1750 Ocean Park Blvd.Suite 206
Santa Monica, CA 90405
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Los Angeles Birth Partners...a community center for new parents and parents to be.
Birth Basics w/ Cheryl:
12/5 &12, 1/9 & 16, 2/6 &13
11/15, 12/20, 1/24, 2/21
Infant CPR:
11/20, 12/4, 12/18, 1/15, 1/29
Meet the Doulas:
12/6, 1/17, 2/7
Natural Childbirth Class:
12/7-28, 1/4 -25
Newborn Care:
12/3, 1/7, 2/4

Los Angeles Birth Partners offers a wide range of childbirth education classes, developmental play groups, new mom support, and parenting lectures. All of our programs are taught by experts in the field with many years of experience.

Our class sizes are small so we can give our clients personalized attention. They do fill up quickly, so please keep that in mind when viewing our schedule.

We look forward to suppporting you during this very special time of life.

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We offer pregnancy, delivery, and childcare classes available during the week and on weekends. Sessions range from one day to six weeks.


We offer New Mom Support, Developmental Play, Parenting Support, and Developmental Workshops. Groups meet weekly or monthly.

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