Positive birth story: The birth of Shelby

Sarah and Ben took online hypnobirthing classes with me in preparation for the birth of their second baby. Here is the positive birth story of Shelby.

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Positive birth story: Hypnobirthing with a premature birth

This positive birth story comes from L, who completed my online hypnobirthing course. She had planned for a natural, water…

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The birth of Sienna – a natural birth from a first time mum

Vi had such a fear of natural childbirth she’d decided to look into a caesarean birth. When this option wasn’t possible for her she booked on to a hypnobirthing course and had a magical, fast natural birth.

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Birth affirmations for a caesarean birth

Birth affirmations are a great tool for hypnobirthing. They tend to be aimed towards natural births, so here are some free hypnobirthing affirmations for a caesarean birth.

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Hypnobirthing as a first time Mum

I taught Emma and Mohammed hypnobirthing as a private course in their home. As a first time Mum, Emma did…

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How can a private midwife help you in pregnancy, birth and beyond?

During pregnancy we are so lucky in this country to have free healthcare and support through our NHS system. Although,…

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What are the benefits of pregnancy relaxation?

Pregnancy relaxation classes are great for you and baby. Here are my top reasons why you should practice for a better pregnancy and birth.

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What are the pros and cons of a stretch and sweep?

Firstly, before we go over the pros and cons of a stretch and sweep (also known as a membrane sweep)…

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The birth of Jaxon – homebirth to delivery suite

Sarah and Aaron were the first couple I taught hypnobirthing to when I first qualified as a hypnobirthing teacher in…

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The birth of Seth – a hypnobirth VBAC

My friend Kate, and her partner Rich, did not have a great birth experience the first time round in 2015.…

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