Spontaneous birth stories

Emma’s positive birth story

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Hi Angie was just writing you a little email to say thank you!

I really thought my anxiety would return leading up to the birth but hypnobirthing really helped me let go and trust my body. I truly had such an amazing experience this time so thank you for introducing us to hypnobirthing!

Our baby boy arrived last week weighing 8lbs 1. It was quite a quick labour only starting at 7pm. I used the breathing and affirmations throughout and had a lovely water birth after being in hospital for 45 mins. 10 mins in the pool! Even though it was quick I felt totally in control and let my body do what it needed to do.

Such an empowering birth ❤

You can share our birth story and family life is going so well we’re all really enjoying being back in the newborn bubble!

Thank you again for everything!

Karma’s positive birth story

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What I love about this birth story is that Karma is already saying she would 100% use hypnobirthing next time round – she has a newborn and is already thinking positively to the birth of future children! All thanks to the hypnobirthing antenatal classes she attended with me teaching. What I also love is seeing the beautiful updates and daily discussions in the whatsapp group set up after the course – totally amazing finding out all about the amazing births and entry into parenting these mamas are having.

Hey everyone! I’d like to welcome to the world Xavier Jenson Hooper💙 he was born at 9:47am this morning, weighing 7lbs🥰 I went into hospital at 6:30am and when I got there my waters broke as soon as we got out of the car! No pain relief just breathing techniques!

I had a long latent labour and walked around the outlet centre and asda to get labour going. I Also bounced and did pelvic openings on the exercise ball.

This might be too much info but when I woke my mum up at 4 in the morning to run me a bath, I sat in the bath and kept getting out to try and poo!😂 my entire birth was spent begging to let me sit on the toilet and once I had a poo I’d be ok and they told me no so I told them fine I’m gonna go on the bed and so I started to try and push what I thought was a poo out, she had a look and then told me that his head was there😂 i thought my sons head was a big poo and I don’t think I’ll ever stop laughing about it 😂

With the group b strep we only decided to have the antibiotics after reading the book! It gave us more information about group b strep and we thought that it would be better to have them to minimise any risks that could’ve occurred. The course definitely played a huge part in the decisions I made while I was in labour. I was able to stay home for as long as possible and decide when I was ready, I was a lot more comfortable with speaking about how I felt and informing people of what I wanted. Before the course I was told I didn’t have a choice & that the antibiotics were a must, but after labour I felt happy that it was my choice completely! I can’t thank you enough for how helpful you & the course was for me & my mum. You made it possible for me to feel like I had a voice and an opinion and you made it easy for my mum to understand better & be the amazing advocate she was. I’m so proud to say that the hypnobirth course was a massive part of my amazing labour experience. Thank you for for all your support, information & advice!

Another second time mum birth (asked to keep name anonymous)

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