Hypnobirthing Training


When I wrote my Independent Hypnobirthing Practitioner Training programme it was because I felt that there was nothing similar on the market.  Yes, there are many, many different ‘brands’ the interested parties can train with but all of them required practitioners to keep on spending money with them.  This was either through annual fees or by expecting practitioners to buy client packs for every booking they made. To top it all off, clients would get used to the practitioner they had on their training and then have to get used to a totally different voice on the downloads.

In addition, I wanted to practitioners to feel, that even though they potentially had a bit more work at the beginning, by producing their own course they wou...

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Training to be an Independent Hypnobirthing Practitioner

training to be a hypno birthing practitioner uk

Five Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Train to be an

Independent Hypnobirthing Practitioner

I’m going to level with you. Being a totally Independent Practitioner only works for a certain type of person.

trainging to be a hypno birthing practitionerThis is how you’ll know it’s not for you:

1.You don’t believe Face to Face Training with a real Person, gives you a whole lot more than interacting with a screen.

MamaSerene Independent Hypnobirthing Practitioner Training gives you:
Five Full days Face to Face; rather more than any other similar programme out there. Why? Because you get plenty of practice time; opportunity to question; space to learn about teaching and running a business. Plus, an unmissable chance to work with other like-minded women...

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Dear Teenage Daughters

Dear teenage daughters

Dear Reader, I am perplexed and befuddled! By trade, I deal with pregnancy and birth and, although by no means do I claim to be an expert, I like to consider myself rather au fait with babies. However, I seem, in the blink of an eye, to have become the parent of three teenagers (well two teenagers; DD’s 1a and 1b -twins of 13 and my 11year old tweenager.) And I have to confess, I’m feeling rather at sea with the whole thing.

Let me explain – my girls are good girls; yes we have the hormonal ups and downs, yes we have the rolling eyes, whenever their father or I say something that is considered ‘lame’; yes there is the constant mantra of how we are so unfair and nobody understands them; but on the whole I’m pretty confident that they are telling me the truth about where they are going a...

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What does Dani Diosi, Doula, do (when on call)


Since I started officially doula-ing, people often ask me what it is I actually do.  My usual answer is ‘how long have you got?’ Doula’s are about so much more than just holding someone’s hand as they push (although there’s a lot of that too!) It doesn’t really show the half of it but I made a video last time I went on call for a client to give a bit of an insight to what it is actually like being a doula.  Hope you like it!

Dani Diosi is an experienced Doula, Natal Hypnotherapist and Antenatal educator.  For more information about her services and the courses she runs please see www.mamaserene.co.uk or contact her on dani@mamaserene.co.uk

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Why men shouldn’t give birth……….and women (using Natal Hypnotherapy hypnobirthing) should!

Why men shouldn't give birth and women using hypnobirthing with Natal Hypnotherapy should

DD1b (older two are twins – she’s the ‘younger’ one) came home from school the other day and reported that her year 7 science teacher – covering the topic of sexual reproduction – had compared the pain of giving birth for a woman to being kicked in the testicles for a man.

I then saw this video on a friend’s Facebook feed:

Hilarious right?  Especially the way the men look after the session has finished and the wives high-fiving each other in the back-ground...

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