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HypnoBirthing® - A Natural Approach to Childbirth (Virtual) A philosophy and method of gentle birthing

HypnoBirthing® - A Natural Approach to Childbirth (Virtual)

Overview

Hypnobirthing is more a philosophy of the manner in which babies should be welcomed into the world than it is a method or technique for birthing. 

Virtual classes now being offered!

This empowering five-week course is designed for those seeking a natural, instinctive approach to safer, easier, more comfortable birthing.

  • Learn the importance of proper nutrition, good posture, fitness and an attitude of trust in how your body works with you and for you throughout labor.
  • Learn to use special breathing, deep relaxation, visualizations, affirmations and self-hypnosis to replace any tension or fear with calmness, confidence, positive expectation and joy as you await the birth of your baby.

Who Should Enroll?

Mothers and expectant couples.

Registration

We recommend that expectant mothers or couples contact the instructor during their second trimester. Support person is strongly encouraged to attend. 

To register for an upcoming class, please connect directly with our HypnoBirthing Instructor, Gail Noonan via email at gailnoonan@hotmail.com

Fees

Fee covers the expectant mom, the support person and all materials.

Insurance Reimbursement : Many insurance companies offer reimbursement for attending childbirth education classes. Proof of payment and a letter of completion are often required. Check with your insurance company to see if your plan offers reimbursement.

Regular Fee

$250.00

Employee Fee

$250.00

Additional Notes

Wear comfortable clothing. Bring 2 pillows and a blanket. Water bottles are suggested.

Instructor

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