Considering a home birth but not sure what to expect, the logistics of it all and how it may be….?
The video below is essential viewing for all pregnant women!
Becoming a parent is such a huge transition and a time of immense change, both physically and mentally, and it is said that when a baby is born, a mother is born too.
How the birth went and how listened to and informed she felt has a big impact on the start of parenthood for the first – or second, third, fourth…. time. You’ll never forget how you felt at your baby’s birth – you may forget names and faces, but you’ll always remember how you felt.
Questions are great and always very welcome here! Below are some FAQs which may help…
These acronymns can help remind you of things to encourage your partner to do when in labour.
A woman in labour is an incredible and strong force! I am continually amazed at our power 🙂 Despite this, it doesn’t take much to knock a woman’s confidence when she is in the vulnerable state of giving birth – and many things can do this, words being one of them.
If you’re wondering what the short course entails then read on 🙂
Did your midwife suggest a home birth to you? I generally find this does not get asked or talked about, particularly for a first time mother.
Giving birth is a huge physical feat, but your mind also has a huge role to play. The power of the mind is a vast subject, but in this blog post we touch upon the power of the mind for labour and birth.
You’ve done the course and focused on the all important practice. Your baby is on his way now, so how should you use your hypnobirthing techniques? What do you do when?