Better Birth Practitioners
A collective of experts in pregnancy, birth, postpartum and beyond here to support you and improve your perinatal experience. This is a place to find upcoming classes and events, to ask questions, and find support.
Directory of Local Women's Health Services
Birth and Postpartum Doula
Andrea Weenig, Doula and Massage Therapist
Andrea provides professional doula services to families in Jackson, Wyoming and the surrounding area. In addition, she also provides therapeutic massage outcall.
Chiropractic Care and Myofascial Release
Laura Peterson Wright, Doctor of Chiropractic
I love working with prenatal and postpartum mothers to help with the musculoskeletal woes that come with pregnancy, delivery, and having a newborn, as well as opening up and balancing the pelvis (Webster’s Technique) to facilitate delivery. I don’t personally adjust infants, but I can recommend other chiropractors who do.
Monika Friedman, Fertility Coach
Providing emotional, lifestyle & practical fertility support for ambitious women. I'm a 4-time IVF warrior turned fertility coach, mind-body teacher, health & life coach. My own journey to becoming a mom (1 IVF, 1 naturally conceived baby) has made me passionate about helping make YOUR path easier.
Midwifery and Women's Health
Adair Flynt, Certified Nurse Midwife and Family Nurse Practitioner
Adair is currently a practitioner at Women's Health and Family Care in Jackson, WY. Among her services there as a midwife and nurse practitioner she also teaches community online childbirth education classes and is an evidence based birth instructor. Please email her for upcoming dates, package pricing, and registration.
Pilates for Women's Health
Kim Armington, Pilates Instructor
Kore Align Pilates
Women health, pre/post natal fitness, incontinence, prolapse, diastases recti, scoliosis, osteoporosis.
Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga
Rebecca Dary, Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher
I believe it's so important to get creative with ways to support our mamas, so that they have a full cup to give to their little ones. In my gentle prenatal and postnatal yoga classes we come together to support each other on this journey by creating community while taking care of our physical, mental, and emotional health. Therefore, unlike other yoga classes there's a lot of talking, crying (mostly babies), and laughing.