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Training to be an Independent Hypnobirthing Practitioner

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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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Too Scared to Push?

Been meaning to get back to blogging for ages, but there always seems to be something else – children, work, dogs - that gets in the way . However, the report at the weekend about women being able to choose a Caesarean section, regardless of medical necessity was obviously the kick up the bottom I needed to put mouse to mat, because here I am! Please, don’t think for one moment think I’m disapproving of those with a valid reason for choosing a section. I’ve seen enough clients traumatised by bad birth experiences to know that c-section really is the only option if they want to extend their family. . With those women, I join in rejoicing that an overwhelming fear-factor can be, if not removed, at least circumnavigated, so they can enjoy their pregnancies, births and children. Nor am I saying those whose births ended as Caesareans, should have fought harder/done something differently. Far from it – birth doesn’t always go according to plan and whether a medical necessity, circumstance or intervention necessitates babies coming out via ‘the sun roof’, the birth of a baby and the start of a new life is always something to celebrate as is the fact that we have the life-saving technology we do.Read More