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Make childbirth look easy

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Birthing, Blog, hypno birthing, hypnobirthing, Midwifery, pregnancy | 0 comments

Make childbirth look easy

Make childbirth look easy You can be one of those mums who can brag that they loved their labour, yes its possible! Today we launch an online Hypnobirthing course Why? Because we want everyone in Australia and overseas to birth calmly ( whatever way their baby enters the world)   We believe it is everyone’s right to an informed decision , to be empowered with the knowledge we share in our course We want everyone to have a positive experience We want traumatic birth( from lack of knowledge and parental power) to become history ...

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Hypnobirthing online

Posted by on Jun 22, 2015 in Birthing, hypno birthing, hypnobirthing, Midwifery, pregnancy, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hypnobirthing online We at hypno-birthing Australia have taken pride in delivering a contemporary Australian course designed by an Australian practitioner with Australian resources and for parents accessing the Australian health care system. We always promote that the best possible way to learn hypno-birthing is via a face to face class , but in recognition that some parents may struggle to attend a face to face course for 12 hours, we now have available , an online course. We believe this in combination with one face to face or Skype session...

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Birth without fear

Posted by on Jun 22, 2015 in Birthing, hypno birthing, hypnobirthing, Midwifery, pregnancy, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Birth without fear

Do you suffer anxiety about the changes happening in your body in the lead up to your birth? Have you discovered that as soon as you announce your pregnancy, everyone delights in sharing their experiences about their birth.(Some of those stories create fear about birth) But wouldn’t you love to give birth without fear? If you answered yes to these questions I can show you how to enjoy pregnancy and look forward to your baby’s birth Remember mums have been giving birth for years before epidural were discovered   How? Over the...

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Positive birth 

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Positive birth  “I nearly had my baby at the obstetrician’s office”   In hindsight I believe my first contraction arrived at midnight, four days before my due date, however at the time I thought I had indigestion so I ignored it and went to sleep. I woke to my husband, Dave, sleep talking at 3.45am and felt another cramp. Having had pregnancy insomnia for the last trimester I was accustomed to waking at 4am so I quietly watched TV and waited for something to happen.    My contractions came every 15...

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5 reasons to choose a private midwife

Posted by on May 20, 2015 in Birthing, Blog, Midwifery, pregnancy, Uncategorized | 0 comments

5 reasons to choose a private midwife

5 reasons to choose a private midwife 1) Midwives believe that pregnancy, childbirth and labour are normal events for most women. 2) Private midwives spend time mothers time during appointments to discuss concerns and answer questions about normal pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding. 3) Private midwives can provide continuity throughout pregnancy, birth (depending on that midwives circumstances) and for six weeks after the birth (for as many visits as you need to feel confident with our baby’s needs 4) Private midwives support mothers...

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Microbirth

Posted by on Apr 26, 2015 in Birthing, hypno birthing, Hypnobabies, hypnobirthing, Midwifery, pregnancy | 0 comments

Microbirth

Microbirth, a documentary about the importance of the birth on babys long term wellbeing.   Research is increasingly finding links between mode of birth and illnesses such as asthma coeliac  disease etc Who’s interested in a screening?  Midwives Students Obstetricians may all be interested If there’s enough interest I will offer free screening after my information session about Hypnobirthing in May and June ( if time permits) http://www.oneworldbirth.net/microbirth/ Book an information session / microbirth screening...

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Enjoying your pregnancy

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Birthing, Blog, Breastfeeding, hypno birthing, hypnobirthing, pregnancy, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Enjoying your pregnancy and staying relaxed during pregnancy is such an important step in your baby’s brain development  I’ve just watched a Paediatrican speaking about the neocortex in humans .He explains that while your baby is in your womb his brain is developing rapidly but when our babies are born they still need the touch, smell and feel of their mothers for several months . When mothers are stressed the baby is exposed to the stress hormones and this wires babies to stress responses.Mothers who are calm during...

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Hypnobirthing information session Adelaide

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in hypno birthing, Hypnobabies, hypnobirthing, Midwifery, pregnancy | 0 comments

Hypnobirthing information session Adelaide

Hypnobirthing information session Adelaide  It’s no secret that I’m passionate about informing parents and their caregivers about the need for mums to feel safe and calm during labour and their pregnancy  I’m constantly disappointed when I hear that a mother hasnt been fully informed about her choices and the long term effects of those choices  If you or someone you know is interested in learning how hypnobirthing can enhance a positive experience invite them to join me for an information session  I have...

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Hypnobirthing, not hippy

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Birthing, hypno birthing, hypnobirthing, Midwifery | 0 comments

Hypnobirthing, not hippy Ive noticed that many parents are quite shy about telling their friends they are dong hypnobirthing.One of the reasons is that they fear that the response from family and friends will be negative.Those who don’t understand think its a hippy thing.In fact its all about natural childbirth and why should anyone be afraid of sharing that?Because they know that society has been conditioned to think they need pain relief for labour. Do you need pain relief every time your heart beat? NO, because its a muscle doing its...

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Induction

Posted by on Mar 1, 2015 in Birthing, Blog, Midwifery, pregnancy, Uncategorized | 0 comments

induction of labour methods There can be circumstances during pregnancy where a woman may need or choose to have an induction of labour An induction of labour may be necessary if there are concerns that mother or baby are at risk by continuing the pregnancy An example of genuine concerns may include (but not limited to)  mother with pre eclampsia, a condition where the mothers blood pressure is elevated and  blood tests may show signs that her liver and kidneys are no longer working as they need to.Baby related conditions may...

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