Enjoy your Birth and Baby? Do those words even belong together? I say yes they do! When we look at what is joyful in our lives it is usually an event that we accomplished with gusto! We may even have some memories of the effort taken to complete the task, but we did what was needed and now can reap the Joy found with the success.
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Enjoy your Birth and Baby? Do those words even belong together? I say yes they do! When we look at what is joyful in our lives it is usually an event that we accomplished with gusto!
We may even have some memories of the effort taken to complete the task, but we did what was needed and now can reap the Joy found with the success. Find out more! Eliminates the Fear-Tension-Pain syndrome before, during and after birth Reduces, and often eliminates the need for medications for pain relief Shortens the thinning and opening stage of labor Builds confidence for the couple Includes Class Textbook Achieve this kind of relaxation, free of the resistance that fear creates, and use your natural birthing instincts for a calm, serene and comfortable birth.
Register For Classes today! Have it Your Way Design the childbirth class that works for you! General Information about the process of labor Comfort measures for labor. Position changes, breathing, relaxation and visualization techniques What to expect with a hospital birth for you and the baby How to prepare for a non medicated natural birth at the hospital or birth center Preparing for a scheduled cesarean birth Basic breastfeeding education Preparing to go back to work and continue to make milk!
Basic newborn care Hug Your Baby! Program to introduce you to your baby and help with parental adjustment. Each session is a block of time and can be combined or just taught one at a time so you can set the pace!
Most will take at least one hour. When you change the way you view birth, the way you birth will change. Marie F.
A Quick Guide to HypnoBirthing and Its Benefits
Share on Pinterest If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Celebrities from Jessica Alba to Kate Middleton have supposedly used hypnosis and related techniques to prepare for labor and delivery, ease feelings of fear, and — yup — even naturally manage pain. Hypnosis during birth? Well, yes. But, no.