Hypnobirthing Warrington

If you live in Warrington 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

Hi, and welcome to Together Birthing. Firstly, let me congratulate you on your pregnancy.

My name is Emma and I’m a hypnobirthing mum who is highly passionate about what I teach. I offer live interactive online hypnobirthing courses for couples in Warrington.

I have acquired the necessary expertise through training with the Hypnobirthing Institute and the Hypnobirthing Training Academy with Jenny Mullan, one of the longest-standing hypnobirthing trainers in the UK.

I provide expectant couples with interactive online hypnobirthing classes that extensively cover all aspects of childbirth education.

You and your birth companion can expect to be fully prepared for the birthing experience with all the tools and techniques that you need.

With my first-hand knowledge and years of teaching experience, I believe I have much to offer and would love nothing more than to share it with you.

Online Hypnobirthing Classes in Surrey

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.

Warrington couples and those living in surrounding areas can get in touch with me any time for more information about my online hypnobirthing classes. Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions.

Skills You’ll Acquire

Warrington is a very good choice to raise young children. It offers a lot of local facilities and you and your child will have many other supporting families to connect with.

What You’ll Gain from Hypnobirthing

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    Birth choices in Surrey

    With the confidence and skills that hypnobirthing gives you, home births tend to be more popular for hypnobirthing couples, choosing the familiarity, private and peaceful environment that home births can offer. Alternatively, many couples opt for birth centre births (which are usually in the hospital) which are midwife-led and cater for natural birth. For some, the labour ward is necessary for medical reasons but is still a good environment for hypnobirthing. In Warrington, the Warrington Hospital is conveniently located in the city centre. You can get in touch to book a tour or ask any questions:-

     

    Warrington Hospital – Lovely Ln, Warrington WA5 1QG, United Kingdom

    Tel. – 01925 635911

    Complementary therapies and services in Surrey

    Complementary therapies and services in Warrington

    In addition to hypnobirthing there are many other pregnancy/birth/postnatal-related services, classes and therapies to help you on your journey. Here are a list of services which might come in handy for you in the Warrington 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 Warrington

    Pregnancy yoga is a wonderful way to keep healthy in a gentle manner during pregnancy. It can help with building strength in preparation for birth, breathing exercises and can develop a calm environment for your baby to grow in. 

    Effortless Breath

    Tel. – 07913 228056    Email – [email protected]

     

    Pregnancy and New Mums Fitness in Warrington

    Keeping fit and looking after a new baby can be extremely difficult for new mums. Joining a course that fits in with you is a great way to keep healthy and meet other mums. Create a healthy habitat for you before and after birth.

    Bootique Fitness

    Tel. – 01925 714113     Email – [email protected]

     

    Pregnancy Pilates in Warrington

    Pilates is a great way to keep active during pregnancy and help prepare your body for childbirth. Classes tend to focus on safely strengthening the body and being aware of changes, with the emphasis on the pelvic floor, core strength and managing aches and pains.

    Pilates with Christina

    Tel. 0787 014 6194      Email – [email protected]  

     

    Pregnancy and Postnatal Massage

    Massage helps to stimulate your blood flow during pregnancy which means your baby gets what it needs more quickly and efficiently. It can also be a relaxing exercise for both you and your baby, combatting stress and calming your body after childbirth. 

    Bump2Bundle Pregnancy Massage

    Tel. – 07804 496608     23 Wiltshire Cl, Warrington WA1 4DA, UK

     

    Reflexology in Warrington

    Reflexology is a therapy that uses reflex points on the hands and feet to ease aches, pains and tensions elsewhere in the body. It can be very helpful for pelvic pain and backache associated with pregnancy, and for easing any stress or anxiety. It can also help with repositioning babies and naturally helping to induce labour. 

    Cheshire Natural Health

    Cheshire Natural Health Ltd, Beehive House, Tarporley Road, Stretton, Warrington, WA4 4ND

    Tel. – 01925 730123

    Email – [email protected]

     

    Osteopathy in Warrington

    Osteopathy works with the joints, bones and nearby muscles to relieve any discomfort using a holistic approach. It can also help babies after birth through cranial osteopathy using gentle touch.

    Cheshire Natural Health

    Cheshire Natural Health Ltd, Beehive House, Tarporley Road, Stretton, Warrington, WA4 4ND

    Tel. – 01925 730123

    Email – [email protected]

     

    Homeopathy

    Using natural treatments, homeopathy can be highly beneficial for a variety of problems including stress, depressions, aches, pains and your general wellbeing. Homeopathic treatment kits can also be used as an alternative to normal pain management during labour. You should consult your doctor or medical professionals when using homeopathic treatments alongside traditional medication.

