Comfortable Childbirth With Hypnosis
The term "natural childbirth" first appeared on my radar screen in 1963 while working on a college sociology project. I read two books by British obstetrician Grantly Dick-Read. He developed his revolutionary approach using education, reassurance, and muscle relaxation, but no hypnosis. He believed that by releasing the fear-tension-pain syndrome normally associated with giving birth, a woman's muscles could relax and facilitate a comfortable birthing process. It was the Russians, led by Pavlov and Velvovsky, who researched hypnosis to manage childbirth pain and used it extensively in the first half of the 20th century. Today, there are many groups that promote hypnosis for birthing, although success can probably be better achieved in individual sessions
Just three Comfortable Childbirth sessions at Hypno-Health can help a woman:
- Understand how it's possible to have a natural, comfortable birth experience.
- Overcome the fear-tension-pain syndrome so often associated with birthing.
- Trust her own natural birthing instincts.
- Create and reinforce a positive, confident attitude about peaceful childbirth.
- Learn how to enter self-hypnosis, whenever wanted or needed.
- Program her mind and body for success.
- Empower herself to be confident, capable, comfortable and in control.
- Enjoy a comfortable, peaceful, relaxed, natural, joyous birth experience.
A woman interested in a pain free childbirth experience came to Hypno-Health for three sessions. She released all habitual expectations about birthing being difficult and painful and created her own positive expectation of giving birth easily, comfortably, naturally, and free of pain. Three months later she said:
"I was in labor 30 hours with my first child. This one was just 3 hours total. It was very fast, easy, comfortable and enjoyable."
Contact Info (map)
- Hugh Sadlier
- 15 Sky View Drive
- Cumberland Foreside, Maine 04110
- Phone: 207-773-5200
The services I offer are a form of motivational coaching, combined with instruction in self-hypnosis. Results may vary from person to person and no individual result, statement or testimonial should be assumed to be typical.