UFO No not the little green guys from another planet......keep reading. Do you fancy: Knocking 82 minutes off your birthing time,And giving your baby up to 30% more space to come out? Sounds UFO - utterly fantastic outstanding? Yes it does, but UFO stands for upright, forward and open. Being in a good upright, forward and open (UFO) … Continue reading Positions for birth
Category: birth partner
Coercive language during pregnancy and birth
Coercion meaning: The practice of persuading someone to do something by using force or threats. Coercion is compelling a party to act in an involuntary manner. It involves a set of various types of forceful actions that violate the free will of an individual to induce a desired response. Coercion during pregnancy and birth is … Continue reading Coercive language during pregnancy and birth
Delayed cord clamping
If you’re pregnant or thinking about having a baby you’ve probably heard of delayed cord clamping, but do you know why it is important? A baby and its placenta are attached from about one week after conception until the baby is born. The placenta is made from the fertilised embryo which means it has both … Continue reading Delayed cord clamping
Use your BRAIN
Sometimes when we’re dealing with people in a position of authority or someone who we class as more educated in a particular subject, we find it hard to question what they say. This is particularly the case with medical professionals. Doctors, midwives, obstetricians, nurses, and surgeons have all studied for years, not to mention having … Continue reading Use your BRAIN
Sarah teaches expectant parents hypnobirthing.
The Positive Birth Group in the press. Translated from Swedish and printed in Nya Aland on Tuesday 16th February 2021. A partner at the birth makes it easier for the mother. Where the brain goes, the body follows. That's what Sarah Mazzone says, who offers expectant parents courses in hypnobirthing. The method aims to reduce … Continue reading Sarah teaches expectant parents hypnobirthing.
Just like riding a bike.
It’s an analogy I use a lot when I’m teaching. We have to learn how to ride a bike and once we learn it we don't forget how to do it. It becomes natural to us. Birthing a baby is a natural act, but it’s not something we do often in life. Some people might … Continue reading Just like riding a bike.
Your wedding day versus your baby’s birth day
Weddings are amazing. Such joyous, fun happy occasions. People think about them and start planning them from a very early age. Some people create scrapbooks and use Pinterest to collect ideas before they’re even in a relationship or engaged. It can be so much fun to get excited about a wedding. A lot of effort, … Continue reading Your wedding day versus your baby’s birth day