KGHypnobirthing is a complete antenatal training programme which is simple, logical and profound. The results from hospitals, midwives, mothers and fathers speak for themselves and so read our testimonials and birth stories. These are a true testament to how well it works. Hypnobirthing is centred on releasing fear and building confidence in the natural process of birth through practising relaxation techniques and asking questions about your care. Read more about the history of hypnobirthing.
Katharine Graves, founder of KG Hypnobirthing and the Hypnobirthing Association has created the course and developed it over time in response to what mothers, their partners and babies need and to make it more effective. It is so much more than breathing, visualisations and relaxations for birth. You probably have many questions about how to achieve the best possible birth but only when you learn about the physiology of birth and how the mind and body work together, as well as how the medical system in which we find ourselves work so we know the questions we need to ask to achieve the birth we want. You don’t know what you don’t know without the help and information from your KGH class. Her outstanding knowledge and skills have resulted in a comprehensive, in-depth antenatal course being accepted as the premier UK course for professionals and parents alike. Read more about Katharine.
Having completed a degree in Midwifery it's easy to see that your course is taught at a level that is comparable with university modules and teaching standards. It's well researched, supported by latest evidence. This is what sets KGH apart from others and why I chose it too study.
- While we are unable to hold face-to-face courses because of the Covid-19 emergency we are offering virtual courses for parents and for teacher training with exactly the same content as the normal face to face courses.
- Until we are sure about safety, our parents courses will not be held at St Thomas’ Hospital but at another venue in the area.
- We will resume face-to-face courses when it is safe to do so.