Childbirth preparation classes are midwife-led sessions/workshops which follows a thoughtfully curated antenatal syllabus “Transition to Parenthood” written by Tolu the Midwife. 


The course covers a wide range of topics within antenatal, labour, delivery and postnatal periods. The group sessions are held in a relaxed and comfortable environment while the private one-to-one sessions are usually held in your home or a place of your choice with one birthing partner.

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Learn how to stay healthy during pregnancy. 

Learn what to expect in labour, delivery and transitioning to life with a newborn baby. 

Learn practical parenting skills to care for your newborn baby.

Reduces stress and anxiety about childbirth.

You'll feel informed and empowered about labour and delivery.

Boosts your confidence and prepare for the transition to motherhood.

It’s a good time to make friends with other expectant parents who are due to have their baby around the same time as you.

Speak with an experienced health professional in a non-clinical and relaxed setting.

Raise any concerns/questions which you may not have asked at your antenatal checks.

Some of the topics covered include: 

Labour and delivery 

  • Living healthy in pregnancy, diet, nutrition 

  • Preparations for labour

  • Signs and stages of labour

  • Pain relief options

  • Alternative pain relief methods

  • Breathing and relaxation

  • Partners role during childbirth

  • Labour and birthing options 

  • Complete birthing preferences 

  • Induction of labour

  • Caesarean Section

  • Complications during childbirth

Postpartum: It's all about you mama

  • What to expect in the postnatal period

  • Caring for yourself

  • Postnatal recovery

  • Emotional and mental health (Baby blues and postpartum depression)​

  • Sex after childbirth 

Your newborn baby

  • Bringing baby home.

  • Care of the new-born baby, cord care/wake-sleep pattern/bathing/nappy changing.

  • Common newborn conditions 

  • Discuss normality, deviations from the norm and when to seek medical assistance

  • Feeding your newborn baby: breastfeeding, expressing breastmilk, formula feeding, feeding support and expectations



A what to expect course for labour, delivery and postpartum.

Self-directed learning. Click, book and learn. 

We have over 7 hours in 70 videos covering everything you'll need to prepare you for labour, delivery and life with your newborn baby. 

You'll be directed to The Maternity Hub Nigeria. Select Labour with Confidence: A what to expect course for labour, delivery, and postpartum, pay for the course and you are good to go. 


We often get so wrapped up with the pregnant women, men are unconsciously side-lined. The fact is you are having a baby too! and we need you here every step of the way. 

The benefits of the "Father Effect" is not spoken about enough. Many studies highlight the benefits of "fathering" include bonding with your baby, (even in utero) and contributing to your child's psychological and social outcome in a positive way. 

Men are usually sidelined or excluded from the transition to parenthood. This can affect the way he supports his partner and bonds with their baby. The reality of the matter is, Parenting requires teamwork and need to encourage men to be involved at every stage right from conception. 

At the maternity hub, we have created a class just for soon-to-be first-time fathers. Click the below to join the waitlist for the next class. 

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