Expecting? Welcome to McMoyler Method™ Parent Prep Series.

A series tailor made for busy expectant parents.

Kinspace is exclusively offering McMoyler Method™ prenatal classes, providing expectant parents with all current best practices and options for any type of birth. Over two consecutive evenings or one Saturday, we cover topics including childbirth, newborn care, breastfeeding, and infant CPR. McMoyler Method™ is a fun, fact-based approach to childbirth education, developed by childbirth expert Sarah McMoyler, RN. At the end of our series you and your partner will be informed, empowered, and prepared to cope with pain, communicate with your healthcare team, and make choices that are right for you, your baby, and your family.

The Kinspace Difference
We keep our class size limited to promote community and allow lots of time for individualized attention. During our classes, you'll have an opportunity to connect with other expectant parents. You'll learn together, exchange thoughts about your shared experience, all while you begin to create your parenting village.

Class Locations
Sprout San Francisco
1828 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

Sprout Mill Valley
12 Miller Ave
Mill Valley, CA 94941

Sports Basement Presidio
610 Old Mason St
San Francisco, CA 94129

Edgewater Room
420 Litho Street
Sausalito, CA 94965

Fee includes Parent Prep Series for two, one McMoyler Method™ course book, and light refreshments during our class.


$350.00 per couple

June 2018
June 12 + 13, 6-9pm - Sprout SF (waitlist only)
June 23, 10am-4pm - Edgewater Room, Sausalito - new location - open spaces added!

July 2018
July 14th, 10 am - 4pm - Sports Basement - SF Presidio

August 2018
August 14 + 15 , 6-9pm - Sprout SF
August 18, 10am-4pm - Edgewater Room, Sausalito

September 2018
Sept 18 +19,  6-9pm Sprout SF
Sept 29 ,  10 am - 4pm  -Edgewater Room, Sausalito (Marin)

October 2018
Oct 16 + 17 ,  6-9pm - Sprout SF
Oct 27, 10 am - 4pm - Edgewater Room, Sausalito (Marin)

Nov 13 + 14 - 6 -9pm Sprout SF
Nov 17, 10am  - 4pm - Edgewater Room, Sausalito (Marin)


Sprout San Francisco

Don't see what you're looking for? Ask about our waitlist!
Email susan@kinspacefamily.com.

What to expect from Parent Prep:

Childbirth Prep

To prepare you for the birth of your baby, we'll discuss key topics including best practices for medicated and non-medicated births, movement during labor, coping techniques, and partner support.

We'll also look at the physiology of the pregnant body, pre-term labor signs, labor terminology, breathing and vocalization techniques, medical interventions, cesarian birth, and how to communicate effectively with your birthing team.

Newborn Care

We'll cover a range of topics to help you and your baby feel comfortable in the first few days, and first few weeks, postpartum.

Topics include swaddling and soothing; safe sleep; diapering, dressing, bathing, nail trimming and cord care; as well as prevention and treatment of postpartum depression and baby blues; and answer common questions about life post-baby.


Breastfeeding is natural, but it's not always easy. We'll demystify breastfeeding, and teach you techniques that really work. Mothers and partners will learn about newborn latching, positioning, pumping techniques, and introducing a bottle.

Infant CPR

This CPR and choking response session is taught by a certified CPR instructor. Mothers and partners receive hands-on experience with CPR mannequins, and learn choking prevention techniques outlined in The Best Birth course book. This is crucial knowledge for all new parents. This is not a certification class.

Can’t get to the Parent Prep Series in person? The online course is your solution.

The online course is taught by Sarah McMoyler RN BSN, whose teaching style is both sophisticated and humorous. In the course she covers four core topics: childbirth prep, newborn care, breastfeeding, and infant CPR. It is accessible on any device: desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone.

Full Online Course: $195.00


Susan is extremely informed, but beyond that, the whole class could feel how much she cared for each of us.” - Carolina L.