Lamaze


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La·maze

(lĕ-mahz'),
Fernand, French obstetrician, 1890-1957. See: Lamaze method.

Lamaze

(lə-mäz′)
adj.
Relating to or being a method of childbirth in which the expectant mother is prepared psychologically and physically to give birth without the use of drugs.
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The Lamaze birthing technique teaches pregnant women how to cope with labour pains through breathing, movement and relaxation methods as well as special massage techniques.
My first brush with Lamaze was 36 years ago with the birth of my first grandson.
In Lamaze-International, The Lamaze Learning Guide (pp.
Skelton beat Sweden's Peder Fredricson into second place, with Canadian Eric Lamaze - the 2008 Olympic individual champion - finishing third.
Skelton beat Sweden's Peder Fredricson into second place with Canadian Eric Lamaze - the 2008 Olympic individual champion - finishing third.
While pregnant with her first child, as a diplomat's wife who felt she couldn't rock the boat, Sheila nonetheless shunned both hospitals in her town and sought a home birth with a midwife trained in psychoprophylaxis (commonly known as Lamaze).
Contractor name : SELARL CARBONNIER LAMAZE RASLE & ASSOCIS
The gorgeous picture collage shows Kit giggling to himself as he looks into the mirror of a toy by Lamaze for which his mum is the ambassador.
"There's no decision yet, we'll just wait and see when we meet him or her," says Coleen, an ambassador for Lamaze early years toys, which are designed to inspire discovery through play.
Coleen rooney is the |new ambassador for Lamaze toys, designed with experts to inspire discovery through play, creating moments of wonder for babies and parents.
Marian has been attending Lamaze classes and breastfeeding seminar with husband Dingdong Dantes.