What is Hypnobabies?

What is hypnosis?

It is important to first understand what hypnosis is.

Many people think hypnosis is like the stage hypnosis shows they’ve seen where people seem to be unable to control themselves, act goofy and provide entertainment for the audience.”  — Hypnotherapist, Scott Sandland

Hypnosis is actually a natural and relaxed state of mind. We enter this state naturally everyday. Some examples include:

  • Driving the car
  • Watching T.V. or a movie or another screen
  • Being bored by another person
  • Day dreaming
  • Vacuuming
  • Riding in an elevator
  • Waking up and going to sleep

All hypnosis is self-hypnosis! You are in control.

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What is Hypnobabies?

Hypnobabies is a 6 week complete childbirth education program. Each class is about 3 hours. Expectant mothers use our Hypnobabies Workbook, audio tracks and hypnosis scripts to re-train their subconscious minds that contractions in labor will be perceived by their body as pressure or a squeezing-type sensations, and/or pushing, pulling and normal baby movement sensations. With the use of real, medical-grade hypnosis and the type of hypnotic compounding (repetition) that our Hypnobabies students learn, practice and use during labor, normal birthing sensations can easily be transformed into pleasurable ones. Our Hypno-moms are also fully in tune with their babies during the birthing process, and as aware of everything around them as they’d like to be, easily able to communicate with their support team, and completely in charge of their own birth experience.

Including a very comprehensive childbirth education curriculum also ensures that our Hypno-moms remain deeply committed to their Hypnobabies training, since they need not go anywhere else for childbirth education. Other natural childbirth classes are wonderful, but many teach “pain-coping”, and “pain-management”, which is directly in opposition to our Hypnobabies suggestions that encourage an easier, more comfortable, joyful childbirth.

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