Making sounds during labour helps you to shift your consciousness into a deeper, calmer state of mind thus optimising your birthing hormones helping you labour more efficiently.
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The skills I learnt in the Calmbirth classes were invaluable and truly prepared me for my birth. I was able to stay at home and manage my contractions calmly from 6pm on Saturday night until we arrived at the hospital at 7am on Sunday morning. Rosie was born in two hours. Read more https://bit.ly/2Sb5cRF.
Pipers birth was even more magical than we could ever have wished for, Sam was of course AMAZING! His support through language and his confidence in how he could support me physically made all the difference. Read more https://bit.ly/2PS7T8G
I appreciated the very last calm birth track about visualising the birth. I still think this helped encourage Frida to start her journey spontaneously! (We were scheduled for a stretch and sweep the next day!). Read more https://bit.ly/2T3khEV
I had a great birthing experience. When I tell other mums this, they often say “you were lucky”. But I don’t think it was pure luck that helped me have a relaxed labour and problem free delivery. I had simply prepared myself well to deal with the experience. Read more https://bit.ly/2ColjWl