HypnoBirthing involves learning techniques such as visualisation, relaxation, deep breathing, self-hypnosis and mindfulness, to use during pregnancy and labour. It reduces anxiety and fear by reassuring expectant mothers that pregnancy and birth is a natural process that your body is designed to do.
- Natural pain management; allows you to stay aware, has no side effects for you or your baby, reduces the amount of medication you may need resulting in a quicker recovery.
- A positive labour experience, by helping you stay calm, relaxed and comfortable.
- Reduces fear of childbirth.
- HypnoBirthing can result in a better postpartum period.
What does Hypnobirthing involve?
Hypnobirthing involves learning techniques such as relaxation, deep breathing, self-hypnosis and mindfulness.
How long will it take and what does it cost?
Hypnobirthing techniques can be taught in 3 to 4 sessions. Your first session is free, so you can find out more about how Hypnobirthing works. Laybuy is available to spread costs over six instalments.
Where do treatments take place?
Sessions are held at June Callan’s clinic in Parau, Auckland (near Titirangi), in Hamilton (Thursdays only) or online via Zoom.
Always choose a trained and qualified Hypnotherapist. June Callan is trained and qualified to treat personal and medical problems with hypnosis and has extensive experience. She is a Registered Nurse with 40 years of experience. June follows strict professional protocols. More about June >
Conventional approaches to treatment should not be ignored. Lifestyle factors must also be addressed. Always follow your doctor’s advice.
When hypnotised a person is awake and in control, they can’t be made to do anything they do not wish to do.
RESOURCES & REFERENCES
The HypnoBirthing Technique: Everything You Need to Know
Article b HypnoBirthing teaches self-hypnosis to combat fear and pain during labor. Learn more about the natural childbirth method and decide whether it’s right for you.
What is Hypnobirthing? And Should You Try It?
Article by Melinda Wenner Moyer, April 2020, on nytime.com
Meghan Markle is rumored to have used self-hypnosis as a ‘natural’ strategy to ease her birth. Does it work?
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