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


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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{ Bunbury Homebirth Event }

If you're interested in understanding why some parents choose to birth their babies at home rather than in a hospital, I'd love for you to come to this special screening of "Why Not Home", which is a documentary which tells the stories of doctors, nurses and midwives who chose to birth their babies at home.

How did these parents with inside knowledge of birth evaluate the evidence and make their decisions? Through the experiences of these parents, both at home and in the hospital, we gain unique insights into risk, safety, and the experience of childbirth.

And just in case you need some extra convincing (in case coming to this film and also spending the arvo with us isn't reason enough ;) ), it will be held at the Rose Hotel! We have a private space booked where, along with the film screening, we will also be offering food and drinks both during and after the film!

Tickets are $20 each (which includes food and drinks) and can be purchased here:


For more info, please feel free to contact myself (Janelle) , or Sashi, or Renae.

(aka Birth Circle Bunbury)

And please share this event with anyone you feel may be interested!

Thanks everyone! I'm really excited for this event! It's going to be such a nice arvo out.

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Why Not Home? Documentary Screening

Nov 6, 2:00pm

Rose Hotel

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