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 […]

Pregnancy

Dealing with pregnancy anxiety

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    World mental health day last week, really got me thinking, it was an inspiration to read everyone else’s stories and how they have been affected. For me, pregnancy was a time for anxiety to rear its ugly head.  I have put together this piece all about pregnancy anxiety which I suffered from and […]

Hypnobirthing

5 Tips for when birth goes ‘off plan’

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Call it birth plan, birth preferences,  birth goals or even have a birth vision board. Whatever. You’ve done your research. Talked to your care providers and have a pretty clear idea of how you would like your birth to be. And that’s great, knowing your options and making informed decisions about your care can be […]

Hypnobirthing

September playlist

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Early Autumn has to be one of my favourite times of year…partly to do with the fact that I can justify buying a new coat and boots! There’s just something about it that feels like a kinda fresh start. This playlist has some fresh new tunes and some old ones too with a soulful thread […]

Motherhood

Preparing for life after birth with a Mothermoon

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Preparing for life after birth with a Mothermoon

  In the run-up to our Ten Moons Pregnancy Day retreat in September, We are taking the time to speak to all of the event collaborators to share their wisdom and give some insight into what to expect on the day. First up is Sarah Tessier, South East London based Postnatal doula, founder of the […]