Amma Parenting Center welcomes parents from throughout the Twin Cities. You will find our “hospital-neutral” classes are relevant to all expectant parents, regardless of place of birth.
Amma Parenting Center will be the exclusive provider of childbirth and prenatal classes for Regions Hospital in St. Paul beginning January 1, 2015.
Amma Parenting Center is the exclusive provider of childbirth and new parent education for the three metro Fairview hospitals: Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina, Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville, and University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis.
Amma Parenting Center is the exclusive provider of childbirth classes for families giving birth at St John’s Hospital, St Joseph’s Hospital and Woodwinds Health Campus. Amma classes run on site at St John’s and Woodwinds, and are open to all Amma families regardless of where they are giving birth. Click HealthEast FAQ for more information about having your baby at a HealthEast hospital.
Amma Parenting Center is the preferred partner of childbirth and newborn preparation classes for parents giving birth at Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital. Families can take classes at any of our metro locations, but no classes are offered at the hospital itself.
Free tours are given on Tuesdays and Saturdays by the hospital. Sign up for your free tour
Amma Parenting Center accepts UCare insurance. Members should contact us directly by phone to register for classes. More
Jenny’s Light strives to improve and save lives by increasing awareness of all perinatal mood disorders including postpartum depression. Amma Parenting Center partners with Jenny’s Light to provide our new moms with their wonderful program, Circle of Moms.
Creative Kidstuff is the Twin Cities’ best independent toy store, specializing in creative and innovative playthings. Families can take Amma classes onsite at select Creative Kidstuff locations. Be sure to check out their infant gear in the CK Baby Shop!
We partner with the Minnesota chapter of the March of Dimes to promote the “Healthy Babies Are Worth the Wait” campaign. Important brain and organ development are still happening all the way up to 39 weeks gestation, and we educate families about the important of avoiding unnecessary induction before this time.