Download and printout a watercolour illustration of a baby being born with a license for birth workers, doulas, hypnobirthing teachers, prenatal yoga teachers, antenatal educators and midwives can print to share and use with pregnant women, birth partners and clients.
As muscles move baby down through the women’s pelvis, they rotate to fit themselves though. The baby moves down through the cervix and through the vagina until their head is born. The shape of the pelvis, birth hormones and the women’s powerful muscles all work together to help bring the baby into the world.
Feedback on my presentations drawings ★★★★★ "I'd been looking for a while for some pictures for my clinic room that were ananatomically accurate but not dry, boring and soulless! Enter Womb to world art! I'm so happy with the foetal position pictures I chose, I got them professionally printed and framed and have already had several comments and conversations about them with the pregnant women I've seen today." - The Pregnancy Chiropractor Sally Scott
Copyright and Limited Use Commercial License
The limited use commercial license that comes with this download means that birth workers, doulas, hypnobirthing teachers, prenatal yoga teachers, antenatal educators and midwives can print to share and use with pregnant women, birth partners and clients. By buying this download you are agreeing to the following terms:
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Disclaimer: Please note my images are stylised visual representations, and the information is accurate to the best of my knowledge, but I am not a medical professional and therefore there may be words or parts of the drawings that aren't 100% anatomically and medically accurate. My materials are not intended to replace any medical caregiver advice.