type of birth –  and carry into your new life as a parent as well.

    Through self-hypnosis you will be able to fully relax and trust your body to do what it naturally knows how to do. In our country today there are a lot of fears surrounding childbirth, especially as portrayed by the media. With HypnoBirthing® you will learn to trust birth and let go of any fears or limiting thoughts. In the absence of fear you allow your birthing muscles and your baby to work together in harmony, just as they were designed to do!

    Self-hypnosis isn’t anything like the goofy hypnotist stage shows you may have seen. Self-hypnosis is simply a method of bypassing your critical mind and accessing your subconscious through a deeper level of relaxation. It allows you to explore and release any limiting beliefs and fears and replace them with positive ones. You will be completely aware and in control the entire time.

    With HypnoBirthing® you will have the advantage and confidence of the Mongan Method reputation for top-quality birthing preparation. Find out more about the HypnoBirthing philosophy.

     

    “When you change the way you view birth, the way you birth will change.”

       – Marie F. Mongan

    HypnoBirthing Seal

    Giving birth should be your greatest achievement not your greatest fear.

    - Jane Weideman  Founder of Birth Buddies

    Classes

    HypnoBirthing

    course includes

    • Classes are taught in a series of 5 weekly 2.5- to 3-hour class meetings as required by the HypnoBirthing® Institute, helping you to understand how to have a calmer, easier birth:
      1. Building a Positive Expectancy (History/Introduction)
      2. Falling in Love with Your Baby/Preparing Mind and Body (Prenatal Bonding/Beginning Self-Hypnosis Techniques)
      3. Getting Ready to Welcome Your Baby (Birth Preferences/Deepening Techniques/Fear Release)
      4. An Overview of Birthing – A Labor of Love (Preparing For Birth)
      5. Birth – Breathing Love – Bringing Life (Positions/Breathing/Bonding)
    • Your own copy of the HypnoBirthing® Text book, HypnoBirthing®– The Mongan Method
    • 2 CDs/Download Cards for your relaxation, stress reduction, and bonding (Including the program cornerstone track, Rainbow Relaxation)
    • Professionally written scripts for your home practice
    • Handouts for planning your Birth Preferences
    • A set of Birth Prompts for your Birth Companion
    • Class instruction is designed to build your confidence and help you to have a safer, easier, and more comfortable birthing.
    • Classes are small for personal attention; Private instruction available if desired, see below.

     

    In class we will also cover

    • Good pregnancy nutrition
    • Body toning exercises
    • Several deep relaxation, visualization and breathing techniques for use during labor and birthing
    • Demonstration and practice in optimal birth positions
    • Hypnotic sessions in building birth confidence and eliminating fears
    • Comfort measures for partner to help mom relax during labor and birthing

     

    Class Details

    • You can start classes at any time, earlier or later in your pregnancy. It is recommended to start somewhere after the 5th month of pregnancy but, the sooner you start, the more time you have to practice and prepare your mind and body! And it is never too late, either. If you are afraid you are too close to your birthing time to start a 5-week class series, please contact me and we’ll see what special arrangements can be made.
    • Birth companions are an integral part of birthing, and we all work together as a team to bring your baby into the world in the way you envision. Together you will make the most important decisions for your baby and choose a supportive caregiver. (If you don’t have a partner that’s totally fine too – bring a friend, your mom, or come on your own – all are welcome!)
    • Group classes usually include several couples and are held one weeknight or one weekend morning a week.
    • Private classes can also be held at your home or another location. If you are interested in private classes, please give me a call to make arrangements.
    • Makeup classes and refresher classes are also available for $100/class. Please contact me for details and to arrange time/location for these.

