Hypnobirthing Cheshire - Teachers' Directory
I had my first child in 1998, at the time there wasn’t even waterbirth on offer let alone hypnobirthing. However my parents always spoke about birth as such a positive and exciting experience. My mum was always telling me how she didn’t recall any pain. So I went into labour relaxed and not fearing it. I had Jack at the local birthing centre, in 4 hours. In 2000 I had a fantastic home birth with Libby. Then in 2010 I had a wonderful waterbirth with Charlotte, even though she was born back to back. I totally believe, both as a mother and a midwife, that being relaxed and having confidence in your body makes the most difference to your birthing experience.
As a midwife I am highly motivated and dedicated to promoting normality and women/family centred care. I have been heavily involved with the homebirth support group and promoting waterbirth and I'm also a Reiki II practitioner.
I qualified as a midwife in 2007, during my training I won a valedictory award for “Excellence in clinical practice” and in 2009 I received 2 nominations for midwife of the year.
I am passionate about empowering women and their partners so they feel confident and in control, not only through labour but in the transition to becoming a parent.
My name is Hannah and as long as I can remember I’ve been fascinated by pregnancy and babies.
I am a mental health first aider, trained chef and Hypnobirthing coach.
As a hypnobirthing mum I have experienced first-hand the difference that this training makes and feel strongly that all woman should have access to this knowledge.
I’m originally from the UK but have been living in Zurich for several years. I am married to Sebastian and have two little energetic boys, Otto & Felix.
I am committed to empowering women and their partners to have the best birth for them.
Hello, my name is Carole and I have been trained to teach the Katherine Graves method of Hynobirthing. I am an experience midwife and qualified complementary therapist. I work occasional shifts as a midwife at the local birth centre and I run my business Optimum Birthing. I teach Hypnobirthing and provide complementary therapies for pregnant mums. I feel very privileged to be able to accompany women and their partners through the final part of their childbirth journey. For me, to be part of that special moment when they finally meet their baby for the first time is truly magical. I live with my husband Chris in Macclesfield, our two grown up children have flown the nest and set up homes of their own. I really wish that hypnobirthing had been around at the time of their births, as I know that I would have loved hypnobirthing my babies.
I am a qualified midwife with over 13 years experience working in the NHS. My current role is as a Practice Based Educator for Maternity.
I live in the Stockport area and I am a wife to Paul and mummy to William and Poppy.
April has two children which she birthed using hypnobirthing to feel calm and empowered throughout. Since then she has a passion to educate women about positive birth. She hosts regular hypnobirthing classes, pregnancy yoga classes, works one to one with couples. She hosts a monthly positive birth groups every 1st Tuesday of the month at her cafe in Congleton, Cheshire.
April also leads blessingway ceremonies for women which are ceremonies which honour the mother during pregnancy. She also offers many postnatal classes and closing of the bones ceremony (a postnatal massage).
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Hi, I'm Amy Rooney (DipHb(KGH)), founder of Empowered Mama Birthing. My mission is to provide birth preparation classes suitable for ALL WOMEN so that however they give birth they do so feeling empowered and positive.
I'ma mummy to two hypnobirth babies - a crazy flame haired toddler and a very chilled baby. I first came across hypnobirthing whilst pregnant with my eldest. My first reaction was that I wasn't the right type of person for hypnobirthing... I was a fast paced corporate lawyer with lists coming out of my ears, surely I'd need to be more hippy and chilled to hypnobirth successfully?
Despite my initial naivety (and stereotyping!) I quickly learned that hypnobirthing was so much more than a bunch of relaxation techniques and that it was applicable to everyone and so beneficial. I went on to have two amazing (but very different) hypnobirth experiences. My passion for all things hypnobirthing was ignited and I haven't looked back.
I love helping parents to prepare for their birth experience.
I am a mum of 3 boys who teaches KG Hypnobirthing, pregnancy yoga, and mum and baby postnatal yoga. I also teach adult yoga and meditation.
I first started as a birth worker after the birth of my sons in the late 1990s. KGHypnobirthing wasn't around then, but through education and relaxation, I had some really wonderful experiences of birth. And since then I have been passionate about helping couples to find their way through the maze of appointments and hospital protocols to help them also have an amazing birth, to find their power, their knowledge and their confidence.
I became a midwife 18 years ago after hearing stories about friends and families births, and hearing women report that the experience could have been better if they knew more and were able to have options about their care. This was startling as I imagined that it would be crucial to offer support and information at such an important time in the life of a new family. I trained at University of Chester and worked at the Countess of Chester Hospital (where I was born!) for 16 years where I have been blessed in my career to work with so many fabulous midwives and to have of looked after hundreds of lovely families from the Chester area. I initially worked in the hospital and then after my daughter was born (I used hypnobirthing when I birthed!) I transfered to work at as a community midwife, which was amazing as I had a feeling of truly knowing the women in my care, but working part time and on set patterns of work I rarely cared for women that I knew in labour and this was the icing on the cake for me as a midwife. As continuity felt so rewarding and a better way to provide care, I left the NHS team to join the private commissioned service of One to One Midwives locally where I thrived in being able to provide the care in a different and more personal way. After several years I have needed to reduce my hours for family reasons and have left caseloading midwifery for the time being, instead focusing on the teaching of antenatal education and hypnobirthing via Confident Birth Chester.
Our accredited hypnobirthing teachers in Cheshire will give you the confidence to know you will find someone qualified who we trust to help you achieve the birthing of your baby that you are looking for.
Why Choose a Hypnobirth?
Hypnobirthing is a recognised method of natural childbirth which promotes a far more calm birthing through the teaching of hypnosis techniques to relax the mother. This reduces the likelihood of intervention through pain relief and also results in a more relaxed, less stressed, baby.
All of the teachers have trained in an RCM accredited KG Hypnobirthing Teacher Training and have been assessed prior to receiving accreditation from us, to ensure they meet the highest standards we demand of all our practitioners. This ensures they are highly experienced in teaching hypnobirthing methods to expectant mothers, so you can feel you are in very safe hands.
Our Core Principles
All of our members sign up to our set of core principles when they join us, demonstrating their commitment to promoting quality hypnobirthing practices. They are all also strong advocates of complementary birthing techniques who are keen to see natural childbirth grow in popularity among mothers about to give birth.
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