Calmbirth® is the only childbirth education program that requires all its educators to be practising midwives or trained birth professionals
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These can be such a powerful tool for birth. The confidence boost you might need when it all feels too much. Hearing those soft words whispered into your ear as you break between surges. Reassurance that you're doing it. The encouragement to surrender. A reminder to trust the process.
I was recommended the Calmbirth course by quite a few of my friends. The best testimony I received was from a male colleague of mine who found the course super helpful in supporting his wife during her labour. I was pregnant with my daughter in 2020 and due to the pandemic all the regular birth classes were no longer available but I still wanted hubby and I to feel prepared and ready for labour and birth. Like most people I was really anxious about giving birth because I heard a lot of stories from well meaning friends of when things didn’t go so well during their labour.
Denise Round is a midwife, Calmbirth Educator and so much more. Her passion about pregnancy, birth and beyond, has led her to having a career that has spanned across all fields of Midwifery, Child & Family Health, Lactation Consultancy, Education; as well as working with and supporting new families as they transition and grow into their role as parents. Denise says, "I believe that when a baby is born, so is a mother; and that this incredible transformation unfolds throughout birth . "When women and their partners are given the knowledge and understanding of how the mind and body are connected; and how they can access and work with their inner recourses, they approach birth free from fear, no matter how it unfolds. They can then work together physically, spiritually and emotionally to meet their baby ,and travel together through their right of passage into parenting with love and joy."