A CHANCE TO WIN $200

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Book Your Course and Participate in A Survey for Your Chance to Win $200 Each pregnant mumma bear who enrols for any HypnoBirthing® Mongan Method class in Australia, in early 2016 will go into the draw to win a $200 Coles Voucher! To qualify for the chance to go into the draw to Win $200, you (the gorgeous mumma bear) must be willing to complete a short survey prior to class one and another after the completion of all classes. The survey is entitiled, “How do feelings about birth change fo...
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Libby Trickett encourages more Qld hospitals to use HypnoBirthing

HypnoBirthing in Queensland hospitals is encouraged by athlete Libby Trickett
THE push is on to bring HypnoBirthing to the state’s maternity hospitals. Labour wards could be a lot calmer next year if HypnoBirthing International succeeds with a pilot program to teach the relaxation and deep breathing techniques in Queensland. Amanda Bude, from HypnoBirthing International, said the program was already a success in NSW hospitals, having been in use for 25 years and increasing numbers of hypnobabies are born in Australia each year — 5500 in 2014 alone. The self-hyp...
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Giving birth to critical thinking | TEDx talk

Miranda Ortiz TEDx talk on natural birth
Natural birth or C-section? In ths TEDx talk, experienced Doula & HypnoBirthing practitioner Miranda Ortiz, shares how questioning the delivery method for your baby can open a door to critical thinking within your family (for this and any other matter). Get an overview of the benefits of natural birth, and why its a choice for every parent who wants to seek it.  
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Why doulas are a must for your birth

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by Moran Liviani. The word ‘Doula’ is becoming a bit more well known these days because women intuitively know and are seeking the guidance of another woman whom understands and has the knowledge and is trained to support, educate and be the trusting guide you need to light your way on your birthing day. When I was pregnant with my second baby girl I had a friend suggest to me to obtain the services of a Doula. I had no idea what a Doula was and so I started researching and the more I read...
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5 benefits of placenta encapsulation

Placenta Encapsulation | Brisbane HypnoBirthing
As a Brisbane-based Placenta Encapsulation Specialist, the majority of mothers that I’ve encapsulated placentas for report one or more of the following benefits: Improved state of well-being Increased milk-supply Increased energy levels immediately after birth Speedier recovery from birth and return to normal hormonal balance Better ability to cope with interrupted sleep What I find most interesting are the women who didn’t encapsulate their placenta for their first birth but have...
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The Homebirth of Willow

Labour and Birth of Willow | Brisbane | HpnoBirthing Mongan Method
Willow's Birth I knew straight away that I was pregnant with my third baby, but I had suffered a miscarriage earlier in the year so I was a little apprehensive about this pregnancy holding. Unlike my other two pregnancies I suffered quite badly with morning sickness and had the added worry of losing the baby. Once I got to 12 weeks I knew this little baby was going to hold on and join our family so I started making plans for where I would have it. Just like my other two babies I immediately c...
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Five tips for getting the most out of your HypnoBirthing classes…

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So many parents wonder how they can get the most out of their HypnoBirthing classes. Brisbane Practitioner & Doula Trish Cumming gives you five great tips to maximise your learnings. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE– They say that practice makes perfect, but as with any new skill, you need to feel confident in your abilities when the time comes. Daily HypnoBirthing practice will not only help you to relax and rest during your pregnancy, but it will also mean you can “switch it on” when yo...
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Breech Birth Choices

Options for Breech Birth | by Sarah Buckley
Breech Choices by Sarah Buckley (from Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering, 2005) www.sarahjbuckley.com In 2002, a pregnant woman in Brisbane, Australia – a mother of three, including naturally born twins – was refused the option of a vaginal breech birth in hospital, and told she could only have her baby by caesarean. She sought a midwife to assist her and gave birth successfully at home. Her picture – glowing with new motherhood, holding her healthy, happy baby – appeared in the Brisbane Courier...
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A joyful experience after a previous birth trauma

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I thought I would give you an update on the birth of our little baby Pippa Aderyn Williams born on the 27 of April. Well its been over a month since you helped me with a one-on-one session to help me with a past birth trauma and some serious fears I had leading up to this labour and birth experience. Up until a week before seeing you I had a planned and c-section at Lismore Base hospital. So I had the session with you and spent every night relaxing and meditating to the CD you gave me. I wor...
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