London, UK (PRWEB) March 30, 2009
http://www.letsbreastfeed.com is now announcing the release of a series of programs on breastfeeding tips available for download. This product launch is scheduled to coincide with the company's campaign for celebrating and promoting breastfeeding which will occur on the week of May 10th.
This new, unique collection of online programs will cover all the common problems associated with breastfeeding. In these programs, practical solutions are offered including breastfeeding tips which are uniquely tailored to the needs of each individual. These programs were developed through years of research and drawing on ideas gathered from working with a large number of mothers.
Company founder Geraldine, has been helping mothers learn proper breastfeeding techniques for the past 6 years. She reports one client, Janet White, who called her late one night complaining of severe engorgement and possible mastitis. By accessing one of the online programs, Janet was instantly provided with a simple yet detailed plan to follow which afforded her and her husband clear steps to follow, in order to recover.
Breastfeeding Awareness Week is scheduled to take place during the 10th to the 16th of May and Geraldine and her team will promote the practical aspects of breastfeeding as well as the benefits. The goal of this event is to reduce the pressure that moms feel by teaching them how to breastfeed correctly. Even though breastfeeding is natural, it is a skill that must be learned and practiced.
To learn more, visit http://www.letsbreastfeed.com
About Let's Breastfeed:
In 2002, Geraldine first set up her private practice in London, UK to help mothers who were interested in breastfeeding tips. The business spread quickly by word of mouth and her services are now offered to mothers all over the world through her online breastfeeding programs. The Web site was officially launched in 2007 featuring an online breastfeeding program which quickly spawned others. Over the past 6 years, clients of hers have experienced the highest standard of care with an old fashioned clinical approach.