Teaching tools and workshops to help you offer remarkable virtual CBE classes

virtual online childbirth class

Teaching classes online? Discover Creative & Confident, a business dedicated to helping educators pivot to virtual classes and level up their virtual and online class skills. Just because perinatal education is not in person does not mean it has to be boring, lecture-based, and no fun! Developed in collaboration with friend and colleague Mallory Emerson.

Through a series of affordable workshops, private consultations and virtual teaching tools custom-designed for perinatal professionals, we are supporting our colleagues who are working harder than ever to make sure that families feel confident and prepared for labor, birth and early parenting.

There are even private consultation services for those who are really struggling on their virtual teaching platforms.

I invite you to come check out our Creative & Confident website, grab some amazing freebies, browse our upcoming workshop dates and consider purchasing some outstanding tools that make learning both memorable and fun for the families you work with.

What we offer:

  • Over two dozen activities and templates to use in your virtual childbirth classes.

  • Practice using technology for online classes.

  • Our favorite tips & tricks to engage students virtually.

  • Community building ideas.

  • Monthly support drop-ins.

  • Continuing education hours.

  • Self-paced learning modules for educators.

  • Free resources and tools for virtual childbirth classes.

Sharon Muza Review

"Always such a refreshing way to approach topics I've been teaching over and over. I absolutely recommend any educator who is not thrilled with their online classes to get a boost from Creative & Confident."

Bethany Giesel, LCCE

Sharon Muza Seattle

Sharon Muza

Sharon Muza has been an active perinatal professional since 2004, teaching Lamaze classes to thousands of families and doula-ing in Seattle, WA. Sharon trains doulas and childbirth educators, L&D nurses and midwives in Washington state and globally. She blogs professionally on perinatal topics. Sharon enjoys facilitating discussion around best practice, current research and its practical application to maternal-infant health and community standards and can be found presenting at conferences and professional gatherings. She also loves creating and delivering engaging and interactive learning sessions both in person and online.