In the News

HypnoBirthing is often featured in magazines & on the news all over the world.  It has been featured on Channel 4’s “Richard and Judy” show (read more), Discovery Channel, BBC News, in Pregnancy & Birth (regularly), Time Magazine (March 2004),the Guardian, Telegraph, the Daily Mail and many others.

The NHS is so impressed with HypnoBirthing that they have conducted extensive trials.  It is now taught in many hospitals across the UK and the course is even subsidised in an increasing number of hospitals.  HypnoBirthing mums have faster births, need less attention and have far fewer interventions, therefore saving both time and money.  Offering courses is keeping both the health service and the patients happy.

A newsreporter puts HypnoBirthing to the test

Footballer Harry Kane supports HypnoBirthing

The Royal birth sparks a growing trend in Aus

HypnoBirthing on the rise in New Zealand

The secret to Kate Middleton’s effortless births

Pregnant women flocking to classes on self hypnosis births – The Guardian 18th August 2015

HypnoBirthing made my second labour like a dream – The Guardian 24th August 2015

Forget gas and air, give me a HypnoBirth – The Telegraph 2011

BBC World look at the NHS HypnoBirthing trials

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Have a look at these articles and clips so you can see that it really works!

Hypnobirthing Says Women Can Have Calm, Comfortable Births – abc eyewitness news September 2012

Midwives love Hypnobirthing!  See this article from the Magazine of The Royal College of Midwives 

How hypnosis helps women to give birth – NHS Local 2011

Is hypnobirthing the way to pain-free childbirth?   news.scotsman.com July 2012

Can HypnoBirthing really take the pain out of having a baby?  Daily Mail  3 October 2012

 

Every year thousands of mums have calm, beautiful births using the HypnoBirthing method, here is a clip of just one of them…

Oliver’s beautiful waterbirth HypnoBirth

NHS study tests the effectiveness of HypnoBirthing – BBC News  19 May 2011

 

 

For years the HypnoBirthing programme has advised to delay cord clamping after your baby is born. To clamp immediately after birth starves your baby of essential blood rich in iron and stem cells and oxygen. Many now believe this to be the prime reason for chronic childhood illness.  Finally the NHS in the UK is implementing this as standard procedure