Hypnobirthing Germany - Teachers' Directory
Hi! I'm Elena. I am an accredited KG Hypnobirthing Teacher and also a hypnobirthing mum myself. I did a hypnobirthing course when I was pregnant with my second child and it completely changed my life. I went from being quite worried about birth, having had a lengthy induction first time round, to having the most amazing second birth. I am passionate about birth and about empowering women after having had one wonderful hypnobirth myself (after a less than ideal hospital birth with my first child). The skills I have learnt, specifically the relaxation techniques, I also use in my everyday life. The benefits of doing a course extend far beyond the day of birth and well into motherhood.
I would absolutely love to help you as you prepare to meet your baby. I passionately believe hypnobirthing is for all births, wherever they take place. I teach in English & Russian.
Please do get in touch if you'd like to know more about how a hypnobirthing course could help you to achieve the positive birth experience you hope for.
WHAT’S HYP ABOUT ME
I am Constanze - Doula and feeding supporter AND also a wife and mother of two magical children born with confidence and calmness.
When I came to England in 2017, I have never ever thought about hypnobirthing, homebirths or a calm birth at all. But when I was confronted with the idea of hypnobirthing because of a friend's experience, my husband and I gave it a try.
And every hour of the course brought us closer together AND gave us the confidence that we already have had everything what we would have needed for a wonderful, individual and may be even calm birth.
The experience of my own two births BUT also many of the birth stories of other mothers when they came to me as a doula (antentally or postnatally), let me became a hypnobirthing teacher on my own.
I love what I do and it's what I can give to the world -
Confidence to trust yourself.
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