Hypnobirthing Staffordshire - Teachers' Directory
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.
Hi, my name is Rachel and I am passionate about supporting families along their journey from preconception onwards. I have worked in the NHS for 9 years and with pregnant mums for 12 years. I am a KGHypnobirthing practitioner and a Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), and although I am based in the Midlands, I am able to travel up to an hour from home.
I am Stacey! Ever since I can remember, I wanted to be a midwife as my passion is to empower families to achieve the pregnancy and the birth experience they desire. After studying at university for 3 years, I have been practising as a midwife and since been a part of many births. In July 2017 I found out I was pregnant, and having witnessed hypnobirthing mothers I decided that was how I wanted to experience my pregnancy and birth. It is beyond incredible the natural ability to grow and birth babies, however, whilst being pregnant myself I am only hearing others exchanging birth horror stories. It's time for that to change. So, I trained as a KGHypnobirth trainer so I could blog my experience to show those sceptical about hypnobirthing that when I have my baby, I will feel in control and inspire other first time mothers to reach their full potential and be proud of birth.
Throughout my midwifery training, I was amazed and encouraged by the remarkable women I met and cared for, reinforcing my passion to improve birth experiences for all women. When I first cared for a woman who was utilising Hypnobirthing techniques, I was astounded by her confidence in her body, her baby and her birth and witnessed firsthand what a positive impact this had. I am a firm believer in KG Hypnobirthing, having seen it's huge success in a multitude of scenarios and my aim is to assist couples, making their pregnancy journey and experience as calm and positive as possible. I completed my dissertation on the use of hypnosis as a complementary therapy and I was amazed by the quantity of positive research. I was then fortunate enough to win the Iolanthe Midwifery Trust Student Award which funded my Hypnobirthing training. I teach Hypnobirthing alongside my career as a midwife which gives me a full insight into the advantages of Hypnobirthing throughout the birthing journey.