    Cheshire Natural Health

    Cheshire Natural Health Ltd, Beehive House, Tarporley Road, Stretton, Warrington, WA4 4ND

    Tel. – 01925 730123

    Email – [email protected]

     

    Doulas

    Doulas provide support throughout pregnancy, birth and beyond. They can act as birthing partners and a maternity nurse if needed. 

    Cheshire Doula

    81 Henshall Ave, Latchford East, Warrington, WA4 1XF.    Tel. – 01925 480977

    Greater Manchester Doulas

    Email – [email protected]

    FAQs

    For in-depth information about what Hypnobirthing is and the ways in which it can benefit you, check out our ‘What is Hypnobirthing’ page.

    According to the Institute of Hypnobirthing, around 65%-70% of hypnobirthing mothers don’t require pain-relieving drugs. Exactly 69% of the women I have personally taught did not require any medication at all. A further 20%-25% only typically require mild forms of pain relief such as gas and air. The last 5%-10% fall under the case of ‘special circumstances’ where medical intervention is the only option. Even in these cases, mums who’ve taken my course have expressed their gratitude for my stress-relieving hypnobirthing techniques. In fact, you can read all about their individual stories on my blog.

     

    In short, my online hypnobirthing classes help couples of Warrington have a more pleasant, less-painful birthing experience, regardless of their circumstances.

    Epidurals are known for their pain relief but they also tend to complicate things. Mothers have expressed discomfort and difficulty while moving around after an epidural. Moreover, they’ve also mentioned an increased inability to change birthing positions, which is particularly necessary if the baby is in a difficult position for birth. To add, studies have shown that an epidural adds to the normal birthing time and increases the probability of unwanted intervention measures. Even though it cannot be helped at times, mothers should be aware that any medications the mother’s body ingests will have an effect on the baby as well. 

     

    My tried and tested hypnobirthing procedures can provide you with the best chances of a drug-free delivery. A natural birth is far more beneficial for both the mum and the baby. Even if hypnobirthing cannot cater to extreme cases, it can still teach you valuable calming techniques that will help make difficult moments easier to cope with.

    You should join our online 4-week Hypnobirthing classes somewhere between your 20th and 30th pregnancy week. If you’re a little over 30 weeks then I still encourage you to join. On the other hand, you can also opt for the one-day intensive course that happens each month.

    The more you practise, the more effective the hypnobirthing techniques will be. Self-hypnosis requires training and proper time to get it right. So, we advise you to make good use of your time between classes to practise on your own or with your birth partner. As for the one-day intensive course, it is best to start a couple of weeks before your due date so that you can have some time to absorb everything that you’ve learned. If you have any questions, I’m available on the phone or via email.

    First-time mums can look to hypnobirthing as a means to get rid of all the fear associated with giving birth. It can help them relax and look forward to their pregnancy days instead of just wanting to get it over with. Second-time mums might also turn to hypnobirthing for an alternative approach to giving birth, one that would leave a little more room for relaxation. In particular, mums who’ve given birth through C-section tend to turn to hypnobirthing techniques and methods to help them give birth vaginally. 

    Self-hypnosis is an acquired skill that you have to practise by yourself aside from your regular online classes. It is important to establish that it’s not something weird like putting you in a trance – you’ll be fully aware of your surroundings. You’ll just enter into a state of relaxation. If you’re going for the one-day intensive course, leave yourself some room afterwards to practice it.

    Moreover, it should be noted that my online hypnobirthing course involves so much more than merely self-hypnosis; it gives you a whole new approach to pregnancy and childbirth. The relaxation techniques will not only benefit you in your delivery, but they will also stay with you during stressful moments in general. 

    In any case, hypnobirthing is highly beneficial for not just you but your baby as well. Allowing yourself to relax and remain calm while delivering your baby passes on the same sensations to the womb. Your body releases endorphins in a relaxed state. These have been found in the placenta and the umbilical cord and could prove to help make the delivery easy and allow the baby to adjust to life outside the womb. According to current research, babies who are born naturally are more alert and quickly develop an interest in breastfeeding behaviours. 

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    It would be more economical but you wouldn’t be learning as well as with our courses. I cover an extensive range of topics as well as practical skills and I teach via interactive learning. You can’t expect to have a firm grip on important birthing techniques and skills that will bring success by just watching or listening to a pre-recorded lesson.