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Lamaze Childbirth Education: The Lamaze Childbirth Education series at Everyday Miracles is rooted in the best medical evidence available on how to promote a safe and healthy birth.  Over four weeks and twelve hours, families will learn what to expect as well as understand their choices during pregnancy and birth.  We create a warm, welcoming environment for all families to learn how to give birth and begin parenting with confidence.  Learn more about the Lamaze philosophy at

The Bradley Method®:  The Bradley Method® teaches natural childbirth and views birth as a natural process. It is our belief that most people with proper education, preparation, and the help of a loving and supportive coach can be taught to give birth naturally. This ten-week series provides a thorough understanding of the process of giving birth naturally. We cover healthy pregnancy, stages of labor, writing a birth plan, unexpected situations including cesarean, breastfeeding, postpartum, and newborns. Families will learn a new relaxation technique each week as we practice comfort measures in this hands-on series. Please feel free to invite your doula or other labor support person if they would benefit from learning the The Bradley Method® in order to support you during labor and birth.
Please note: This class is not eligible for a discount for Medicaid families. A limited amount of discounted spots are available. Please contact us for more infomation.



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Breastfeeding- Starting Off Right: Learn how to get breastfeeding off to the best start!  We will discuss how breastfeeding works as well as how to make it as comfortable and effective from the first latch. Families will also learn how to create a strong support system to help them meet their own breastfeeding goals.


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Lamaze-Inspired Crash Course: This one-day childbirth education class is perfect for families that are unable to attend our full series.  It is inspired by our comprehensive series and Lamaze’s Six Healthy Birth Practices to help families understand how to promote a healthy pregnancy, birth, and early postpartum period.   

Birth & Baby Basics: For those looking for topical-based workshops, check out our Birth & Baby Basics series. We offer a regular rotation of 90-minute classes that cover the basics. Great for those new to parenthood, as well as those who just need a refresher on a specific subject. Our series includes:

  • BRAINy Birth
  • Breastfeeding Basics
  • Comfort Measures Basics
  • Labor & Birth Basics
  • Mindful Birth
  • Newborn Basics
  • Postpartum Basics
  • VBAC Basics

Somali Childbirth Education:  Childbirth education, led by our doula Shamsa.  Topics vary from week to week. 

Workshops: We also host workshops with special guest speakers and our offerings are updated regularly. Some of the workshops may include:

  • Cloth Diapering 
  • Acupuncture and Acupressure for Pregnancy and Birth
  • Pumping and Returning to Work
  • Pelvic Floor Restore


These groups are drop-in only. No need to register! Just stop by!

In addition to the offerings below, we also host the following classes and groups that are drop-in only (no pre-registration required).

  • La Leche League NE Minneapolis: Meets at Everyday Miracles monthly (first Mondays) at 10 a.m.
  • BWI Twin Cities: Babywearing International meets at Everyday Miracles monthly (second Saturdays) at  11 a.m.
  • Everyday Miracles Moms Group: Meets twice monthly on the second and fourth Wednesdays at noon.



100 percent covered with a Medicaid insurance plan (zero out-of-pocket payment).

Prices vary per class/topic but are focused on accessible pricing for all. See registration page for additional details. 

Registration costs for all childbirth education classes and workshops include expectant parent and a support person. Partners are welcome and encouraged but not required.

*Only those with a state-funded/Medicaid insurance plan should request a code. Those with private insurance are welcome to register and attend, however class must be paid out-of-pocket.