HypnoBirthing

"When you change the way you view birth, the way you birth will change"                                      - Marie Mongan

                         HypnoBirthing classes 

  

The next class starts in November 19, 2019, and will be held in Merivale or South Brighton.  The group course cost is $475 and includes 5 sessions of 2+ hours, the HypnoBirthing textbook, the course cd, a folder with numerous handouts and supper

For private sessions or smaller groups I work from my home studio in South Brighton. Private courses are $995 for five sessions and are targeted to the individuals and couple. I also offer a complimentary post-natal counselling session for private clients. 

     Childbirth Classes for easier more comfortable birthing.

 

           HypnoBirthing teaches parents how to experience a calm, relaxed, natural birth.

           HypnoBirthing® ...

            Eliminates the Fear-Tension-Pain syndrome before, during and after birth.

            Eliminates or greatly reduces the need for chemical pain killers.

            Shortens the first stage of labour by several hours.

            Eliminates fatigue during labour leaving mother, fresh, awake, and with energy for actual birthing.

            Promotes special bonding of mother, baby and birthing companion.

            Fosters more rapid post natal recovery.

            Creates a more integral role for the birthing companion.

            Returns birthing to the beautiful, peaceful experience nature intended it to be.

           What will I learn?

            Relaxation, visualisation and breathing techniques for a relaxed, serene and natural birth.

            Other techniques to produce a shorter, more comfortable labour.

            Light touch massage and other empowering techniques for birthing companions to use

            Anchoring exercises and self-hypnosis

            Birthing companions guides and prompts for supporting moms during pregnancy, labour and birth

            To create and control the bodies own natural anesthesia.

            How to breathe baby into the world without violent pushing.

            Explore the myth that pain is a necessary accompaniment to labour.

            Why women in other cultures have birthings almost entirely free of discomfort.

            How the mother's body is designed to work in neuromuscular harmony with nature throughout labour.

            The importance of prenatal and perinatal bonding.

            Much, much more...

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