Natural Birth Coaching and Hypnobirthing


The best way to get prepared for your delivery is to do some natural pain management techniques before the big day. Try techniques like reflexology, massage therapy, relaxation exercises, breathing exercises, and aromatherapy. Practice them over until you find what works best for you. There’s no better way to learn than by doing it yourself. Once you’ve found what works best for you, stick to it! Natural pain management techniques can help you avoid the use of drugs and improve your overall health.

Angie O’Tool

Angie O’Tool is a mom, entrepreneur, and certified natural childbirth coach. In her spare time, she enjoys family walks, drinking matcha, and painting with water colors. She also spends time with her husband starting his own businesses and volunteering in the community. Angie has been a doTERRA member for years, and she loves serving people through the healing power of essential oils. You can find out more about her background here.

Hypnobirthing

Hypnobirthing is a popular natural birth coaching technique that teaches expecting mothers to use self-hypnosis techniques during labor. Through hypnosis, pregnant women learn how to combat fear and pain during labor, which are common during labor. This technique has helped many women deliver their babies without pain or fear, and is a great option for first-time moms. Hypnobirthing techniques are based on proven methods and are very effective for women experiencing difficult labors.

Lamaze

The focus of Lamaze natural birth coaching is the early newborn period, which has a profound influence on the new mother’s parenting. The research behind the philosophy is clear: keeping a mother and baby together from the beginning is essential for healthy development. Keeping mom and baby close at birth, breastfeeding, and understanding their needs are also essential. A Lamaze class will teach you how to support your partner during labor and the postpartum period.

Hypnobirthing classes

If you’re interested in achieving a positive birth experience, consider taking a Hypnobirthing class or seeking natural birth coaching. Hypnobirthing courses are self-paced and can be completed in as little as a weekend. These classes are taught by Kathryn Clark, author of the popular HypnoBirthing Manual and host of the popular HypnoBid podcast. She is also a Certified HypnoBirthing Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Pregnancy and Birth Counselor, and proud mom of twins.

Doulas

Doulas for natural birth coaching can be used to help a mother through her pregnancy and birth. While the role of a doula is similar to a midwife’s, they are not medical professionals and are not allowed to administer pain killers or order an epidural. Rather, they provide emotional support and encouragement to the expecting mother and her partners. They are also qualified to assist with birthing, breastfeeding, and postpartum care.

Birth plan

Having a birth plan is important. Even if your birth coach has advised you on how to deliver your baby, it is still a good idea to write it down so you can refer to it at a later time. Your birth plan is not a binding agreement, and should be revised as labor progresses. It is best to approach it like a strategy and not as an outcome. This way, you can stay calm and relaxed throughout the entire process.