     

    Hypnobirthing Dates

    2
    JUNE

    Saturdays 9:00AM
    CAP Wellness Center ($395)
    535 Encinitas Blvd. Ste 115 – Encinitas, CA 92020

    9
    AUGUST

    Thursdays 6:00PM
    CAP Wellness Center ($395)
    535 Encinitas Blvd. Ste 115 – Encinitas, CA 92020

    11
    AUGUST

    Saturdays 9:00AM
    CAP Wellness Center ($395)
    535 Encinitas Blvd. Ste 115 – Encinitas, CA 92020

    Class pre-registration is required. Please note that classes at CAP Wellness Center must be booked directly via their website. http://capwellnesscenter.com/hypnobirthing/

    If you are interested in private classes, please contact me directly to make arrangements. (760) 542-8090

    • Professional Instruction
    • 5 One on One Meetings
    • HypnoBirthing® Text Book
    • Practice Scripts
    • 2 Audio CDs
    • Birth Preference Forms
    • Companion Birth Prompts
    • Informational Handouts

    Newborn Care & Breastfeeding

    This class was created to help you transition into parenthood with confidence. In this combined class, you will learn the basics of both newborn care and breastfeeding. Both partners are asked to attend so you can be on the same page in how to support each other through this new experience of bringing a baby home for the first time.

    • Newborn Care taught by Alanna Peters, HBCE, Birth & Postpartum Doula
    • Breastfeeding taught by Christa Gonzalez, CLE (www.christagonzalez.com)

    Course Includes

      • Breastfeeding
      • Hunger cues
      • Cord care
      • Circumcision care
  • Bathing
  • Diapering
  • Swaddling
  • Babay-wearing
  • How to soothe a crying baby
  • When to call the doctor
  • Newborn Care Dates

     

    19
    JUNE

    Tuesday 6:00PM
    CAP Wellness Center ($95)
    535 Encinitas Blvd. Ste 115 – Encinitas, CA 92020

    17
    JULY

    Tuesday 6:00PM
    CAP Wellness Center ($95)
    535 Encinitas Blvd. Ste 115 – Encinitas, CA 92020

    21
    AUGUST

    Tuesday 6:00PM
    CAP Wellness Center ($95)
    535 Encinitas Blvd. Ste 115 – Encinitas, CA 92020

    Please bring any and all questions you may have about the first few weeks after bringing baby home! Class is three hours long and will include videos, discussion and baby dolls will be used for hands-on practice.
    Class pre-registration is required.

    Please note that classes at CAP Wellness Center must be booked directly via their website. http://capwellnesscenter.com/newborns-101/

    The HypnoBirthing classes were very rewarding and so much more than what the book would have provided. We received real life experience from Alanna as well as great suggestions on ways to practice at home in between classes.

    - Danielle Mother of three

    Resources

    Educational Websites

    HypnoBirthing Institute
    https://us.hypnobirthing.com

    Evidence-Based Birth
    http://evidencebasedbirth.com

    Spinning Babies
    http://spinningbabies.com

    Dunstan Baby Language
    http://www.dunstanbaby.com

    Care Providers

    Dr. Nick Capetanakis, DO
    Phone: (760) 634-2814
    Address: 535 Encinitas Blvd #120, Encinitas CA 92024
    www.drcapetanakis.com
    (Scripps Encinitas)

    Dr. Damon Cobb, DO
    Poway Women’s Health
    Phone: (858) 618-1156
    Address: 11939 Rancho Bernardo Rd Ste 110 San Diego, CA 92129
    http://www.powaywomenscare.com/
    (Pomerado Hospital)

    Dr. Lac Vu, MD
    Ho Vu Women’s Healthcare
    Phone: (619) 286-5858
    http://doctor.webmd.com/
    (Alvarado, Scripps Mercy, Sharp Grossmont)

    Dr. Timothy Riley, MD
    Hillcrest Obstetrics & Gynecology
    Phone: (619) 297-4901
    http://doctor.webmd.com
    (Scripps Mercy, Sharp Mary Birch)

    Dr. Dale Lapp, MD
    Phone: (619) 299-3111
    https://www.yelp.com/biz/lapp-l-dale-md-san-diego
    (Scripps Mercy, Sharp Mary Birch)

    UCSD Birth Center Midwives
    and Dr. Yvette LaCoursiere, MD
    (619) 543-3863
    Address: 200 W. Arbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92103
    https://health.ucsd.edu/
    http://doctors.ucsd.edu/

    Kaiser Zion Medical Center Midwives
    Phone: (619) 528-5000
    Address: 4647 Zion Avenue, San Diego, CA 92120
    https://thrive.kaiserpermanente.org

    Midwives (Birth Center and Home Births)

