Hypnobirthing Sutton Coldfield

If you live in Sutton Coldfield or surrounding areas, learn the power of hypnobirthing with live, interactive online courses you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. I offer private or group classes, as well as group baby massage classes for infants from newborn to pre-crawling. 4-week Hypnobirthing courses starting at £135 for 8 hours of live, interactive classes.

Introduction

Together Birthing welcomes you and your unborn little one! My name is Emma and I’m a hypnobirthing practitioner with years of experience in mastering the art of hypnobirthing to prepare you and your partner for your birthing journey.

I was trained by Jenny Mullan, one of the first hypnobirthing trainers in the UK, with the Hypnobirthing Institute and later by the Hypnobirthing Training Academy.

As a hypnobirthing mum myself, I am highly passionate about teaching couples in Sutton Coldfield via online hypnobirthing courses.You can expect my interactive classes to teach you all the necessary skills that will fully prepare you and your partner for the birth of your baby.

Through my first-hand knowledge, I am confident that I’ll help you experience an easier and much calmer birth.

Online Hypnobirthing Classes in Sutton Coldfield

Private online hypnobirthing classes

If you need the course to fit in around your diary or you prefer more of a one-on-one, personal approach – tailored to your specific needs.

Group online hypnobirthing classes

Interactive and friendly online group classes where you can come together with like-minded couples to fully prepare for a positive birth experience.

Refresher online hypnobirthing classes

If you have done hypnobirthing before and want to refresh your knowledge and practice – a class that is tailored to your specific needs.

Online baby massage
classes

For parents and babies from newborn to pre-crawling – can help with bonding, relaxation, sleep and colic discomfort.

Private online hypnobirthing classes

If you need the course to fit in around your diary or you prefer more of a one-on-one, personal approach – tailored to your specific needs.

Group online hypnobirthing classes

Interactive and friendly online group classes where you can come together with like-minded couples to fully prepare for a positive birth experience.

Refresher online hypnobirthing classes

If you have done hypnobirthing before and want to refresh your knowledge and practice – a class that is tailored to your specific needs.

Online baby massage classes

For parents and babies from newborn to pre-crawling – can help with bonding, relaxation, sleep and colic discomfort. add Share your experiences.

If you live around Sutton Coldfield and are interested in giving hypnobirthing a try, then feel free to book a course or get in touch to discuss further. I’d be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

What We’ll Teach You

The Advantages of Hypnobirthing

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    Birth choices in Sutton Coldfield

    Hypnobirthing often gives couples the confidence to go for a home birth attracted by the tranquility, familiarity and privacy of the environment.  Many couples opt for a birth centre which is run by midwives but usually attached to a hospital. The labour ward is another option and may be the only option for some due to medical circumstances.

     

    In Sutton Coldfield, the Good Hope Hospital Maternity Unit is located in the Good Hope Hospital. Get in touch for further information or to book a tour:-

     

    Good Hope HospitalRectory Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, B75 7RR

    Tel. – 0121 424 2682 (maternity unit)

    Complementary therapies and services in Sutton Coldfield

    Complementary therapies and services in Sutton Coldfield

    In addition to hypnobirthing courses, there are a number of other holistic services and therapies that you can take advantage of in Sutton Coldfield during your journey through pregnancy and early parenthood. Here is a list of services which you might find helpful in the Sutton Coldfield area.

     

    Breastfeeding Support

    National Breastfeeding helpline – Tel: 0300 100 0212

    NCT Breastfeeding Line (8am-10pm) – Tel: 0300 33 00 771

    Breastfeeding Network Supporter Helpline – Tel: 0844 412 4664 (9.30am-9.30pm)

    Breastfeeding Network Bengali/Sylheti Helpline – Tel: 0844 856 4003 (9.30am-9.30pm)

    La Leche League Breastfeeding Helpline – Tel: 0845 120 2918 (24 hrs)

    Association of Breastfeeding Mothers Helpline – Tel: 0844 4 122 949(9.30am-10.30pm)

     

    Pregnancy Yoga in Sutton Coldfield

    Pregnancy yoga involves physical postures, breathing and relaxation techniques for pregnancy and birth.  

    Yummy Yoga Mummies

     

    Pregnancy Pilates in Sutton Coldfield

    Pilates is a gentle form of exercise during pregnancy and helps prepare your body for childbirth. Classes involve strengthening, improving posture awareness and maintaining good circulation.

     

    Pilates Heaven – 1st Floor Lloyd House, Gate Lane, Sutton Coldfield, B73 5TT.

    Tel. – 0121 354 9023  Email[email protected]

     

    Pregnancy and Postnatal Massage in Sutton Coldfield

    Massage helps to relax you and your baby, relieving stress and calming your body before and after childbirth. Post natal massage helps with relaxation and recovery after birth.

