Enrol today on Your Complete guide to Hypnobirthing and you'll have my full support on your journey from pregnancy to motherhood in our private Facebook group.
Regardless of the type of birth you are planing for you and your baby, a home birth, a hospital birth, a water birth or planned C section, the core hypnobirthing skills will help you to remain calm, confident and in control when you meet the new love of your life.
This course is for you if you want to:
You will also receive FULL support in our community Facebook group, this is a great place for you to ask any questions you have and to ensure you get the best out of your course.
After your baby arrives, let us know and we will send you 'The New Mummy Bonus Module' this is packed with valuable information to help you settle in too your life as a new Mum.
I look forward to welcoming you & supporting you through your hypnobirthing journey.
"Hi Sarah, I wanted to introduce baby Jasper to you who was born on the 27th April 2017 at 2pm weighing a healthy 8lb 4oz.
During labour and delivery I employed all of my learnt hypnobirthing techniques and personal mantras. I didn't listen to the MP3 during labour, but had a pre-prepared playlist which was wonderful to birth to.
Hypnobirthing enabled me to stay relaxed throughout and the midwife commented numerous times on my calm nature. I felt happy, calm and in control and would certainly recommend Hypnobirthing to any expecting parents, especially as my husband found my relaxed nature enabled him to feel at ease and have confidence in my birthing abilities. With thanks & kisses from baby Jasper, Helen and Tom"
- Helen, Tom and baby Jasper
Since 2008 Sarah has helped expectant Mums like you to have a calm, confident and courageous birth experience regardless of the way baby’s birth has panned out. Together you'll, banish your fears around childbirth and build up your birth knowledge, your confidence and your emotional strength to be the strong, powerful and capable women you are.
Sarah is a professional therapist trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy, along with this she holds a certification as an antenatal educator and completed a Degree in Early Child Development.
"When examined said this was due to him being back to back and was also not dilating so recommended epidural due to the time this would possibly take and the pain . I agreed and epidural was put in fine again this felt right for us. then his heart rate dropped so Doctors then rushed me in for an emergency C section luckily I had excepted the epidural so wasn't put to sleep.
Turns out jack has his cord around his neck and chin up so was
compressing the cord with the contractions hence the heart rate dropping. we are both doing fine I just lost quiet
a lot of blood so had 2 transfusion ........ even after all that it is the best thing I have ever been through I felt so
empowered during labour, Ian also said he had never seen someone so calm and collective at every decision
making step I personally feel this was down to the steps you talked us through during hypno birthing. Jack just
obviously had other ideas and wanted a dramatic entrance"
- Katrina, Ian and Baby Jack
"Hi Sarah, following attending your workshop I wanted to share our story with you. I've been meaning to for a while as my baby came early at 33+5 22nd May so I didn't get to complete the online course in preparation (he still wasn't due yet until 5th July).
So anyway, id been having light cramps for about a week, I put this down to my womb stretching and General preparation until the weekend I didn't quite feel right but couldn't put my finger on it - exhausted, low mood, period cramp feelings and generally run down. I had a feeling something was happening and considered the possibility it could be the start of labour but quickly brushed this off as I thought it was too soon. I called the midwives a couple of times who also said it was possible stretching as the cramps were long lasting.
Sunday morning I went to buy a new phone with my partner and mum, whilst talking to the sales advisor I felt my waters go but still wasn't sure..rushed to the toilet to find it was in fact definitely my waters. We left the car in the multi-storey car park and got a taxi to the hospital. I had to stay as my cervix was dilated and waters were definitely broken, although they said there was a possibility I could go home if my contractions stopped and would continue to be monitored.
Over the next few hours whilst I was still not in established labour it was all very calm, I asked to be monitored upright so I could sit on the birthing ball. I had a playlist of relaxing music I listened to, mum helped with the light back massage we learnt at your workshop and I continuously reassured myself with the positive affirmations and calm counted breaths. We managed to go for a couple of walks around the hospital grounds and my contractions were quite mild for a long time. It was very relaxing at this point and I found the tools I learnt from you really helpful.
It wasn't until around 10.30pm that they started to get more painful and over the next couple of hours all sped up very quickly. Admittedly towards the end I did start to panic as there wasn't great communication from the midwife as to how far along things were or what was really happening (mum had to figure this out) and I assumed I still had a long way to go, however, through the knowledge from your workshop I trusted my body and trusted the process and the positive affirmations got me through.
I never managed to get into the position I wanted to be in but I did manage a natural birth with no pain relief as intended but with an assisted birth (episiotomy and forceps as little one started to get tired). I believe that although it could have gone more smoothly given the right communication, the knowledge and confidence me and mum gained from your workshop made the whole journey a lot more relaxing and empowering than it would have been had we not attended.
We worked together really well to deliver my baby safely and as calmly as possible. She helped me count my breaths when I couldn't keep count in the later stages and was my rock to lean on. Alfie John Rhodes was born a healthy 5lbs and is now thriving, growing and developing extremely well - I'm so proud of him. We stayed 3 weeks on the neonatal ward with him and have now been home almost 3 weeks.
I just want to thank you for your invaluable knowledge which coming from someone who had a deep fear of pregnancy and labour managed to conquer labour relatively calmly considering the circumstances and lack of control and although I couldn't complete the online course, what I did take from it helped me so much. Here are some pictures of our perfect little boy xx"
- Emma and Baby Alfie
My hypnobabe!!! Didn’t want to wait and arrived a month early on Saturday 9th April weighing in at a whopping 7lb1 Despite the abrupt arrival and the reduced time I had to practice my relaxation I truly believe that I wouldn’t have been as prepared as I was and I wouldn’t have been able to achieve my goal. Natural birth, no pain relief at all! I’m not going to say I didn’t have a few wobbles or consider pain relief in the final hour but I do believe hypnobirthing is the way forwards and helps you keep your focus.
- Michelle, Lee and baby Jenson.