Busy at the weekends, do an evening hypnobirthing course in Romford

Magical Baby Moments courses run both on weekends and evenings, to suit parents’ busy lives. However in February, there are no weekend courses, so be sure to not miss out on this valuable learning for you and your partner, as you prepare for the birth of your baby.

 What is hypnobirthing?

It is a full antenatal course that teaches all aspects of late pregnancy, what to expect during labour, how to handle changes that may occur during labour in order to make the right decisions for you and your baby, as well as a host of tips and techniques to help keep you focused, calm and confident during labour and birth.

The course includes approximately 10 hours teaching time, plus the Katharine Graves Hypnobirthing Book, the Colour & Calmness relaxation CD, handouts that support the lesson plans and my support by phone/email up until the birth of your baby.

Learn what the hypnobirthing course modules are.

When should the couple do the hypnobirthing class?

Ideally any time after 20 weeks, but it will work for people in late pregnancy too. The course lasts approximately 10 hours and is usually done over 4 sessions, so it’s simply a question of scheduling it in.

February dates

The dates for the February course are 7, 15, 21, 28 and start at 8pm, allowing you time to get back from work and have dinner before joining the hypnobirthing class. (We finish around 10:15pm).

Other upcoming courses

If you can’t make theses dates, or you would prefer a later course here are the upcoming weekends:

For beyond these dates visit the Classes section on our website.

Struggling for Baby Shower or Valentine’s Day present ideas? Buy Hypnobirthing Course Vouchers

It’s not a case of needing to buy you an entire course; we sell vouchers in various amounts, to suit everyone’s budget.

Vouchers are available in £5, £10, £20, £195 and £245 amounts. Email classes@magicalbabymoments.com to order yours!

 

About Magical Baby Moments

Magical Baby Moments offers group hypnobirthing courses in Romford and private courses across Essex and London. Check online at www.magicalbabymoments.com/classes to find out upcoming dates.

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Join October’s Group hypnobirthing course in Romford

If you’re 20+ weeks pregnant and looking for a comprehensive antenatal course that teaches you everything you need to know about labour and birth; the choices that you have and fabulous techniques that will keep you calm, confident and relaxed. 

This evening group course, taking place in October will get you fully prepared for your baby’s arrival and beyond!

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Another great weekend teaching Hypnobirthing to expectant parents in Romford 

This weekend 10 & 11 September saw more expectant parents in the Romford area learn about hypnobirthing. Here’s what they had to say about the course: 

“I feel more informed and now have an idea on how I want the birth of my baby to be.” Nisha

“I am a lot calmer and more positive about giving birth.” Sarah

“Hypnobirthing is something every expectant couple should try and experience. There is so much to think about when preparing for your baby and this helps to focus, through a condensed information pack and relaxation scripts.” Mayank

“I feel much better now, as this is our first baby. I didn’t know what to expect but now I feel more confident it will be s nice experience.” Sergio

If you want to prepare for your baby’s birth, find out more on Magical Baby Moments website.

How hypnobirthing helped during an induced labour

Baby Renee was born weighing in at 8lbs 3 ounces.

It was a natural delivery – I was induced (38 weeks) as I was found to have gestational diabetes.
I was induced twice over 12 hours to begin with. I was having mild contractions but nothing was happening. The baby’s heart rate was being monitored and she was fine.
After 12 hours they then broke my waters. This brought on the contractions and dilating very, very quickly! I went 0-6cms in 5 hours. This was where we used the hypnobirthing techniques (along with the gas and air). I had my favourite guided meditation (the one about blowing out bubbles) and I think Jeff was reciting it over and over until the pain got too much (I then had an epidural).
Things seemed to slow down after that. I dilated only a further 2cms (to 8) in the following 8 hours after that which made the consultants advise that they were going to give me s Caesarean. I was heartbroken (and frankly a bit pissed off!) when I heard this as I have always been dead set AGAINST having a Caesarean. The process from 1st induction had taken about 27 hours up until this point and it felt like such a waste to have gone through all of that to get cut open anyway. I also was conscious of the fact that help at home is limited for me so I also wanted to avoid the recovery time needed for a Caesarean (in conjunction with looking after the baby).
The consultant told us they were preparing the theatre for my Caesarean and left the room. When she left – my midwife (who could see that I was devastated) gave me some jelly babies. She got Jeff and my sister-in-law to prop me up on my feet. In the 30 mins that ensued she used every trick in the book to try and get the baby to drop the final 2cms required for a natural delivery.
The consultant came back and got me 30 mins later and low and behold!! She had a look and said ‘whaddya know? You’ve dilated the extra 2cms so you can have a natural delivery after all!!’
I tell you. I could have kissed my midwife (who gave me a nod and a wink from the other side of the theatre).
Birthing her was a bit intense but this time round I was mentally prepared for it. I had a forceps delivery and 5 stitches (they cut me as opposed to a tear) but two weeks later it’s all healed up nicely and she is perfect. It was a much better outcome than being confined to a chair if I had had the Caesarean.
The midwives made reference to how calm I was throughout the process and I did make them aware that we wanted to follow the hypnobirthing method (lots of walking around).
I wanted to say (on behalf of both Jeff and I), thank you for your time – I’m currently signing up to as many mother and baby classes as possible in the hope I’ll make some new friends! Hopefully we’ll bump into you soon!