You may have been wondering why it has been a little quiet recently within the Birth Download camp, well this is the reason. We have been busy beavering away on a new product for mums and their birth companions to help them discover how to use the power of their body and mind to birth in a calm, relaxed and controlled way.
If you are interested in learning techniques to enable you and your birth partner to be in total control of your birth day and to tap into your own natural pain relief to allow you to birth in the most natural way possible with a minimum of intervention then this message is for you.
If you are anything like me when I became pregnant I suddenly started to worry about what labor would be like. How painful would it be? Would I cope? Would I tear? Would it put me off ever having children again?! Then, to make matters worse, I found that other women were only too happy to share their "horror stories" with me and, although their intentions were to probably to help me prepare for what they believed was to come, I started to truly believe that pain and trauma were inevitable. These kind of stories are everywhere - TV, radio, magazines, the internet... it seemed like everywhere I turned there was another story of a long painful birth. As well as all of this my birth companion wanted to make sure that he played as big a part as possible in the birth of our baby and not just stand on the side lines until the whole thing was over.
This is where our search for something different began. The Psychology of Giving Birth Programme is the result of that search:
The Psychology of Giving Birth Programme
Here's a sneak peak at what you'll discover in "The Psychology of Giving Birth":
- Techniques to enable you to have a clear view of what you want your birth experience to be like
- Discover visualisation skills and breathing techniques to stay relaxed throughout birth
- Learn how to prevent the risk of tearing
- How to work with your contractions and minimise any discomfort
- The little known secret to be able to control any fear or anxiety which may creep in
- The very best ways to have a birth companion who is completely prepared and knows how to really help
- How to minimise the risk of intervention
- Learn to go within and listen to your body
- How to look forward to your birth day
And that's just a fraction of what you'll find in the "The Psychology of Giving Birth Programme". Not only that but for a short period of time you will get a number of bonus modules as well.
Take the first steps towards a calm and gentle birth today and check out the The Psychology of Giving Birth Programme.
As always, wishing you a wonderful birth day