The Pink Kit Package is and award-winning digital resource with two main focuses. To reduce pain during labour and to increase your confidence and control of your body through pregnancy and birth.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO FATHERS:
Mate, it’s time that you understood what your lady is going through. This “Pink Kit Thingy-Ma-Whats-it” is perfect for you to learn some tricks to get the Mrs through this thing!
The skills have been developed over 40 years with countless families. What you will find today is an exhaustive collection of the most effective techniques and skills to help you gain greater control of your body and give you confidence on your birth journey. Whether you are a first time mother/father, having a VBAC or have previously had a traumatic experience. Birthing Better with The Pink Kit is for you.
More About Common Knowledge Trust
In 1996 Birthing Better Pink Kit skills were placed into one branch of a New Zealand registered charitable Trust Common Knowledge Trust.
These amazing birth and coaching skills were developed by hundreds of ordinary families like yours in the early 1970s. Every family was unique yet each wanted to find skills they could use to birth their baby in whatever type of birth unfolded. This means The Pink Kit is a complete set of birth and coaching skills from which you can pick and choose to learn and use.
Common Knowledge Trust was tasked with two jobs:
- To promote a Skills-based approach to all pregnancies and every birth because this reflects all Pink Kit families. They want you to have the skills for your baby’s birth.
- To create a resource for you to use in the privacy of your own home. Pink Kit families did not seek to be taught these skills or have these skills done on them by others.
Pink Kit families invite you to join tens of thousands of other Pink Kit families to:
- Totally enjoy preparing your pregnant body to become a birthing body.
- To learn, practice and use your birth skills and birth coaching skills alongside your baby’s birth journey.
Pink Kit families want you to be able to do what they have done … to focus more on what you ‘do’ rather than just what ‘happens’ to you.
Common Knowledge Trust is committed to leading the way on behalf of Pink Kit families toward a new childbirth paradigm so that all expectant families can become skilled and learn how to work with their baby’s birth journey.
Common Knowledge Trust is also committed to developing two resources for pregnant women in developing countries … visual only for illiterate village women and one for literate women in developing countries. Help us through a generous donation.