    Michelle Freund
    Birth Matters Holistic Midwifery
    Phone: (760) 757-8650
    https://www.birthmattersinc.com/

    Paula Tipton-Healy
    Phone: (760) 709-7396
    http://www.paulatipton-healy.com/

    Andrea Meyer
    Ocean Midwives
    http://oceanmidwives.com/andrea-meyer/

    Rachel Flores LM, CPM
    A Mother’s Nature Birth (Doula/Monitrice/Midwife, placenta encapsulation)
    http://www.amothersnaturebirth.com/

    Karly Nuttall
    Phone: (619) 794-7312
    http://www.karlynuttall.com/

    Cristi Lewis (Fallbrook)
    Phone: (760) 877-9939
    http://highroadhomeopathy.com/

    Birth Centers

    Babies in Bloom Birth Center
    Phone: (760) 940-2229
    Address: 1948 Via Centre, Vista, CA 92081
    http://www.babies-in-bloom.com/

    Tree of Life Birth Center
    Phone: (760) 230-6077
    Address: 617 Saxony Place, Encinitas, CA 92024
    http://www.treeoflifebirthcenter.com/

    Best Start Birth Center
    Phone: (619) 299-0840
    Address: 3630 Enterprise Street, San Diego, CA 92110
    http://beststartbirthcenter.com/

    Birth Photographers

    Catie Stephens

    Vuefinder Photography
    Phone: (619) 203-9412
    http://vuefinderphotography.com/

    Infant/Toddler/Preschool

    Lil’ Busy Bodies Playgym and Preschool
    Phone: (760) 659-0599
    Address: 208 E. Broadway, Vista, CA 92084
    http://www.mylilbusybodies.com/

    Doulas

    Willow Buckley
    Balancing Your Health (homeopathy, placenta encapsulation)
    Phone: (760) 815-8027
    http://balancingyourhealth.com/

    Kelly Pappas
    A Beautiful One Birth Services (placenta encapsulation)
    http://www.beautifulonebirthservices.com/

    Maya Fishman
    A Tribe Birth Services
    http://www.atribebirthservices.com

    Jaime Goldman
    Luna Physical Therapy (physical therapy, yoga)
    http://lunaphysicaltherapy.com

    Debbie Shelton
    Expecting Your Miracle Birth Services (Monitrice)
    http://www.expectingyourmiracle.com/

    Laura Baker
    http://www.intentionalbeginningsdoula.com/

    Rosie Peterson
    https://deardoularosie.wordpress.com/

    Jen Graham
    http://www.sandiegodoulacare.com/

    Kylie Shellstrom
    http://www.sandiegohypnobirth.com/kylie-shelstrom.html

    Chelsie Jones
    http://www.sandiegohypnobirth.com/chelsie-jones.html

    Kristen Stratton
    www.indueseasondoula.com

    Amy Bailey
    www.nurtureandharmonydoula.com

    Debbe Cannone
    http://www.douladebbebirthingbasics.com/

    Chris Dorman
    http://www.mydoulachris.com/

    Birth Education Center – Doula Matching Program
    http://www.birtheducationcenter.com/doula-matching-service/


    Massage, Prenatal Yoga, Etc.

    Cap Wellness Center
    Phone: 760-634-9715
    Address: 535 Encinitas Blvd. #115, Encinitas, CA  92024
    www.capwellnesscenter.com

    Chiropractic Rehabilitation Wellness Center
    Phone: (760) 726-9660
    Address: 115 Main St, Vista, CA 92084
    www.crwellnessmassage.com

    Yoga Janda
    Phone:(760) 716-6386
    Located INSIDE Babies in Bloom Birth Center: 1948 Via Centre, Vista 92081
    http://www.yogajanda.


