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.
Hello, my name is Steph, but most importantly congratulations on your pregnancy! I am a registered midwife and a mother. I had always found pregnancy and birth fascinating, which is where my midwifery career began. I work for the NHS within a trust in the West Midlands. I am based both within the community and hospital setting so I am very privileged to share the whole journey of pregnancy, birth and parenthood with many couples.
When my own pregnancy journey began I turned to a very good friend (and colleague) of mine who welcomed me to the world of hypnobirthing.
Following the calm birth of my daughter I felt so passionate about positive birth experiences that I became a qualified KG Hypnobirthing teacher myself. I kept thinking why isn't everyone doing this? I strongly believe that KG Hypnobirthing techniques enable women, and their partners, to remain relaxed and believe that they can do it!
Hello I'm Karen, a very experienced Holistic therapist with qualifications in Reflexology, Indian head massage KGHypnobirthing, UNICEF breastfeeding support. I have also gained a wealth of experience working for the NHS for over 27 years as a Registered General Nurse and Health Visitor. I first trained as a Reflexologist in London following the birth of my daughter, having had regular treatments throughout my pregnancy to ease the symptoms and ensure I was relaxed and well for the birth. I trained at St. Marys university in Twickenham and registered with the Association of Reflexologists. I have continued to study and now specialise in fertility, maternity and baby reflexology.
I have trained as a KG Hypnobirthing teacher and I am passionate about supporting parents to improve their birth experience and share the knowledge and skills to empower them.
Hypnobirthing is a logical, simple and comprehensive antenatal programme, as well as techniques to support in pregnancy and labour it instils confidence in parents. I am also a qualified infant massage and baby yoga instructor and offer small classes or 1:1sessions.
Facebook page - Lavender Therapies Reflexology and Hypnobirthing @lavendertherapies.staffordshire
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.