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  • Do I have to do the face to face practical?
    No. You can work though the modules and do the practical yourself if you would prefer not to attend face to face. All of the content is provided in the online modules. The face to face workshops are free and a great addition if you can make it to one, why not!
  • If I have a question about the content, who do I ask?
    Please send all questions through on the contact us submission form. We will get back to you from there.
  • How long will I get access to the content?
    You will get access for 12 months from date of purchase.
  • How many weeks pregnant would you recommend people start the course?
    Any time from 20 weeks is a good idea. Most will start the content between the 28- and 32-week mark.
  • How long does the online content take to complete?
    It takes just under 3 hours to fully complete the content.
  • Do I need to book my partner into the practical workshop as well?
    No. One booking is required per couple. So just book yourself in and we will find out who you are bringing along later.
  • Do the practical workshops cost more?
    No, they do not. They are included in the price of the online modules. How good!
  • I am a Women's Health Physio and I would love to offer Born Ready in my clinic, who do I speak to about this?
    Awesome! Please just send us an email and we will get back to you. The more locations that are able to host workshops the more women we can collectively help.
  • What makes Born Ready different from other courses?
    Course is 2-3hrs online with an optional 2hr practical workshop. This is perfect for those with busy schedules who don’t have a whole weekend to spare! Affordable pricing: our course is just $330 for all of the online modules AND the in-person workshop We teach a variety of birth outcomes to suit any method and scenario Born Ready is based off the latest clinical and scientific evidence available We focus on partners as well, empowering them throughout the course instead of leaving them behind You can check out our Us vs Them post on instagram.
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Have any questions?

If you have any questions regarding the course, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

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