The Birth Whisperer - Your guide to a better birth

Amazing ‘Twin-Lotus-C-section’ Birth Story

What happens if you want a totally natural birth, and then a few weeks beforehand you find out that it just ain’t going to happen. For many reasons, women discover that ‘au natural’ is out and surgery is how their sweet baby is going to enter the world.

Some mothers are able to easily adjust their expectations and take the new plan in their stride, especially if the safety of their baby is truly at risk. But many women find it hard to transition to a birth plan that has taken birth dreams and thrown them out the window.
If you can relate to this scenario, or if you are interested in having an empowering surgical birth, or having an empowering birth full-stop, this interview is for you.

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12 tips for having a good birth

How can you ‘be good at giving birth’?  Does birth just come naturally for some people, or are there things you can do to boost your chances of having ‘a good one’?

Midwives are in the special position of supporting women to give birth. In this chat with my fabulous sister Monica, an Australian midwife, you will learn 12 ways ways to optimise your capacity to help your body give birth gently and normally.

Of course, there is never a guarantee that your baby’s birth will be exactly what you dream it to be. But when you take on the experience based wisdom that Monica shares, you will move yourself closer in the birthing direction you wish to go.

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‘I laughed as I gave birth to my baby’

Sometimes a birth story can make you feel inspired and invincible, even if you’re not about to give birth!  This is one of those  stories. If you are interested in transforming your perception of labour pain, why a woman might feel safe birthing at home and how to have a more joyous birth, sit back and enjoy this precious offering.

In this interview you will find out why Jenni decided to birth two babies at home, what she did to prepare for birth, why she felt her births were pain-free, and how she breathed life into her newborn.
FYI, I made this Skype video pre updated technology, so it’s a bit jumpy. Hang about… it’s worth it!

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