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Tips For A Stress Free Pregnancy

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Tips for a stress free pregnancy

  Being pregnant can be pretty stressful, even at the best of times.   Pregnancy, birth and the early days of parenting are some of the most transformational times in our adult lives. Emotionally, hormonally, physically,  even our relationships can evolve and transform. It’s no wonder these life-changing moments can trigger anxiety and stress reactions […]

Hypnobirthing

Why Hypnobirthing Isn’t For You

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why hypnoborthing isn't for you

You might have heard about hypnobirthing  and how lots of couples are using it to prepare for birth. Perhaps a friend of a friend has done it, or you have read a bit about it in one of your pregnancy books. But you are wondering if it’s right for you.   I specialise in working […]

Hypnobirthing

How to create a birth vision board

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A vision board is a visual representation of something you want to achieve in life.   By putting it together and then placing it somewhere that you will see it ALL the time. The vision will embed into the subconscious part of your brain…it’s powerful shit the subconscious, representing up to 95% of the brain […]

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January Playlist

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Back with some pure horizontal relaxation tracks for you! We end every weekly pregnancy yoga with 20 mins of guided relaxation and pure r and r, everyone says it’s their fave part of the class…and they even miss it after their baby is born. I have a separate playlist of wind down music just for this. I’ve […]

Motherhood

10 Top Tips for Postnatal Recovery

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10 tips for postnatal recovery

10 top tips for postnatal recovery   Postnatal, postpartum. 4th-trimester or even matresence, call it whatever you will.   The weeks and months after the birth of your baby can be a roller coaster of hormone fluctuations, sleep deprivation and navigating life as a new parent.  All the same, time the body is still physically […]

Hypnobirthing

Fear, Adrenaline And Their Role In Birth

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Fear, adrenaline and their role in birth

Adrenaline rush…what does that feel like to you?   Perhaps anxiety, or swirling thoughts?  Maybe it’s the physical sensations of the heart-pounding, palms sweating and quick shallow breathing.   However we experience it, it is the body’s reaction to FEAR. Adrenaline is designed to keep us SAFE. When something causes is to feel, uneasy, unsafe. […]

Hypnobirthing

Tips to keep birth moving when we leave our home

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Making the move Research shows that if we arrive at the place where we are going to give birth already in active labour, it reduces this risk for intervention This means that by the time we arrive, our care providers would like us to be over 4 cm dilated or having around 3 contractions in […]