Posts Tagged ‘active birth’

Change Is In The Air!

  Dear friends, clients and colleagues   This is to let you know that the Active Birth Centre is taking a new direction. After lockdown we are no longer going to have premises at Bickerton House and instead we are developing some really amazing online opportunities to access our programme of birth preparation with Janet

Melissa’s Birth Story: A beautiful Active Birth during lockdown

Melissa had an empowered Active Birth earlier in April, and we’re absolutely thrilled for her and her lovely family!  She shared her story in an email… — We welcomed our baby girl into the world at 2.50am, some hours after I had spoken to Janet the previous evening. We arrived at the hospital after my

Great Feedback From Our Online Classes!

We’ve received some wonderful comments about our online Pregnancy Yoga classes! Here are a few of our favourites…   What an absolutely fantastic class – thank you so much! I really felt like I was in the room with you.”   “Thank you so much for last night. It was wonderful and so needed. Being

Would You Make A Great Active Birth Teacher?

Do you love connecting with people, and would you like to inspire them for a life changing experience as they prepare for one of the most important events in their lives?   Giving them an understanding of the amazing physiological processes of birth, and how to take charge of the experience, can make all the

Relaxing During Early Labour

Here are three ways to relax in early labour: It’s helpful  to conserve your energy before the intensity  builds up – especially if labour starts at night. Rest and even sleep between contractions lying on your left side, with your upper body well supported… …or kneel over a ball, onto a comfy pillow. If you

Rachel’s Birth Story: Quick, Calm & In Control

I just wanted to let you know that we welcomed another boy to our family in December, weighing 3.6kg! The early hours of the morning he arrived were slightly unsettled with many trips to the bathroom and a bit of back ache (which I initially put down to having spent so much time in bed

Exercises To Help Your Breech Baby Turn

If your baby is breech around 34 weeks (head under your ribs rather than above the pelvis) you may want to know what you can do to encourage baby to turn head-down before the birth. NB: You should only start doing these exercises at 34+ weeks, and only if breech position has been confirmed by

Active Birth: The Next Generation

Lara’s very first encounter with Janet Balaskas and Active Birth was when she was born! Her mother, Jackie, had attended Janet’s pregnancy yoga classes, and Janet was there to help during Lara’s birth – which went beautifully. Fast forward 38 years and Lara is expecting her first baby. Of course her mum recommended Active Birth,

Haru’s Birth Story – Preparation Makes All The Difference

I wanted to let you know that our daughter was born swiftly and safely, and I also want to say a huge thank you as the preparation I did in your yoga classes and Hypnobirthing for Active Birth course was invaluable. My water broke naturally only one day before my due date, and my labour

World Breastfeeding Week 2019 – “Empower Parents, Enable Breastfeeding”

Breastfeeding Week is a time for us to think as a society about how we can support new mothers & their families better. Part of that support is helping women feed their babies, and we know that where women receive help from family members in the early weeks and months there is an impact on

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