    Postpartum

    Sumer Jimenez
    Postpartum Doula
    http://www.icappa.net/members/?id=52655151

    One Moon Doula Services
    Postpartum Doulas
    http://www.onemoondoula.com/

    Beautiful Beginnings
    Birth & Postpartum Doulas
    http://beautifulbeginnings.org/

    The First 40
    Phone: (619) 289-9233
    Address: 924 Encinitas Blvd #45, Encinitas, CA 92024
    www.thefirst40.com

    Postpartum Health Alliance
    http://postpartumhealthalliance.org/

    Postpartum Support International
    http://www.postpartum.net/

    Support Groups

    Babywearing San Diego
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/BabywearingSanDiego/

    Babywearing International of San Diego
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/BabywearingInternationalofSanDiego

    Badass Breastfeeders of San Diego
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/BadassBreastfeedersofSanDiego

    Semi-Crunchy Mama Club
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/semicrunchymamaclub

    Breastfeeding Support

    This is a list of free breastfeeding support groups in North County San Diego. I do my best to keep this list updated, however, I am not affiliated with these groups and times and dates may change. Please use the contact information listed below before driving to any meetings. Feel free to send me any schedule updates/corrections! email

    Monday

    11:00 a.m.
    UCSD Thornton Hospital – 9300 Campus Point Drive La Jolla, CA 92037
    SDG&E Room 3-102 or Lycan Room 1-245, First Floor near Radiology
    (858-657-7000) | (619) 543-7878

    Tuesday

    10:00 a.m. (2nd Tuesdays only)
    La Leche League North County Coastal
    Lanikai Lane Mobile Home Park Community Room  – Just off the Coast Highway between Poinsettia & Palomar Airport Rd.
    Christina: chrisnu7@roadrunner.com | Margi: mgrant1@san.rr.com | Facebook

    10:00 a.m.
    UCSD Thornton Hospital – 9300 Campus Point Drive La Jolla, CA 92037
    Lycan Room 1-245, First Floor near Radiology
    (800)926-8273

    11:00 a.m.
    (First Tuesday of the month only)
    Mamas Circle II – Full Term (“Extended”) Breastfeeding Support
    Mamas & Milk – 15706 Pomerado Rd. Suite 108, Poway
    (858) 218-MILK (6455) | www.mamasandmilk.com | info@mommasandmilk.com

    1:00 p.m.
    Babies in Bloom Lactation Lounge – 1948 Via Centre Vista, CA 92081
    (760) 940-BABY (2229) | www.babies-in-bloom.com

    2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    Palomar Health Downtown Campus, 555 East Valley Pkwy., Escondido 92025
    Education Classroom, Lobby Level
    (760) 739-2434 | www.palomarhealth.org

    Wednesday

    9:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
    Tri-City Medical Center, 4002 Vista Way, Oceanside, CA, French Rooms
    robinkaplan@sdbfc.com

    10:00 am
    B.O.O.B.s Free Lactation Support Group
    Cap Wellness Center – 535 Encinitas Blvd #115, Encinitas, CA 92024
    (760) 634-9715 | http://www.capwellnesscenter.com

    1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
    Scripps
    Vista United Methodist Church – Fellowship Hall
    490 South Melrose Avenue, Vista, CA 92081
    1-800-SCRIPPS (800-727-4777)

    Thursday

    10:00 a.m. – 12 noon (3rd Thursdays only)
    La Leche League of Poway
    Carmel Mountain Library – 12095 World Trade Dr., San Diego, CA 92128
    Patty: pattyandpaul@cox.net | Sara: sara.heckelll@cox.net | Facebook

    6:30 p.m. (1st Thursdays only)
    La Leche League Camp Pendleton – On Base (Anyone welcome)
    Britni (405) 508-1067 | britni.means@gmail.com
    La Leche League of San Diego Supports Military Mamas | Facebook

    7:00 p.m. (2nd Thursdays only)
    La Leche League of Escondido
    Michelle: (760) 741-7268 | lllofescondido@yahoo.com

    Friday

    10:00 a.m.
    Breastfeeding Circle
    Pregnancy Sanctuary – 466 North Coast Hwy. 101 Encinitas, CA 92024
    lane.catherinemary@gmail.com

    10:30 a.m.
    Mamas & Milk  – 15706 Pomerado Rd. Suite 108 Poway, CA 92064
    (858)-218-MILK (6455) | www.mamasandmilk.com | tiffanykyle@gmail.com

    11:00 a.m.
    Babies in Bloom Lactation Lounge – 1948 Via Centre Vista, CA 92081
    (760) 940-BABY (2229) | www.babies-in-bloom.com

