AMP Antenatal Course part 1

Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy | taught by A Mother Place

Course description

AMP Antenatal Course Part 1

Welcome to A Mother Place (AMP) Antenatal Classes, Course 1.

Topics that we will cover

  • Lifestyle Choices
  • Exercise
  • Diet
  • Sex, drugs and Rock n' Roll
  • Sleeping
  • Working

Including a handy download - "Pelvic Floor Exercises"

You can find out more about us and our great team of experts here http://amotherplace.com/

Why should you do AMP Antenatal Classes?

You cannot choose the kind of birth you will have but you can chose to prepare yourself in the best possible way with antenatal classes that help you to understand the pregnancy and birth process better and prepare you for the weeks, months and years ahead.

These classes will support you whilst helping you to keep an open mind and have realistic expectations about the times ahead.


A Mother Place
A Mother Place

A Mother Place (AMP) is brought to you by the team behind "Doctor and Daughter’s Guide to Pregnancy” - Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Roger Marwood and his daughter and mother of 2, Becca Maberly.


If you want to get in touch with us about anything Becca is your girl!

Course Curriculum

Alcohol and Smoking
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Sleeping and Sex
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Travel
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Working
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Reviews (7)

by Luchiya Licheva

by Hannah Gazic

Online Antenatal Course

by pat clargo
Perfect bitesize info chunks! Easy to read through and understand without getting too bamboozled by it all.
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by Luchiya Licheva

by Hannah Gazic

Online Antenatal Course

by pat clargo
Perfect bitesize info chunks! Easy to read through and understand without getting too bamboozled by it all.

Great class

by Polly Johnson
Really liked doing a class like this in my own time

by Hattie Mauleverer-Jones
I liked the fact that the food and drink section was realistic. I constantly feel judged if I have some sushi or a glass of wine.

Review of part 1 course

by Katy Hales
I thought this course was informative and covered all the bases. It didn't have any alarmist material, and I liked that it was text and images rather than video, which meant I could read it at work without it being awkward. I already have a 2 year old, so much of the information wasn't new to me (apart form the smoked salmon!), but I would say it was as good as the NCT materials that you have to pay a lot of money for. I do struggle to see how this information differs from anything else you can pickup from a general google or a look at other baby/pregnancy related websites like babycentre.com

Brilliant Course

by Alice George
Really Enjoyed this! Thank you!