First Time Parents: What to Know Before Giving Birth

Planning to have a baby but don’t know what to expect when the time comes to meet your little one? First time expecting Mom wondering what will happen and how you will know that you are about to give birth?

Check out Manila Workshops’ First Time Parents series of workshops – What to Know Before Giving Birth


It is going to be a  half day session on March 28, 2015 which will include the following topics:

  • What to expect during visits to your OB-GYN
  • Pain management
  • Pregnancy nutrition

Here are the details:

Date:    March 28th, 2015
Time:   1PM-5PM
Venue: Best for Families Inc. Headquarters, #29 1st Street, New Manila, Quezon City
Please use referral code ZALAFTPWGB_1 when you register.

Learning Fee:

Regular Rate:   Php 350.00
Couple’s Rate:  Php 600.00

Get to know our speakers:

Dra. Patricia Malay Kho studied Medicine and underwent Residency Training in UP College of Medicine-Philippine General Hospital.  She is an Obstetrician Gynecologist with Subspecialty Training in OB Gyne Infectious Diseases.  She is also an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant.  She is affiliated with Makati Medical Center and St Luke’s Global.  She has two children, and both were breastfed.

Ms. Cecile Bayaga is a registered nutritionist-dietitian and a full-time faculty at the College of Home Economics, University of the Philippines-Diliman. She has been teaching Principles of Nutrition, Nutrition for the Lifecycle, and Medical Nutrition Therapy for the past 12 years. She has published scientific articles on glycemic index, essential fatty acids for brain development, and clinical nutrition. In 2005, the Nutritionists-Dietitians’ Association of the Philippines awarded her as The Most Promising Nutritionist-Dietitian. She is happily married for the 9 years and a mother to their son, Gabby.



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