HypnoBirthing - The Mongan Method Education for Natural Childbirth
 
HypnoBirthing® FAQs
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What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a naturally induced state of relaxed concentration - a state of mind and body in which we communicate suggestions to our subconscious mind. This part of our mind influences what we think, how we feel, and the choices we make. It can actually control pain.
There is no magic to achieving success with self-hypnosis. Almost anyone who chooses to can reach deep relaxation and redirected focus.

How Does it Feel?
When having your baby with HypnoBirthing®, what you will experience is similar to the daydreaming or focusing that occurs when you are engrossed in a book or staring at a fire. You will be conversant and in good spirits - totally relaxed, but fully in control. You will be aware of your body’s contractions but will be able to determine the extent to which you feel the surge. You will experience your birthing in an atmosphere of calm and relaxation, without fear and tension that cause pain.
When it’s time for your baby to be born, you will be fully aware and involved.

When Should I Start Having Classes?
It is never too early or too late to attend classes. However, from 14 weeks onwards is when most women choose to start classes.

Does My Birthing Companion Have to Attend Classes?
Yes. Birthing companions are an essential part of HypnoBirthing® success. Either your partner, mother, friend or sister can be your birthing companion.

How Long Do Classes Take?
Approximately 12 hours in total.
Click here for HypnoBirthing Class outline Classes can be taken over a weekend, weekly evening classes (one class a week, for five weeks), or, if you choose to have private lessons in your own home, at days and times to suit you.

   
 

Suzanne Austen • HypnoBirthing® Practitioner • New Zealand • e: info@HypnoBirthing.co.nz

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