Bunbury HypnoBirthing® Classes

Sundays 6pm-8.30pm:
2 Oct, 9 Oct, 16 Oct, 23 Oct, 30 Oct

Mondays 6pm-8.30pm:
7 Nov, 14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov, 5 Dec

Next HypnoMothering® Workshop: 16th Oct

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HypnoBirthing® in Bunbury and the South West… or anywhere in Australia!

HypnoBirthing® International (The Mongan Method)” is the original HypnoBirthing® program and the only course which has been written and endorsed by Marie Mongan herself.

When welcoming the newest member into your family, it’s important to understand your options when it comes to everything pregnancy, labour, birth and postpartum. It’s also important to understand how your birthing body works, so you can make choices about your birth which will help you achieve the type of birth you want, for the reasons you want them.

As a qualified HypnoBirthing® Practitioner, I offer both private and group HypnoBirthing® classes in Bunbury, Eaton, Dardanup and throughout the South West of WA, where I teach a well-thought-out program of birth education, which helps to prepare couples for birthing, both physically and mentally.

HypnoBirthing® returns to a woman the art of birthing in a way that allows her to summon her natural birthing instincts & birth her baby in safety & with ease.

Although I’m based near Bunbury, in the beautiful South West of WA, I also regularly travel all over Australia with my homeschool family and I teach HypnoBirthing® wherever I go. So if you’re not in the South West, don’t stress! Location isn’t an issue. I may be able to come to your town in my travels! Just contact me and I’ll let you know if/when I’ll be in your area! Or if there’s enough people wanting to learn HypnoBirthing® in your town, I may even be able to make a special detour to you, even if it wasn’t on my original plan. I love a good spontaneous adventure!

And for those who I can’t get to, and who don’t have an official HypnoBirthing® practitioner close by, I also offer private HypnoBirthing® classes via Skype! Nobody misses out.

There’s options for everyone. Find out more on my HypnoBirthing® Packages page, or enrol online!

 

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{ Upcoming Group HypnoBirthing® Course Dates }

Bunbury: Sundays at 6pm: 2 Oct, 9 Oct, 16 Oct, 23 Oct, 30 Oct 2016

Bunbury: Mondays at 6pm: 7 Nov, 14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov, 5 Dec 2016

Classes are limited to 3 couples.

 

{ Upcoming Group HypnoMothering® Course Dates }

Bunbury: Pregnant Mums: Sunday 16 October 2016 (2.30pm – 5.00pm)

Bunbury: New Mums: Sunday 16 October 2016 (10.00am – 12.30pm)

Classes are limited to 6 Mums.

 

Private classes and classes with friends can be booked any time.

If the above times/locations don’t suit you, please let me know!

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I’m a homeschooling Mum to four daughters, I’m a HypnoBirthing® Practitioner, Birth Doula, VBAC & VBA2C Mum, wife, friend, woman… and my blog is where I write a bit about everything relevant in my life.

There’s posts about birth, my birth stories, birth stories which have been written by other Mum’s who would like to share their experiences, birthy tips, affirmations. All sorts of birthy goodness.

And there’s posts about the other side of my life too. Homeschooling my four kids, parenting, life as a Mum, my random thoughts.

Feel free to have a read through the posts, comment and share if you like. And use the blog to delve into my world, just a little bit.

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Trust Breathe Birth - HypnoBirthing in Bunbury & Surrounds shared Monet Nicole - Birthing Stories's photo.

For many women in our society, when they think of labour and birth, they think if it as painful, messy, torture, gross.

Or they say sentences such as "I don't want to see that!", or "I don't want my partner to look, cos he'll never be attracted to me again!", or "All dignity goes out the window during birth".

The fact that our society has brainwashed women (and men!) to believe this, and caused them to believe that even just viewing a video of birth will make women freak out, and when men see it in person, it will cause them to never be attracted to his wife again, just by witnessing it... It's so sad.

There's popular phrases such as "too posh to push", and "I want to keep my vagina honeymoon fresh".

It's absolutely terrible that when thinking of birth, some women feel like it's not a very feminine thing to do. They feel they will "lose" something that makes them attractive as a woman.

I'm not saying anything bad about the women feeling this way. At all. I'm talking about how sad it is that SOCIETY has MADE them feel this way. I feel bad for the women who feel like this. I felt the same way up until only a few years ago. It's terrifying. I feel for these women. It's completely understandable that they feel this way considering our society's views on birth.

But please know that you CAN change how you feel about birth.

Our society is what's crazy.

Because that same society who has brainwashed women to think of birth like this, has changed the feeling about the word femininity too.

Look it up on Google and you get this description...

noun
the quality of being female; womanliness... "she celebrates her femininity by wearing make-up and high heels"

😳😳😳�
If the description is "the quality of being female; womanliness"... Shouldn't giving birth make you feel incredibly feminine?

