Wed., Feb. 20 | Cloud 9 Health & Wellness Experience

Hypnobirthing - “The Mongan Method” - 5 Sessions - Wednesday Starts Feb 20

The HypnoBirthing childbirth method is as much a philosophy of birth as it is a technique for achieving a satisfying, relaxing, and stress-free method of birthing.
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Hypnobirthing - “The Mongan Method” - 5 Sessions - Wednesday Starts Feb 20

Time & Location

Feb. 20, 2019, 6:30 p.m. – Mar. 20, 2019, 10:30 p.m.
Cloud 9 Health & Wellness Experience, 314 4th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1G8, Canada

About The Event

The HypnoBirthing childbirth method is as much a philosophy of birth as it is a technique for achieving a satisfying, relaxing, and stress-free method of birthing.

Course Includes Five Sessions (2.5 hour evening classes) for you and your birthing partner, one copy of HypnoBirthing® Book – “The Mongan Method” & CD.

HypnoBirthing teaches you, along with your birthing companion, the art and joy of experiencing birth in a more comfortable manner. You will learn how to call upon your body's own natural epidural and thus lessen or even eliminate discomfort and the need for medication. When a woman is properly prepared for childbirth and when mind and body are in harmony, nature is free to function in the same well-designed manner that it does naturally.

You will be fascinated as you view HypnoBirthing films showing labouring mothers, awake, alert and in good humour as they experience the kind of gentle birth that you, too, can know when you are free of the Fear-Tension-Pain Syndrome. HypnoBirthing teaches you to release all prior programming about birth, how to trust your body and work with it, as well as how to free yourself of harmful emotions that lead to pain-causing fear and unyielding muscles.

HypnoBirthing will teach you the art of using your own natural birthing instincts. You will be aware and fully in control, but profoundly relaxed.

Enrolment in this course is an investment in yourself and your baby and is a life-changing event.

You will learn:

How to use self-hypnosis

To stop negative programming and fears

Relaxation and self-hypnosis techniques to eliminate the fear and tension that causes long labour and pain, replacing it with confidence, calm and comfort

Techniques to produce a shorter, more comfortable labour

To release negative experiences from the past and present that could interfere with your calm, and comfortable birth

To control your body’s own natural relaxant

Why women in other cultures have birthing almost entirely free of discomfort

Special breathing techniques for the different stages of labour that work with the body to promote relaxation

To create your own effective birth plan

Ways your birth companion can participate throughout the birth

Natural techniques for induction of labour, once beyond your "Estimated due date"

Natural techniques to re-stimulate a "stalled labour"

The importance of prenatal and perinatal bonding

HypnoBirthing Advantages:

Eliminates the Fear-Tension-Pain Syndrome before, during and after birthing

Reduces the need for chemical anesthesia

Eliminates fatigue during labour, leaving the mother fresh, awake and with the energy needed to bring her baby into the world

Shortens the first stage of labour by several hours and often eliminates the need to push to bring the baby to the crowning stage

The birthing companion is an integral part of the birthing, not an onlooker

Postnatal recovery is rapid and easier

Babies are better adjusted and happier

Mothers do not run the risk of hyperventilating from shallow breathing

Promotes special bonding of mother, baby and birthing companion

Fewer interventions and complications during labour

Returns birthing to the beautiful, peaceful experience nature intended

Feel Free to CALL JEANNIE 250-702-4769

*InvisionYourLife.com assumes no responsibility or liability for the outcome of any pregnancy, labour, or birth. The content of the HypnoBirthing Course is in no way represented as medical advice, nor as a prescription for a medical procedure. As always, you should seek the advice of your health care provider to answer any health-related or pregnancy-related issues surrounding your pregnancy, labour and delivery, before starting any new pregnancy-related program.

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