HypnoBirthing Niagara FAQ
HypnoBirthing® is a childbirth method that focuses on preparing parents for gentle birth. In HypnoBirthing® classes, you will learn proven techniques in a well-thought-out program of deep relaxation, visualization, and self-hypnosis. All of these are designed to help you achieve a more comfortable birth. HypnoBirthing® encourages a calm, peaceful, and natural pregnancy, birth, and bonding experience for families
Attending the course between 20 to 35 weeks is ideal, as the success of the course is strongly linked to how much practice you do. However, provided you can finish the course before you give birth, it’s still going to help. In fact, there have been families who have given birth half-way through the course and it still helped.
The ideal time to attend the HypnoBirthing Niagara course is between 20 to 35 weeks.
More and more care providers are becoming aware of the benefits of HypnoBirthing®. Many hospitals offer HypnoBirthing® as an option in their childbirth education programs, and HypnoBirthing® is now taught in some schools of medicine to student doctors. If your care giver is not knowledgeable about HypnoBirthing®, take the opportunity early in your pregnancy to discuss the techniques you will be using and the type of calm birthing environment that you desire. In class, you will learn how to create a list of Birth Preferences, which will help you to communicate your birthing goals and preferences to your doctor or midwife.
Very definitely! Especially for those who had a caesarean because of “failure to progress” or “failed inductions”. HypnoBirthing® will help you to regain your confidence in natural birth and your own body and will help you to regain control of the birth process.