Hypnobirthing

Anna’s Pandemic Birth Story | Birthing During COVID-19

Anna shares her experience of birthing her second baby during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, navigating her journey using Hypnobirthing techniques. Anna’s Birth Story After the birth of my daughter I had a difficult postnatal recovery which resulted in my being in a hospital for 7 days and resulted in my feeling ill for a while …

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Home birth story – first baby with Hypnobirthing Tools

Real Birth Story – Amalia’s First Home Birth & how she tuned into her choices and felt equipped with Tranquil Birth Hypnobirthing tools What made you choose a home birth?  I never really considered anywhere but home, I was partly inspired by my partner’s mother who had birthed all of her children at home. I …

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So What Does a Doula Do and How Do They Help You With Birth? Guest Blog by Lorrell Illeena

What is a doula? So, a Doula? The name means ‘servant’ in Greek but that’s the boring definition or perhaps you have heard its a   non medical helper or support person for birth. Well that’s pretty true but STILL way too bland and doesn’t show how amazing and brilliant we are at helping you through …

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I’m Taking a NCT Course, Should I do Hypnobirthing as Well?

As a Hypnobirthing teacher this is something I get asked a lot and of course I’m bias and am going to say yes but for good reason and here’s why. NCT is great and I have the greatest respect for the charity which in the 1970s changed the landscape of birth for many women, championing …

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Moving your labour from home to hospital? Heres some tips to stay in your birthing bubble

So you’ve planned a beautiful space to start your labour at home when birth starts, perhaps candles, low lights, aromatherapy or a warm bath alongside relaxing music or your hypnobirthing audios 😉 to help you relax.  That’s a perfect way to get the oxytocin flowing but what happens when it’s time to call the midwife …

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