Have you thought about getting a midwife instead of an OB? If not a doula is a must for you I think.
I had a midwife at a hospital birth. With my midwife I didn't have to have constant fetal monitoring so I wasn't required to be in bed I walked around the floor in early labor, and did different movements all around my room during labor too. It hurt the WORST when they made me stay in bed (for monitoring or other reasons). When not in labor I tend to move around with pain anyways (lke cramping or if I cut myself) so I knew I needed to move around in labor. Plus, being bed ridden during labor I feel is the worst for the mother! It is the worst position to give birth in, the baby and your body are working against gravity if laying down, standing & rocking help bring the baby down. It can mean the difference between a vaginal birth and a c-section.