Hypnotherapy for Childbirth & Fertility

Hypnosis for Childbirth

Birth has the potential to be one of the most wonderful experiences of our lives. Childbirth is a natural physiological process that a woman’s body is fully equipped for. Each birth is unique, and easibirthing is about empowering you to manage your individual experience, not fear it.

Hypnosis, Psychotherapy and Fertility

The mind has enormous power over the body, which is constantly influenced by our emotions, thoughts and beliefs. There is a wealth of research showing that hormone levels, ovulation and other reproductive factors may well be affected by what is going on in your mind. By consulting a specialist hypno-psychotherapist you can maximise the chances of natural or assisted conception (including alongside IVF) and maintaining a healthy pregnancy.

"Changing expectations and challenging attitudes one birth at a time."

We train you to use self-hypnosis, relaxation, visualisation and breathing methods to prepare mind and body for a natural birth. We teach you to use hypnosis for pain management skills and aim to build your trust in your body so you enter labour feeling calm, confident and in control.

This is about reaching a state of deep relaxation, maintaining perception of control over the process and developing a positive attitude. It is about changing your expectation of birth so that you help rather than hinder the natural process.

The easibirthing® method seeks to enable you to have the active birth you want. So whether you are planning a home birth or birthing in hospital, this training is designed to suit you.

Congratulations to Ellie and Nick on the birth of their baby girl in Salisbury District Hospital on 22nd April 2016

We have some exciting news- baby India Beatrice Windell was born yesterday at 2pm weighing 6lbs14oz.

My waters broke at 4am in the morning, I went in to hospital at 9am & was already 5cm dilated with no pain...

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Sam's Birth Quote

I had a wonderful water birth, under 6 hours from first contraction to him arriving. I can honestly say that I didn't feel any pain with contractions, I'm not going to lie and say I couldn't feel the when his head was coming out but that was only a few seconds on discomfort.

Sam, 1st baby