Hypnobirthing Buckinghamshire - Teachers' Directory
My name is Joanna Williamson and I am a mother of three, midwife and KG Hypnobirthing teacher. I used KG Hypnobirthing for the birth of my son last year and my incredible birth experience has made me keener than ever to share with others what I learnt on the course. I love teaching and supporting women and their partners on their journey to parenthood or indeed to a growing family! Having largely worked on labour and postnatal wards, I look forward to a change and becoming a community and home birth midwife.
I have been working in my own practice for many years as a Reflexologist specialising in all aspects of the fertility journey. I have close links with my Acupunturist husband and we have worked with many couples and individuals. I love hearing my clients tell me about their birthing experiences and I am so proud to be part of their moment. I have had four children and my births were the best experiences of my life, this is why I am a KGHypnobirthing teacher. My practice is based at home where clients can relax in a welcoming and calm enviroment. Do give me a ring to ask any further questions you might have.
I will openly admit that my first impressions of hypnobirthing before I understood it were sceptical; I felt at the time it was something for other people, not something for me. I remember going to a new baby event at Mothercare and there was a lady there poised to speak to people about hypnobirthing; I walked straight past the stand dismissively. Admittedly I had never given it time to fully understand how it could help me and my birth.
Hypnobirthing changed my life and it's for that reason that I decided to train and become a teacher, so I could empower other women in their births. I'd already completed a bachelors degree but decided to go back to study and complete my hypnobirthing training with Katharine Graves (The KGH Method) as a registered member of the Hypnobirthing Association, with the course being accredited by The Royal College of Midwives.
I've always been passionate about my role as a midwife and am lucky to do a job that I love and enjoy, however since having my son I have realised my dream to also focus on antenatal education.
I run The Village Midwife antenatal/postnatal courses and offer 1-1 and group hypnobirthing sessions on top of this. As a midwife, I have seen the effect that birth education can have on a woman and her birth partner's experiences and aim to empower them to have the best birth possible, as well as enjoy the antenatal and postnatal periods!
I am also passionate about providing this level of care to women coming to parenthood through all of the different ways possible!
My name is Donna Bull and I teach KG HypnoBirthing, and pregnancy and postnatal yoga in Beaconsfield, Bucks and the surrounding areas. If you would like to book a HypnoBirthing course or find out more about HypnoBirthing, email or give me a call on 07875 159769.
I’m Ruth Prowse a qualified hypnobirthing practitioner through KGHypnobirthing. I qualified as a hypnotherapist in 2009 following a Psychology BSc at The University of the West of England.
I am also a hypnobirthing mum myself!
All of our members are skilled and experienced hypnobirthing professionals who have been through our assessment process in order to receive accredited status. They have all trained in KG Hypnobirthing and have signed up to our ethics code. This asserts their advocacy of natural childbirth and their commitment to promoting good practice in natural childbirth generally and in hypnobirthing specifically.
Hypnobirthing is a recognised method used in childbirth and promotes relaxation and calmness within the mother as a natural part of giving birth. You can find more information about hypnobirthing on our home page.
Hypnobirthing is an effective natural childbirthing method which brings a calmness to mother and baby through the use of hypnosis techniques for relaxation.
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