    1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    Scripps
    San Dieguito United Methodist Church
    170 Calle Maglalena, Room 9/10, Encinitas, CA 92024
    1-800-SCRIPPS (800-727-4777)

    1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Palomar Health
    Pomerado Outpatient Pavilion, 15611 Pomerado Road, 1st floor, Poway 92064
    Education Classroom, First Floor
    (858) 613-4053 | www.palomarhealth.org

    1:30 p.m. (2nd Fridays only)
    La Leche League Oceanside
    Capistrano Park – 770 Capistrano Dr, Oceanside
    (760) 453-1372 | El: email

    Saturday

    10:00 a.m.
    Scripps Clinic Rancho Bernardo, Lower Lever Conference Room – 15004 Innovation Drive San Diego, CA 92128
    1-800-SCRIPPS (800-727-4777)  

     

    Facebook Support Groups

    Badass Breastfeeders of San Diego
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/BadassBreastfeedersofSanDiego

    Babies in Bloom Lactation Lounge
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/BiBLactationLounge/

    Parenting Toolkit

    You’ve had your baby, yay! Now what?!

    I know from experience that adjusting to life as a parent can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. Below are some tools and articles that I have personally found to be helpful in navigating those first few months with a newborn.


    THE LAST DAYS OF PREGNANCY – A PLACE OF INBETWEEN
    http://www.mothering.com/articles/the-last-days-of-pregnancy-a-place-of-in-between/
    I love this article for those last, long weeks of pregnancy.

    BABY EARS BY DBL (DUNSTAN BABY LANGUAGE)
    http://www.dunstanbaby.com
    This tool teaches you how to interpret the various cries your baby makes. There are 5 ‘words’ that all babies express to communicate their needs. This tool will help you to better understand and have more confidence in how to respond to your baby. You can download an app, purchase the DVD or watch online.

    THE WONDER WEEKS
    http://www.thewonderweeks.com
    This is so cool! The Wonder Weeks explains why babies are often unexplainably fussy and gives information about the leaps they are making in their mental development. I found it so helpful when going through a rough patch with my daughter to understand what was happening in her world and what new skills she was learning. The Wonder Weeks will help you to see that it is just a phase, and how you can better support your baby through that phase. You can purchase the book, download an eBook or download an app. (I highly recommend the app!)

    SLEEP
    http://sugarnightnight.com/
    Jen Varela at Sugar Night Night is an amazing local resource for sleep issues. She will talk you through those sleepless nights and also offers local classes for parents. She definitely helped me through some rough patches when I was at my wit’s end!

    http://elizabethpantley.com/
    Another great resource for sleep is Elizabeth Pantley’s “No Cry Sleep Solution”.

    NATURAL HOSPITAL BIRTHING FACEBOOK GROUP
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/172076123125556/
    This is a wonderful group that may be really helpful for this last month of pregnancy with any questions you have. There is also an amazing resources section in the Files part of the group.

    SEMI-CRUNCHY MAMA FACEBOOK GROUP
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/semicrunchymamaclub/
    I have found this Facebook group to be a very helpful, supportive place to ask any questions you may have about parenting. I would highly recommend joining.

    EXPECTFUL MEDITATIONS
    http://www.expectful.com
    Expectful is guided meditation for your fertility, pregnancy, and motherhood journey. I highly recommend downloading this app and adding one or more of these meditations to your daily routine.

    PODCASTS
    http://www.capwellnesscenter.com/hbhb/
    Healthy Birth, Happy Babies. There are so many amazing discussions about pregnancy and parenting here.

    http://www.birthful.com/category/podcast/
    “Birthful” with Adriana Lozada – great birthy discussions.

    http://www.janetlansbury.com/podcasts/
    And finally, a great podcast for parenting is “Unruffled”, with Janet Lansbury.

    BOOKS
    Men, Love & Birth by Mark Harris et al. is a great book for dads. http://a.co/b5bTdn3
    The Attachment Pregnancy by Laurel Wilson and Tracy Wilson Peters is a great bonding book. http://a.co/0JL4Gp9

    Contact

    I'd love to hear from you!

    Color of Calm
    HypnoBirthing and Natural Birth Services
    Vista, CA
    North County San Diego
    Phone: (760) 542-8090
    Email: alanna@colorofcalm.com