About Genny


Genny is a military wife, mother of two, and Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator who prepares pregnant women for childbirth, breastfeeding and the postpartum period.
Genny knows that childbirth education truly drives birth satisfaction, partner involvement and how the mind, body and spirit need proper preparation for birth.
Genny has supported evidence based research on birth long before becoming a mother herself. She became certified through Lamaze International and currently teaches in hospital as well as private classes. Genny is featured on the Lamaze website in the virtual directory, Jacksonville Maternity and FunforFirstCoastKids.org.



In-person and Virtual Class options

$325/couple - to avoid additional fees, send payment through Venmo at Genny-Siemion




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This class is designed to provide you with the knowledge, tools and confidence to have the birth you desire. Topics include:

  • practice labor positions

  • physical & emotional health

  • tips to help with discomfort 

  • create a birth plan

  • stages of labor 

  • birth fitness

  • pain management

  • breathing techniques

  • stress reduction

  • labor support

  • pushing positions

  • postpartum care

  • newborn care

  • breastfeeding basics

What to bring: yoga mat and birth ball

Image by 🇸🇮 Janko Ferlič - @specialdad

What is Lamaze?

Evidence Based Practice in Pregnancy & Childbirth

Lamaze has summed up years of research into 6 Healthy Birth Practices: 

1) Let Labor Begin on its own

2) Have Freedom of Movement

3) Have continuous Support

4) Avoid Unnecessary Interventions

5) Upright & Spontaneous Pushing

6) Keep Mom & Baby together.


The Lamaze Way

1. Birth is normal, natural, healthy, & safe.

2. Women have an innate ability to give birth.

3. The experience of birth profoundly affects women and their families.

4. Women's confidence & ability to give birth is enhanced or diminished by the care provider & place of birth.

5. Women have the right to give birth free from routine medical interventions.

6. Birth can safely take place in homes, birth centers and hospitals.





"My husband and I took this class together. I had a lot of anxiety about labor and delivery before we took the class. I can say for sure that this class is the #1 reason I am going into my 3rd trimester and approaching labor and delivery with confidence."

Pregnant Woman in Brown

Will I learn how to have a natural birth?

I believe that every person has their own unique path. Instead of focusing on medicated vs. unmediated birth, I focus on giving you tools and helping you learn the evidence, so that you can decide what feels right for your family.



Mother Breastfeeding Baby
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