Hypnobirthing Tyne & Wear - Teachers' Directory
Hi I'm Hadassah. I've been a doula for 10 years and passionate about helping every woman to have knowledge and tools to help have a more comfortable pregnancy and labour and delivery.
I'll help you by giving you a wide assortment of tools to use to help you as best as possible by tapping into your maternal instincts that lie within
My name is Maddy and I have worked as a midwife for over 25 years. I am a mother of 3 grown ups and am a grandma. I led the very popular Parent Education service in Newcastle for 8 years. Women have used the techniques of focus and relaxation for many years and by practicing hypnobirthing with you I can help you make a positive impact to your pregnancy and birthing experience.
I'm Liz. I have been working as a Midwife within NHS hospital settings since 2013 and have a vast range of experiences, skills and in depth knowledge that I am enthusiastic to share. I do some antenatal education/parent craft sporadically within my NHS role but I am passionate about sharing knowedge, and believe in providing better quality, individualised classes - hence the creation of New Arrivals.
Informed choice is essential - but what does this mean? And what does this mean for you? I believe in teaching a thorough and comprehensive range of classes, which can be tailored to your specific needs. Regardless of the type of birth you may plan for, and what type of birth happens on the day, I believe you should feel empowered, informed and confident in your skills and your choices.
I offer one to one classes in your home. I work across Northumberland, Newcastle and Gateshead and occaisionally further afield! I have also taught internationally via video calls.
Find out more about me here, including how Hypnobirthing worked for me: https://www.bodhimama.co.uk/about-me
I'm Katy, founder of Birthscapes, former KG Hypnobirthing mum, trained Occupational Therapist and perinatal wellbeing practitioner. I am based in the North East (UK), within a small village in Gateshead near to the Tynedale Valley where I live with my husband and daughter (my hypno baby).
Following the birth of my daughter, I decided to draw on my training to create Birthscapes, providing holistic support to parents and parents-to-be from conception onwards.
At Birthscapes parental wellbeing is at the heart of everything I do.
I offer holistic support to expectant parents, with my training as a KG Hypnobirthing & Antenatal Teacher complimented by my training as a 3 Step Rewind trauma & phobia practitioner (specialising in fertility, birth and postpartum trauma & tokophobia).
I offer a combined package owith KGHypnobirthing and 3 Step Rewind trauma & phobia release on a 1:1 basis, for expectant parents who may have had a previous traumatic birth experience.
I offer comprehensive support packages where there are special circumstances (e.g. breech birth, gestational diabetes, elective cesarean). I find that due to my background and approach, I am a good match for parents who may benefit from extra guidance and sensitivity.
Further to this, I am a trained Before and Beyond Birth Mental Wellbeing Practitioner with the Beyond Birth Collective, Attachment Parenting International (API) Attached at the Heart Positive Parenting Educator, Starting Solids Workshop Facilitator, Grow with Me Mum & Baby Group Facilitator, and I am a trainee infant massage instructor, mindful breastfeeding supporter and tree babies guide.
I have became a huge birth nerd and have a specialist interest in the role of oxytocin (the hormone of love, birth and bonding)... you'll hear all about this as part of the KGHypnobirthing course.
I pride myself on offering opportunities for parents to connect both in person and online, as having our parenting tribe is so very important.
Whether you are first-time parents or not, I'd love to chat with you and see whether I may be a good fit for you here at Birthscapes.
Hypnobirthing Tyne & Wear
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