Acupressure Workshop for Birth Professionals
with Nicholas Olow, MS, L.Ac.
Saturday, May 14
Join Nick Olow for this all day hands-on workshop-
The Acupressure Comfort Measures you will learn from this one-day intensive workshop will be priceless!!!
Time: 9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
East Charlotte Presbyterian Church
10101 Robinson Church Road
Charlotte, NC 28215.
If you are at a birth on the day of the workshop you will be entitled to a full refund.
The Acupressure Comfort Measure Workshop on Pregnancy Care, Labor Support, and Postpartum Care is ACNM Approved for 8 Contact Hours.
If you are a DONA, Lamaze International, ICEA member, Hypnobirthing Instructor, LM, CPM, CM, CNM, or L&D RN you can apply this workshop toward your re-certification for 8 CEUS.
NARM, NC and SC State Board of Nursing Accepts ACNM CEUs...
Prenatal Massage Therapists, Body Workers, Chiros and PT's who work with pregnant and postpartum mothers are welcomed to attend...
To officially Register for the Acupressure Workshop for Birth Professionals in Charlotte, NC please click on the PayPal Link Below:
After you remit your payment please Instant Message Nick on FB under Nicholas Olow or you can call or text him at 619-405-5282 that you just paid for the Acupressure Workshop in Charlotte, NC, and please provide your Full Name, Title, Cell, and Email address so he can officially register you for the workshop.
It is going to be an amazing hands-on workshop!!!
The Acupressure Workshop on Pregnancy Care and Labor Support will cover the following:
Hands-on practical locating Acupressure Points.
Learn Antenatal Acupressure points that work great for quickly minimizing morning sickness, acid-reflux, hemorrhoid pain, neck tension, low back pain, sciatica, migraine headaches, pelvic pain, and other pregnancy-related concerns…
Learn Labor and Delivery Acupressure Comfort Measures that work great for promoting a natural, shorter, more comfortable, and positive birth experience…
Participants will role-play different individual scenarios by reading and responding to written materials, working in small groups, and participating in discussions in order to enhance their learning experience.
The workshop is designed to encourage closer partner involvement by instructing you how to teach the birth partner or support person to safely and correctly administer Acupressure Comfort Measures on their wife or partner during pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period.
The Acupressure Comfort Measure Workshop on Postpartum Care
will cover the following:
Afterpains during breastfeeding
Perineal discomfort from tears and episiotomies
Upper Back Pain / Low Back Pain / Hip Pain / Sciatica / Sacral Pain / Coccyx Pain
Mood Disorders – baby blues and mild postpartum depression
Difficulty in let-down reflex and insufficient lactation
Postpartum-related cesarean scar pain
Nick Olow, BSN, RN, MS, L.Ac.
Founder of Better Birth 360 and AcuMassage Therapy Center
Board Certified and Licensed Acupuncturist /ACNM Approved CEU Provider
Specializing in Pregnancy Care, Labor Support, Postpartum Care, and Pain Management
Please go to his personal Facebook page to see what OBs, Midwives, Doulas are saying about his Acupressure Comfort Measure workshop on his timeline...
Nicholas Olow, M.S., L.Ac. is a board-certified and licensed Acupuncturist with over 16 years of experience specializing in prenatal, perinatal, postpartum Acupuncture care, nutritional counseling, and pain management.
He is actively involved in the birthing community across the United States and routinely holds Acupressure Comfort Measure Workshops for Midwives, Labor and Delivery RN’s, Doulas, Childbirth Educators, and Birth Partners teaching them Acupressure Comfort Measures on Pregnancy Care, Labor Support, and Postpartum Care.
He is an American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM) Approved CEU Provider.
His passion is in research and routinely does evidence-based presentations at local hospitals and Birth Centers in San Diego on women’s healthcare and pain management.
He currently has a successful private practice in San Diego, California working with other health professionals providing an integrative approach for women’s healthcare.