Hypnotherapy for Childbirth

Get help to have a happy baby with hypnosis for childbirthFirstly, CONGRATULATIONS on being a mum-to-be! What an exciting time for you!

So, you’re wondering if hypnosis for childbirth will help you in the birth of your baby. And the answer, is of course, YES!

Hypnotherapy is great for pregnancy, right from the very early stages up until the birth.

With hypnotherapy, yes it is perfectly possible to have a natural birth, without drugs, gas, epidurals and a lot of pain and screaming.*

The first thing to know, is that a happy relaxed mum-to-be, is much more likely to have a happy relaxed baby growing inside her, and she’s also more likely to have a relaxed stress-free, pain-less birth. And that can only be a good thing for you and your baby.

That’s why your treatment with me will eliminate any fears and tensions and have lots of relaxation, stress-release and self-hypnosis techniques.

I can help see you through morning sickness and hypertension, and give you the very best help in bonding with your bump.

And I’ll also help prepare you mentally and practically for the final push, to make it a birth experience rather than a painful-sounding “labour”, so that you can give your baby the very best start in life.

What better gift is that? After all:

“According to physiological law, all natural, normal functions of the body are achieved without peril or pain. Birth is a natural, normal physiological function for normal, healthy women and their healthy babies. It can, therefore be inferred that healthy women, carrying healthy babies, can safely birth without peril or pain.”
– Dr Jonathan Dye 1891.

My typical antenatal hypnosis for childbirth programme is four one-hour sessions, but can very due to individual circumstances. The fee is £70 an hour for day-time sessions and £75 after 5pm.

I have a very comfy reclining chair (the feet go up!) in my treatment room in Mexborough Resource Centre. To reserve your time in it, send me a quick email now or call/text 07960 969080.

You’ve got less than nine months! Come on!