I mean, what man can do that?

Men and women can be equal in many ways, but being pregnant and giving birth is something that men just can't do.

So women should feel EXTREMELY feminine when birthing. Womanly, strong, powerful... Feminine!!!

And this is true for however that birth happens - yes, surgical births ARE births! Don't let anyone tell you otherwise!

And if she has a partner who loves her and loves her "femininity", wouldn't he find the experience incredible to be able to witness too?

When you think of birth, if you think of words such as "pain", "endure", "pain-relief", "gross"...

I challenge you to purposely look at this photo and think of it in a different way...

Look at the strength this woman has in this moment.

Look how strong her partner is, as he supports her.

See how he's looking at her in awe, as her strength, her determination, her "femininity", is bared for all to see. The two of them... Her - incredibly powerful as she brings life into the world. Him - as her rock. He can support her and calm her like nobody else can. Both of them working together in the absolutely beautiful dance of birth.

*sigh*

Our society can stick its beliefs.

Birth is absolutely breathtaking. 💚💚💚

Janelle xx

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HypnoBirthing Practitioner & Birth Doula
www.trustbreathebirth.com.au
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And since we've long been taught that birth is painful...it's easy to forget that it's also powerful...

3 days ago

For many women in our society, when they think of labour and birth, they think if it as painful, messy, torture, gross. 

Or they say sentences such as I dont want to see that!, or I dont want my partner to look, cos hell never be attracted to me again!, or All dignity goes out the window during birth. 

The fact that our society has brainwashed women (and men!) to believe this, and caused them to believe that even just viewing a video of birth will make women freak out, and when men see it in person, it will cause them to never be attracted to his wife again, just by witnessing it... Its so sad.

Theres popular phrases such as too posh to push, and I want to keep my vagina honeymoon fresh. 

Its absolutely terrible that when thinking of birth, some women feel like its not a very feminine thing to do. They feel they will lose something that makes them attractive as a woman. 

Im not saying anything bad about the women feeling this way. At all. Im talking about how sad it is that SOCIETY has MADE them feel this way. I feel bad for the women who feel like this. I felt the same way up until only a few years ago. Its terrifying. I feel for these women. Its completely understandable that they feel this way considering our societys views on birth. 

But please know that you CAN change how you feel about birth. 

Our society is whats crazy. 

Because that same society who has brainwashed women to think of birth like this, has changed the feeling about the word femininity too. 

Look it up on Google and you get this description... 

noun
the quality of being female; womanliness... she celebrates her femininity by wearing make-up and high heels

😳😳😳�
If the description is the quality of being female; womanliness... Shouldnt giving birth make you feel incredibly feminine?

I mean, what man can do that?

Men and women can be equal in many ways, but being pregnant and giving birth is something that men just cant do. 

So women should feel EXTREMELY feminine when birthing. Womanly, strong, powerful... Feminine!!!

And this is true for however that birth happens - yes, surgical births ARE births! Dont let anyone tell you otherwise!

And if she has a partner who loves her and loves her femininity, wouldnt he find the experience incredible to be able to witness too? 

When you think of birth, if you think of words such as pain, endure, pain-relief, gross...

I challenge you to purposely look at this photo and think of it in a different way... 

Look at the strength this woman has in this moment. 

Look how strong her partner is, as he supports her. 

See how hes looking at her in awe, as her strength, her determination, her femininity, is bared for all to see. The two of them... Her - incredibly powerful as she brings life into the world. Him - as her rock. He can support her and calm her like nobody else can. Both of them working together in the absolutely beautiful dance of birth. 

*sigh*

Our society can stick its beliefs. 

Birth is absolutely breathtaking. 💚💚💚

Janelle xx

.......................

HypnoBirthing Practitioner & Birth Doula 
www.trustbreathebirth.com.au

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Lisa NeillLove this pic! So beautiful and powerful! 👌💖💖💖

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Trust Breathe Birth - HypnoBirthing in Bunbury & Surrounds shared their event.

Are you pregnant and due in Jan/Feb? I have 2 wonderful couples already signed up for my next group HypnoBirthing course, which starts in October. This means I only have space for one more couple in that class!

The other couples in the class are due around Jan/Feb, so I think it would be the perfect class for another couple due around then too, since you seem to end up with such a special bond when you do the course with couples who have babies around the same time :)

However it is of course, open to anyone who would like to do the course :)

A timetable of all my upcoming courses is available to view on my website if these dates don't suit.

And if none of the scheduled dates suit, let me know because I'm scheduling new classes all the time and I'm happy to do my best to work in with your schedule!

Please feel free to share this event around with your friends!

Thanks everyone!

Janelle Ashmore xx

www.trustbreathebirth.com.au
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