HypnoBirthing® as your preferred choice of child birth preparation?
Women are more informed about their choices today and want to ensure that they are getting the best and most up-date information and know that the programme delivers the outcomes and expectations of the parents.
So I ask the question.
How do you know that you are attending the proper classes with a practitioner who holds the correct accreditation?
CHECK their certification.
- Look for the GOLD SEAL . The seal has the name HypnoBirthing The Mongan Method and the logo clearly displayed. The practitioner will also carry on their website and literature that “This practitioner is affiliated with the HypnoBirthing Institute…”
- All the classes are run for approximately two and a half hours over a five week period. Our practitioners do not run weekend only workshops and they do not run the workshops over Skype. This is a face- to- face hands- on class that will gently lead the parents into knowing how to mange the course of their baby’s birth
- Support from your practitioner. This is unique in that the HypnoBirthing practitioners will ensure you have the correct information and included in your course is the book, HypnoBirthing, The Mongan Method and a CD called Rainbow Relaxation – a guided imagery that assists mothers to easily slip into relaxation.
- Helping Dad’s become familiar with his role as a father and addressing his needs, emotionally and spiritually, teaching him to support both mother and child during pregnancy , birth and in family relations.
- Learning techniques to ensure a smooth , calm and often pain free labour.
- Breathing, Positions, Self-Hypnosis, Affirmations, Visualizations, Guided Imagery, Fear Release are all part of the HypnoBirthing programme, coupled with video’s of mother’s birthing their babies using the HypnoBirthing The Mongan Method techniques.
As with any successful programme there will always be people using the term hypnobirthing , hypnobirth, even hypno birth , words that loosely linked to the programme . This is misleading and damaging to both the parents and the programme.