Hypno Birthing – the natural way to gentle a birth
You are pregnant.
Maybe it has been a long way getting here or you got pregnant unexpectedly.
Since you’re here, you’ll probably love the thought of being a mother already.
It’s an unimaginable, complex process that creates almost unnoticed a new human in you. The body can do it all on its own, but with a little help, it can succeed even better.
It’s the same with birth. If you support your body, birth will be more independently and relaxed.
What is HypnoBirthing?
Looking at birth with trust and confidence? Looking forward to it?
Yes, that’s possible! In this class you will learn to look forward to your birth and the gain the confidence to be able to trust your own body. Your birthing companion learns to support you effectively.
HypnoBirthing is a birth philosophy as well as a birth method.
Our principle: Childbirth is a normal, natural and healthy activity for women. It can be calm and gentle without risk situations because pregnant women intuitively know how to give birth.
Developed by Marie F. Mongan in the USA of the 80s.
She resolves fears, explains deep relaxation and clarifies the birth process and its mechanisms.
Through knowledge, positive access to birth, affirmations, hypnosis and a lot of (!) practice you will get to a self-determined and relaxed birth, maybe even painless.
The relationship with the unborn child and your partner will be strengthened.
Benefits of HypnoBirthing
• Very fast and easy to learn
• Your fears are reduced so that you can experience a fearless pregnancy and childbirth
• You learn how to free yourself from the vicious circle of fear, tension and pain
• The first phase of your birth can be shortened by several hours
• Often no need for painkillers
• You feel safe when you think about birth
• Rare dam cuts
• Faster recovery after birth and more energy for your newborn
• You also learn everything you would learn in a ‘normal’ birth preparation course
• Recommended by midwives and doctors
The three corner stones of HpnoBirthing
prevent pain and possibly complications
Panting!? Pushing!? Not at all!!! During the birth process, it is important that your baby gets enough oxygen, as well as your body and this only succeeds with calm, steady and deep breathing. Three different techniques need to be practiced, so you can apply them at different stages of birth.
relaxes you and your body and dissolves fears.
Hypnosis is nothing more than a very deep relaxation, which you experience several times a day, e.g.in the morning after waking up, just before falling asleep, daydreaming or exercising. You are in control of yourself at all times and you are always responsive, able to move around and remember everything afterwards.
Hypnosis has been around since human memory.
Meditation sounds less mysterious, but has a similar effect on the brain. Hypnosis has been officially used in modern science since 1770. In 1926 psychiatrist Johannes Schultz introduced autogenic training based on hypnosis.
In today’s dentistry, hypnosis is successfully used to bypass anesthetics or narcosis.
During hypnosis, you can relax and use the access to the subconscious to for example dissolve fears and replace them with helpful associations, which also helps your birth preparation.
Best of all, hypnosis is simple and effective.
brings security and self-determination
Imagine you have decided to make a long trip abroad. A stranger buys you a flight ticket to go somewhere and you get no information about the destination and do not know when the journey begins.
Which clothes do you pack? Do you need special medicines? Do you need a visa? Will you be able to communicate there?
Everyone travelling is so busy and can’t answer you any questions. Suddenly you feel completely alone and then you also get an upset stomach.
Would you like to continue traveling under these circumstances? you probably want to go back home.
But you can’t go back during birth. And that’s why it’s better to know what’s in front of you you’re not surprised and to accept decisions of others.
The HypnoBirthing method and techniques are not intended to provide a medical and anatomical overview of pregnancy and childbirth, nor provide any medical advice or procedure. The contents of the program should not replace the advice of a doctor. Every pregnant woman should seek medical advice and advice before applying a pregnancy or birth-related method. Persons who follow the instructions recommended in the book or through the HypnoBirthing program will do so on their own responsibility. Neither the HypnoBirthing company Europa, nor the Mankau publishing house, nor the HypnoBirthing course leader will be responsibility or liability for possible complications that occur in connection with the relevant pregnancy and childbirth. The recommendations of HypnoBirthing are in line with the World Health Organization (WHO).