Hypnobirthing: Natural & Easy Childbirth

This hypnobirthing course will ease any stress that you might have about giving birth, through the process of hypnosis, breathing & relaxation techniques

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Course Highlights

  • 24 lectures, including 1 hour of video content and supporting downloadable PDFs
  • Professionaly created, guided relaxation audio sessions to prepare for a calm and natural birth
  • Learn about what to expect on the big day and tips to ease stress and anxiety
  • Be clear on how to put what you learnt on this course into practise 

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Hypnobirthing: Natural & Easy Childbirth

Kristin Hayward
Kristin Hayward, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

Course Teacher

Kristin Hayward

Fully qualified and registered Clinical Hypnotherapist, HypnoFertility Practitioner and HypnoBirthing Practitioner

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This hypnobirthing course is designed to ease any stress and worry that you might have about giving birth. Through the practice of hypnosis, breathing and relaxation techniques you can be sure that expectant mother's will have a much easier and positive birth experience.

Kristin Hayward has designed this course to help mothers reach a deep level of relaxation when they are giving birth, this is vital for the body to release the baby quickly, comfortably and safely. Mothers can train their mind and body to relax to the optimum level by preparing with this course and listening to their hypnobirthing mp3 audios on the day.

The relaxation methods in this hypnobirthing course can have significant benefits when giving birth such as, shorter labour, fewer complications, less or no need for chemical painkillers and, of course, relaxed babies and mothers.