Calmbirth® is the only childbirth education program that requires all its educators to be practising midwives or trained birth professionals
UPCOMING COURSE DATES
CAMDEN - One Big Heart Yoga Studio, Camden
4th & 11th August 2019
22nd & 29th September 2019
3rd & 10th November 2019
Please book via Calmbirth with Jessica
MITTAGONG - Calmbirth
17th & 18th August 2019
7th & 8th September 2019
19th & 20th October 2019
16th & 17th November 2019
30th November & 1st December 2019
Please book via Southern Highlands Calmbirth
Jessica is a currently practicing Registered Midwife, a Registered Nurse specialising in Paediatrics and a Calmbirth Educator for Calmbirth Mittagong, as well as through her own practice ‘Calmbirth with Jessica Cuneo’.
“I have always had a passion for women and birth, and strongly believe that pregnancy and birth are pivotal moments within a women’s life. A woman’s experiences of birth, how she felt and how she was supported can affect many areas of life and motherhood. I feel this applies to partners too”
Working as a Registered Midwife in a busy Birthing Unit, Jessica found herself struggling to encourage and empower women who feared labour and birth, to trust in their body’s ability to birth their baby.
Her own experience of pregnancy, led he to further her knowledge to achieve her own, calm and empowering birth. Jessica and her husband attended the Calmbirth program, and loved that Calmbirth was evidence based and practical.
“Calmbirth is the information so many couples are missing to quell the cultural fear and anxiety of birth! I believe when couples understand the physiology and psychology of birth, fear is eliminated and confidence flows”
Returning to work after her son, Jessica vowed to become a Calmbirth Educator to share the invaluable knowledge and practical tools Calmbirth provides. “Teaching Calmbirth really comes from my heart. I truly believe with the right information and mindset, all couples can experience an empowering labour and birth.”
“I love that I get to be apart of such a vital shift in the culture of birth”