Kate sets a HypnoBirthing trend in Australia

HypnoBirthing, calm natural birth preparation. Pregnant Possibilities
By Bree Taylor Molyneaux   A growing number of Australian women are turning to HypnoBirthing and other natural birthing approaches as they challenge the notion that birth has to be painful. Following recent news that Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton used hypnosis early in her pregnancy for morning sickness and is planning on using HypnoBirthing for her upcoming birth, a new wave of women are becoming interested in this natural approach to childbirth. The use of hypnosis for birth...
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The beautiful, positive birth of Nate – Jan 2013

I have always wanted to be a mom and I always thought I would enjoy being pregnant; it was going from point A to B that terrified me. I started researching how I was going to overcome my fear even before my husband and I became pregnant. My research kept leading me back to HypnoBirthing, the principles resonated with me and I knew this was how I was going to achieve my goal of having a natural and calm birth. I came across a HypnoBirthing website months before we were expecting and bookmarked it...
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HypnoBirthing: No Swinging Watch or Pain

HypnoBirthing birth without pain, Hypnosis Brisbane, North Lakes @ Pregnant Possibilities
- ABC NEWS - April 30, 2010 - In Marie Mongan's day, childbirth meant a sterile, medicalized birth with drugs, and if you happened to be awake, lots of painful pushing. "Most women were totally anesthetized and out cold, and their babies were taken from them with forceps, except for the very few who didn't make it to the hospital and had them by the side of the road," said Mongan, now 77. So Mongan, then a young New Hampshire English teacher, devised her own way to circumvent the system when ...
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