Prenatal Birth Preparation Half Day Course Friendly and informative, this Sunday session will provide an overview and practical techniques to support a confident and calm birth. Be well informed, and discover a toolkit of best practices that are drawn from the best of Active Birth, Hypno-birthing and Pregnancy Yoga to support you through the calmest and most positive birthing experience possible for you.
Vivien is a pregnancy and birthing expert. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and vast experience based on best practices from Active Birth, Hypnobirthing and Pregnancy Yoga.
You can come on your own or with your birthing partner and gain a breadth of knowledge to support you have the best birth experience possible. Vivien has supported thousands of women towards child birth and beyond and remains committed to helping every woman have the best child birth possible for her.
The workshops will include, an overview of labour and what to expect, birth positions, relaxation techniques, natural pain relief, mental preparation to remove anxiety and fear, and much more. Her prenatal and post-natal expertise will give you confidence towards the best birth you can possibly have. Feel ready, supported, and know what to expect and how to navigate the unexpected. She will provide handouts to take home and practice further, and support you through discussion through each topic.
This shorter course is an overview of the fuller courses which due to our client requests and their time constraints we have re-introduced. The briefer course is complimentary to Vivien's birth preparation and pregnancy yoga classes. In her classes you will have more time to practice the techniques and themes explored in more depth. Vivien's classes are on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings at YogaSpace (class info here > )..
Great at any stage of pregnancy past 13 weeks and birthing partners are very welcome to join in but not essential. Late stage pregnancy welcome to come along too, its never too late to prepare yourself better. Booking is essential as spaces are limited.