    FromBumps2Babies

    2 Orchard Close, Sutton Coldfield B73 5RF, United Kingdom

    Tel. – 07920 192881

     

    Reflexology in Sutton Coldfield

    Reflexology is a therapy that uses reflex points on the hands and feet to treat aches, pains and tensions in the body. 

    Barefoot Holistic Therapies

    Tel. – 07775975363

    Email – [email protected]

     

    Osteopathy in Sutton Coldfield

    Osteopathy works with the joints, bones and nearby muscles to relieve aches and pains, and to help patients feel calm. It can also help babies after birth through cranial osteopathy using gentle touch to bring the body to a point of comfort.

    Ebrook Osteopathy

    3 Coleshill Street, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1SD

    Tel: 0121 354 6955

    Email – [email protected]

    FAQs

    You can read all the details about the complete Hypnobirthing process on my ‘What is Hypnobirthing’ page. It includes the methods, the benefits, and a lot more.

    A lot of things need to be considered regarding the whole childbirth process. First, it is important to take note of the fact that you can never have everything under your control. Sometimes drug interventions might be a necessity for you and your baby’s safety. Moreover, hypnobirthing is a skill that needs to be worked on. The more you practise in the time between your online hypnobirthing classes, the better at it you’ll be. 

    Statistically speaking, according to the Hypnobirthing Institute, about 65%-70% of mums who deliver via hypnobirthing techniques do not need medical pain relief. The remaining 20%-25% need only air or gas, nothing too extreme. Lastly, 5%-10% are the mums who face special circumstances that cannot be helped. Even these mums have testified that hypnobirthing still helped them and made it a lot easier to cope. You can read about their amazing stories here.

    Epidurals might feel amazing but they come with a lot of side effects and complications. In most cases, mums who get an epidural can’t move around and even face trouble changing their birthing positions. Furthermore, research proves that getting an epidural can prolong the birthing time and increase the probability of external interventions such as vacuum extraction and forceps delivery. Mums who have had drug-free birth often mention having an easier and faster delivery. Most importantly, whatever the mum ingests, the baby gets affected by it. So, it is better to prioritise a natural birth. 

    After having your 20-week scan and before your 30th week of pregnancy would be an ideal time to begin this course. It’s OK if you’re a little further along than 30 weeks, and I would be happy to get you up to speed. As an alternative, you can also choose our monthly one-day intensive course.

    I would definitely advise you to practise as much as you can in the time between classes because hypnobirthing is an acquired skill. So, it is only as effective as you make it. The 4-week course gives you ample time to be fully prepared, confident, and relaxed as you near your delivery day.

     

    As for our one-day intensive course, it advised that you start it a couple of weeks prior to your delivery date so that you can give yourself enough time to learn and practise. If you feel like asking me anything regarding the courses, don’t hesitate to reach me on the phone or via email.

    Hypnobirthing is a process with ample benefits. It is ideal for anyone who wants to feel at ease and have confidence about going into labour and delivering a baby. Most of the time, mums expecting for the first time tend to turn to hypnobirthing to calm their nerves and get rid of fears regarding pregnancy. Second-time mums, on the other hand, might turn to hypnobirthing as a more pleasant alternative to their previous childbirth experience. In addition, mothers looking to deliver vaginally after a caesarean delivery can find solace in hypnobirthing techniques that can help them tackle their fears regarding vaginal birth. 

    There is a lot of stigma regarding hypnosis so it is important to establish that it only refers to entering into relaxation. You’re never under any trance and you’re always aware of what goes on around you. You can chat and continue to function as you normally do, just with a calmer mindset. You can learn and improve your self-hypnosis skills throughout the duration of the 4-week online hypnobirthing course. In case you go for the two-day or the refresher course, you can work on it afterward. 

     

    It should be mentioned that there is a lot more to my online hypnobirthing classes than just self-hypnosis; they expose you to a whole philosophy and new-found approach to childbirth.

    Babies and mums both can definitely benefit from hypnobirthing as it increases the chances of having a drug-free birth. Moreover, the calmer you are during labour, the better it is for the baby as it will feel the same sensations as you from within the womb. 

     

    When you’re relaxed, your body releases natural relaxant chemicals called endorphins. These are also found inside the placenta and umbilical cord. These endorphins might help to accustom the baby to life outside the womb and make the journey more pleasant for it. According to research, babies who are born naturally tend to be more responsive and show enhanced interest in breastfeeding habits such as massaging the mother’s breasts

    If you want uninterrupted live online classes then you’ll need at least a 2Mbps upload speed. 

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    Yes. You might find a lot of MP3s and CDs on the market to help you with your pregnancy relaxation techniques. However, they won’t give you the same experience as a live interactive online course. My curriculum ensures that you’ll learn all the important techniques for childbirth and develop a deep understanding of the whole process.