“I began researching epidurals and other medical interventions in an effort to calm my fears, but I discovered there were far more potential risks involved than I had realized,” she tells me. “I changed my approach to researching childbirth techniques that could help me minimize discomfort and my need for medical interventions.”
Hypnobabies in the News
The “eyes-open hypnosis” approach allows expectant mothers to move around, communicate and change birthing positions while in hypnosis, Anthofer said. http://carrollspaper.com/Content/Local-News-Archive/Local-News/Article/-Hypnobabies-class-offered-for-expectant-mothers/1/1/22511
Hypnobabies has also been featured in many other places in the pregnancy and birthing community; here are a few of them:
“Several “coincidences” occurred four years ago that led to Readyville’s Amanda Johnson having two young sons, giving birth to them using self-hypnosis instead of anesthesia, and teaching workshops on the Hypnobabies technique for other expectant mothers.” http://www.murfreesboropost.com/remarkable-rutherford-woman-having-babies-the-easy-way-without-anesthesia-cms-4437
“Hypnobabies uses self-hypnosis, similar to what people use for medical hypno-anesthesia for people who cannot use pain medication,” said Baker, who began teaching Hypnobabies classes in 2014 after using its techniques to have her second child. “So this is not just guided imagery or visualization.”
After using Hypnobabies techniques to labor in relaxed fashion at home for much of the day, Buckley recalled how her calm demeanor baffled professionals who checked her into the hospital. Her third son was born half an hour later, and Buckley described the whole experience as amazing.
I Hypnotized Myself During Labor, and It Was the Best Thing I’ve Ever Done By Hypno-mom Caitlyn Doenges
A few moments before sunrise, I said, “Something’s coming out,” and a few pushes later, my little man was in my arms. We went home the next morning and I was out trying our new double stroller 48 hours after giving birth. To me, this was unheard of — I didn’t comfortably leave the house for weeks after my first baby. It was an awesome experience, one that could actually make me desire to do it again. I had done hypnosis on myself. I remember calling my friend who used Hypnobabies a badass, and after that amazing early morning in July, I feel like one too.
See what it is like to take a Hypnobabies Class! A peek inside 2 different classes and what some of the students have to say.
By Khaya Caine
So excited to see this great article with videos & photos! We love that more & more expectant moms are having easier, more comfortable birth.
Hypnobabies is a complete childbirth education course that teaches much more than deep relaxation and breathing for childbirth. “We teach somnambulistic, medical-grade hypnosis techniques that help lessen and sometimes eliminate discomfort from birthing sensations,” Kerry said.”
So exciting to see another beautiful article written about Hypnobabies!
Birth Hypnosis – Does it Really Lessen the Pain?
By Hannah Crews
“We thought it would be interesting for you moms to read about our birth hypnosis experiences with Hypnobabies, explain how it works, and why we will never have another baby without this program by our side!”
Kerry Tuschhoff speaks about how Hypnobabies is uniquely made for mothers to have everything to prepare them for birth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U72WEQ6ncmE&t=3s
How to Prepare Your Mind and Body for Childbirth
by Nina Spears
Great Podcast with the one and only Kerry Tuschhoff & Nina Spears of Baby Chick- When it comes to your birthing time and childbirth, most of it has to do with your mind and what you do with your body than anything else. The better state you are in mentally, keeping calm and relaxed through your birthing time, the more your body will remain limp and loose which can help speed birth. But how can you prepare your mind and body for birthing? There are several things that you can do. Listen HERE
Kim Gross is our Hypnobabies Vice President, an experienced doula and Hypno-Doula, a student of midwifery, and teaches Hypnobabies Childbirth Hypnosis (complete childbirth education) Classes in Huntington Beach and Long Beach, CA http://www.serenebirths.com/
Have you ever wondered if hypnosis might be a useful tool for your labor support toolbox? Many women use hypnosis as a way to manage with the pressures of birth and there are tons of programs to choose from (many choices!). Kelley Keenan of Hypnobabies Boston is sharing how hypnosis works as pain relief for birth. We are diving into the role that mindset and training your brain has on your birth experience and what you can do to harness the power of hypnosis. Listen to what Kelley has to say HERE https://tranquilitytribepodcast.podbean.com/e/using-hypnosis-in-labor-with-kelley-keenan/
In the most recent episode of The Reminder Remedy, Alena chats with her Hypnobabies instructor Stephanie Banguilan.
Alena shared in episode 012 during her birthing story how Hypnobabies was a game changer for having an unmedicated vaginal delivery. Learn all about this fascinating birthing tool on this episode. Listen to this episode HERE
What is hypnosis? How can it help in childbirth?
By Kerry Tuschhoff, HCHI, CHt, CI
Actress Christine Wawira shares her experience of using Hypnobabies for her birth.
Sat down with my friends over at Exploring The Human Journey and one of the many things we talked about was my initiative ZenBirth With Wawira. I get certified to teach hypnotherapy/ hypnosis for childbirth next month and I’m so excited to be able to finally share this method of painless childbirth with women in Kenya and all over the world. Please follow on Instagram www.instagram.com/zenbirthwithwawira (I have some awesome mind blowing, peaceful birth videos on there ☺️)The course I will be teaching is www.hypnobabies.comHow it works https://www.hypnobabies.com/how-does-it-work/Full interview: https://youtu.be/Y-Way__Xu5U
Posted by Christine Wawira on Tuesday, March 12, 2019