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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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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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Guest Blog: Ayurvedic for Postpartum Care by Vanessa Long

The importance of Ayurvedic Postpartum Care The transition into motherhood is a time of profound change and transformation on every level: emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually. It is also a conflicted time: both positive and negative are fluctuating in a heady mix of hormones and sleep-deprivation – absolute joy, bliss, wonderment, exhaustion, irritation, sadness and …

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Reflexology and Due Dates: Guest Blog by Nafisa Therapy

Reflexology and going over your ‘due date’ ‘Reflexology and going over your due date’ – It can make you go from happy endorphin flowing birthing mother, to ‘panicky cortisol filled tighten uterus mum’. ‘Baby is not going to come on time’ and a date for the sweep is booked in as if it were a …

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Pregnant and Worried about Hearing Birth Stories?

Pregnant and worried about hearing other people’s birth stories? There are ways to hear and honour other’s experiences whilst staying focussed on your own and also useful to understand the nature of birth stories when we are hearing other people’s. Birth narrative is a tricky space to navigate, particularly when you’re pregnant and wanting to …

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Hypnobirthing After Birth Trauma – Can It Help to Have a Better Experience?

If you’ve previously had a traumatic or difficult birth it can be scary to imagine birthing again and if you are reading this I am pleased you are looking at Hypnobirthing tools to help you create a birth experience, it is more than possible to have an empowering experience after a previously one. With tangible tools, …

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10 Myths of Carrying Your Child – Guest Blog by Zoe Woodman (The Sling Consultancy)

10 Myths of Carrying your Child Zoe Woodman – The Sling Consultancy I am a trained and insured carrying consultant and I help to support people to carry their child safely, confidently and comfortably.  I meet families for one-to-one sessions, as well as running workshops such as Bump to Baby; these explore specific topics in …

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Top Favourite Hypnobirthing, Antenatal and Pregnancy Books by Tranquil Birth

I loved reading during pregnancy, what I found though was that the books I read during my first pregnancy were great at giving me information but not much in terms on meaningful preparation of what I could practically use to help me in birth or to understand what was going on in my body and …

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