Dr. Smita Dashora
Services Offered: Childbirth Classes
Certifications: Certified Childbirth Educator
Location: Jaipur India
.Dr Smita dashora is a gynecologist dedicated to the cause of natural childbirth. She is a medical graduate of SMS Medical College Jaipur and a post graduate from RNT Medical College Udaipur.
She is also one of the few CAPPA certified birth educators in her state.
She has also attended workshops by LAMAZE International.
Her venture “Pretty mom” is Centre for programmed antenatal classes running successfully at 2 places Jaipur for over past decade.
The aim is to raise awareness about & promote safe, supported birth & evidence based mother & baby friendly care from pregnancy through postpartum for women.
She is actively involved with providing antenatal Exercises & counselling to expecting women and allaying apprehensions of expecting women regarding the process of childbirth and labour .
Services offered at “Pretty mom”
Pregnancy Exercises & Yoga
Breathing techniques for labor.
Relaxation , Meditation & Chanting.
Nutrition & Diet
Labor & Childbirth
Post delivery fitness & weight loss.
She is an ardent believer of “Pregnancy is natural and not a disease” and has been working tirelessly and passionately towards de-medicalization of the process of delivery and postnatal period.
She has also been joined bye her husband Dr. Tushar dashora who is a Neobatologist who strongly believes in the “science of foetal learning in-utero”.Together they have researched the scientific validation of Vedic practices of “Garbh Sanskar”.
Both of them have been regularly organising workshops to educate expecting couples regarding the process of improving the unborn child’s mental,physical, emotional and spiritual health by arious practices of mantra chanting and musical stimulation
Based on her work with pregnant women she has also helped her husband in co authoring a book called “Spiritual practices of pregnancy and childbirth” which has been received quite well across the globe.
Dr Smita strongly believes in preserving the naturalcy of process of labour and promoting breastfeeding.
She strives to make both “Pregnancy and childbirth” as empowering events in a woman’s life.