Annie’s Blog

Welcome to the birth of my blog

Let me share with you through my blogs what happens when couples attend a Hypnobirthing®course.  Hypnobirthing® has been going for a long time, but you are probably unsure what it entails, or whether to be sceptical- (but have a look at the comments on the testimonial page.) Some of these couples were also sceptical at the beginning  (well their partners were!) but by the end of the first session they were totally convinced, and the results during labour speak for themselves.

Let me allay your fears as you make the journey from being a couple into becoming a family, (or adding to your family). Is there anything you want me to blog about? I appreciate your comments… I am listening…

 

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Fresh bread…

Fresh bread…

It has been a busy few weeks. New skills learnt on inspirational courses with people who really want to make a difference to people whose births have not been as fulfilling as expected. That was down in London when I was wearing my lovely new green coat. Back home now and this week has been… Read more

Birth Trauma.

Birth Trauma.

I needed a new skill set, and had been considering going deeper into how to help someone who had the birth they didn’t expect or want.I had found a two day course in London and although I would have to travel, I felt it was worth the effort and expense. These two days were an… Read more

Smoke on the line.

Smoke on the line.

I am sitting on the 7.33 am train to Birmingham New Street. Time to update and refresh my skills. Plus, this study day qualifies for x hours of participatory learning. Ideal for my next revalidation in three years time. The train is pretty full and lots of people are set for a day of shopping… Read more

Green Coat, Pink Scarf Combo.

Green Coat, Pink Scarf Combo.

It’s 9.10am and I am late and completely LOST.It seems that everyone I ask for directions doesn’t speak english. On a whim, I cross the road and apprehend a woman who is wearing a pink coat. “Excuse me”, I say, “Can you help me? I am Annie, I am a midwife and I am going… Read more

Sign of the times.

Sign of the times.

Today was rather poignant, and indeed very special. How so? Well, this was the day that i had to say “Thank you, and au revoir” to my Supervisor of Midwives. Supervision for midwives, as we know it, will be abolished as from March 30th and I for one, will be very sorry to see the… Read more

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